- Chalk tower will feature 99 luxury apartments, with floor plans including two to four bedrooms
- To be developed by Gallery Group in collaboration with Raunik Design and Hutchinson Builders
- Spaciousness is central to Chalk's design, which draws inspiration from modern deco and coastal themes
Australian real estate developer Gallery Group has received approval from the Gold Coast City Council to build a 36-storey residential tower in Surfers Paradise.
Surf Parade in Broadbeach will soon become home to the $290 million ‘Chalk’ tower, with construction scheduled to begin this year by Hutchinson Builders.
Gallery Group have engaged local architectural firm Raunik Design to prepare plans for the luxury modern deco and coastal inspired apartment building.
Spaciousness at the heart of the luxurious design
With an objective to “elevate apartment grandiosity to a level never seen before on the Gold Coast”, the Chalk tower will not contain a single one-bedroom apartment.
Instead the 36-storey tower will comprise exclusively of 99 high-end two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments.
From the 31st floor and above, these levels will be reserved for an ultra-exclusive collection of sub penthouses topped by an opulent penthouse.
Adam Barclay, CEO of Gallery Group said the Group are pleased to have received the green light from local council and are eagerly awaiting the introduction of “a new calibre of apartment living” to the Gold Coast market.
“Chalk on Surf Parade represents a unique residential living environment situated in the most perfect coastal location on the Gold Coast.”
Adam Barclay, CEO Gallery Group
Central to the design of the apartments at Chalk is the value of space, with the residences offering an expansive average floor plan of 249.69 sqm.
“We wanted to deliver a level of spaciousness and open plan living that is typically unheard of in apartment living,” Mr Barclay explained.
“Each residence is generous in proportions and specifically catered for residents craving light and space whilst delivering on expectations of world class quality and craftsmanship.”
A significant portion of the residences at Chalk will be three-bedroom apartments spanning in excess of 200 sqm, and 36 of these will be from 275 sqm to over 300 sqm.
Mr Barclay described the Chalk residences as a home for owners to fully immerse themselves in, rather than an apartment to simply visit or stay in.
“To put this size into perspective, the average Australian home is 235 sqm – which are now the largest homes in the world. The average size of a Chalk apartment is considerable 249.59 sqm, underlining the rarity of these elevated homes of scale and presence set in the sky,” Mr Barclay concluded.
Exclusive access to first-rate amenities
Prices for a three-bedroom sky home on level six and above began at $2 million, while a larger residence of 291 sqm from level 19 and above will set buyers back $3.6 million or more.
Two-bedroom apartments, with a floor plan of up to 199 sqm, begin at $971,000 and offer residents views towards Broadbeach.
Located on lots 203-211 on Surf Parade, residents at Chalk tower will be a short 150m walk to the beachfront and enjoy walking access to the plethora of amenities located within Broadbeach and Surfers Paradise.
Despite ease of access to the many drawcards of Broadbeach, residents will not have to venture far to enjoy the luxury of an exclusive residents only amenities floor.
The private floor features a gym with a steam room, outdoor yoga, and a spectacular pool deck which includes a swimming pool, spa, BBQs, teppanyaki bars, fire pit and cabanas.
With flexible working arrangements rising in popularity, residents can also take advantage of a fully equipped business centre including workstations, a boardroom and an on-site cafe.