Eva Residences balcony
Eva Residences Balcony (Project Render). Source: Image supplied.
  • Homecorp will launch Eve Residences
  • $150 million, 25-level residents only tower
  • Development designed by architecture firm DBI

Gold Coast development company Homecorp is set to embark on its next high-rise apartment tower in the Broadwater’s prestigious Golden Mile.

Having delivered more than $1.5 billion in residential developments since 2004, the company will now launch Eve Residences – a $150 million, 25-level residents only tower aimed at providing a waterfront lifestyle on the central Gold Coast.

The residences have been designed by award-winning architecture firm DBI, which has had more than four decades of experience designing luxury developments in the Gold Coast.

“The Golden Mile is The Broadwater’s most exclusive waterfront address and our vision for Eve Residences will take it to a new level with a focus on lifestyle and wellbeing creating contemporary 21st Century living spaces,” said Mark Jewell, Homecorp Marketing Consultant.

“At the moment, all roads are leading to the Gold Coast for investors, families and downsizers and we are bringing an affordable luxury product that will be extremely competitive in the local market.

“Homecorp Property Group’s uncompromising focus is on providing high quality, well-designed modern waterfront apartments, where supply on the Gold Coast is low.”

Eve Residences will comprise 86 two-bedroom apartments, 51 three-bedroom apartments, 16 sub-penthouses and two uber luxurious penthouses. The development will also feature a 25-metre lap pool and spa, barbeque and alfresco dining areas.

Eva Residences living room
Eve Residences Living Room (Project Render). Source: Image supplied.
Eva Residences pool
Eve Residences Pool (Project Render). Source: Image supplied.

The development site – located at 180 Marine Parade – has an existing approval for a 21-storey tower, but Homecorp is currently seeking to add four additional floors.

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