- New York-inspired apartment project is set to be built on Chevron Island, Surfers Paradise
- Design inspired by the iconic Flatiron building in New York City
- The 15-level 'Greenwich' project will house 48 apartments
A New York-inspired apartment project is set to be built in the ‘arts and culture district’ of Chevron Island, in Surfers Paradise.
Brisbane developer Ention Properties unveiled plans today for ‘Greenwich’, a luxury boutique apartment collection in a corner parcel of land at the junction of Aruma and Anembo Streets.
Reminiscent of the iconic Flatiron building, a modified development application (DA) has been lodged with the council.
“We envisage a majority of owner-occupiers buying with 75% of the building being three bedrooms creating a vertical community crowned by a roof top with multi-zoned amenity, allowing owners to come together or have private break out spaces.”
Todd Matheson, Associate Director of KM Sales and Marketing
The 3-bedroom range will be accompanied by a collection of 2-bedroom units and a single exclusive 4-bedroom unit.
Ention founding director Trent Thoroughgood said Greenwich would inject the island with a New York ambience emanating from design features reflective of the city’s distinctive architecture and art scene.
“As the project has evolved our discussion always came back to two things, a New York/Arts Vibe located across from a beautiful leafy green park and the sophisticated architectural facade elevating the Gold Coast to a mature city,” he said.
The distinctive arched floor to ceiling windows will provide uninterrupted park views to the south, 270-degree views over the Nerang river to the south, west and north, and hinterland views to the west.
Atop the tower will sit a yoga lawn and rooftop pool offering views over the city skyline and riverway.