- DA covers 12-storey apartment building
- Consists of full-level apartments plus a two-storey penthouse
- Set to feature one of the largest artworks for a private development in Australia
S&S Projects, led by Brisbane developer Paul Gedoun, has secured development approval for its Coolangatta Awaken Residences.
The luxury apartment development will rise 12 storeys at 275 Boundary Street, about a block away from sister project Flow Residences, which is due for completion next year. The project sold out in just four months during the pandemic-induced lockdown, with an average price tag of around $3.5 million per apartment.
The apartment building will feature whole-floor luxurious apartments topped off with a two-storey penthouse. Residents will have views of the surrounding coastline across the Queensland-New South Wales border.
Mr Gedoun, whose S&S Projects purchased the Coolangatta site for $8 million, says he believes the development site is one of the best along the eastern seaboard and hopes to create something special given the success of Flow Residences.
“Our last development was well oversubscribed with buyers and no doubt a lot of those people who missed out will be looking to secure a place in Awaken Residences,” said Mr Gedoun.
“These are discerning buyers and there will be no compromise with our second development at Coolangatta.”
“We’re looking to bring some of the same elements that attracted so many buyers to Flow Residences into this new project, all with an eye on relaxed coastal living which is what the southern Gold Coast beaches are all about.”
Paul Gedoun, S&S Projects
One of the largest artworks ever commissioned for a private development in Australia will also feature at Awaken Residences – in fact, it will occupy up to 200 sqm of the building’s eastern façade.
“This has never been done on the Gold Coast on this scale before where the built form provides a blank canvas that will deliver a superb cultural focal point for the community to enjoy.”