Contreras Earl Architecture is responsible for the building’s design. Image – Supplied
  • Plans have been submitted for a 24 level residential tower on Broadbeach
  • The development is a joint venture between QNY Group and Glenvill Developments.
  • The development is to offer 21 luxury apartments

The wheels are set in motion for a residential tower project on Broadbeach Boulevard as the development application is been submitted to the City of Gold Coast.

The site at 21 Broadbeach Boulevard was purchased by QNY Group for just over $10million at the start of this year.  The Gold Coast-based QNY Group have partnered with Melbourne based residential developer Glenvill Developments to deliver luxury apartments.

The tower is to be located on a 511sqm corner site overlooking Gold Coast’s Broadbeach. If the plans are approved in their current form, it will become the location of a 24 level residential tower with 21 luxury apartments,  a rooftop deck and a glass-edge pool.

The tower is architecturally designed with the surrounding environment in mind. Image – Supplied.

The development will include 19 whole-floor apartments topped with two penthouses distributed across four levels.

QNY Group director Anthony Quinn says this boutique development is to be an architectural statement.

“I have partnered with Glenvill Developments because they are residential specialists that bring a truly 360 degree understanding of the development and property industry,” Me Quinn said.

The building’s design is by Contreras Earl Architecture, a firm that has a growing portfolio of landmark projects across the Gold Coast including 272 Hedges Avenue, Amani at Main Beach, and Jefferson Lane at Palm Beach.

“This site is like no other on the Gold Coast and we wanted the design to reflect its uniqueness.”

Anthony Quinn, QNY Group Director

“We’ve worked closely with the architects, along with Form Landscape Architects, to come up with a design that will coexist with the natural environment while delivering an iconic landmark that enhances the aesthetic of this leafy Broadbeach Boulevard corner,” Mr Quinn said.

The block is conveniently located, with Broadbeach Bowls Club nearby to the west and Broadbeach Surf Lifesaving Club to the south.

The site offers views of Broadbeach. Image – Supplied

Gold Coast development fever

The Gold Coast has been home to an abundance of luxury developments over the past two years, with developers incentivised by a FOMO fulled residential property market.  Although the rate of new developments seems to be easing, this latest addition to the projects in progress suggests the development fever is now quite over yet.

Glenvill Developments CEO Len Warson, says their move to develop in the Gold Coast is rooted in research.

“This will be our first multi-residential project on the Gold Coast, but this not about riding the wave.” 

Len Warson, Glenvill Developments CEO

“Queensland had plenty of growth potential prior to the pandemic. We study the market and use those insights to make our next moves, and this was a deliberate move,” Mr Warson said.

He believes the Glenvill brand is synonymous with safe delivery, reliability, and high quality.

“We are combining our deep knowledge of the residential sector with QNY Group’s local knowledge, to deliver an iconic, beautifully constructed, enduring project.”

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