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  • Co-working space to serve entrepreneurial residents
  • Paradiso Place is a $800M, three tower development
  • The co-working space spans 2,900 square metres

Amidst the Gold Coast building boom, builders began their best beguines to bring in buyers by the baker’s dozen.

As if Artie Shaw himself was there to put a swinging nuance on market, the latest addition to the Gold Coast skyline will include a 26th-floor co-working space for residents of Paradiso Place at Surfers Paradise.

SPG Land recently unveiled its concept for Tower 1 of the three-tower mixed-use residential development, with the co-working space to occupy all 2,900 square metres of the twenty-sixth floor.

Paradiso Place Coffee Emporium on the 26th Level full-floor co-working space
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Designed by Studio Carter, the co-working space will be completely enveloped by views of both the ocean and hinterland, viewed through 4.25-metre floor to ceiling windows.

TOTAL Property Group Managing Director and Paradiso Place Marketing Manager Adrian Parsons said the development had received considerable interest from business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals.

“[They] can see themselves waking up in their … apartment … go for a walk or run along the beach, use the onsite gym, then conveniently head to work in a state-of-the-art co-working space within their own building, giving them the opportunity to separate their home and work life.”

Paradise Place 26th Level full-floor co-working space - Coffee_Emporium in Tower 1
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Graham Goldman from Eastview Australia, SPG Land’s appointed project manager, said:

“It is exciting to think about the entrepreneurial business community we are creating with Tower 1 of Paradiso Place and we look forward to bringing SPG Land’s vision to life.”

The $800 million development spans three towers, and sits on an entire 11,400 square metre city block, bordered by Surfers Paradis Boulevard and Ferny Avenue.

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