The half-floor residence is the last remaining apartment, with 90 per cent selling off the plan in the two months after the project launch last year.
There is a $4.1 million asking price for the second floor apartment in the Norfolk complex at Burleigh Heads.
Some 15 apartments have been built next to the former site of the Fish House restaurant on Goodwin Terrace. The developer Forme had the striking building designed by architect Koichi Takada. Completion is due in April.
With 287sqm space, the final apartment has been offered through Jamie Lee Edwards at JLE Projects. It comes with a generous oceanfront balcony with an integrated barbecue kitchen. The buyer will also secure beach room storage, along with beach club facilities including pool, gym and sauna. The 10-level residential complex, which was bought mostly by Brisbane buyers, was built by Brisbane-based developer FORME, which is headed by David Calvisi. Buyers include Cathie Reid and Stuart Giles, the co-founders of the Icon Cancer Care Group and the Epic Good Foundation.
Construction of the adjoining complex, the ten-level Luna is due to be finished in the second half of 2021, with the apartments largely bought by Victorians.
The $709m Broadbeach to Burleigh extension of the light rail on the Gold Coast Highway is underway.
Story By: Jonathan Chancellor – urban.com.au