Proposed Coolangatta Multi-Residential Development

    Increasing Opportunity

    The principal objective of our client in this proposed Coolangatta multi-residential development was to increase the value of their site by increasing the density and opportunity of the land.

    The design parameters for our Coolangatta Multi-Residential Development concern a 2,025 m² site under the Gold Coast City Council Planning Scheme Provisions, with an overall site coverage of 40%.

    This ten-storey development is positioned on a street corner on a sloping block. The terraced design, external works and landscaping complement the area and the existing streetscape of Norfolk Palms.

    The proposed forty units will each comprise two or more bedrooms with generously-sized balconies. Ranging from 111sqm to 209 sqm, six unique unit layouts have been designed. Across each level of the development

    Car Parking

    The design has sufficient car parking space for sixty resident vehicles and seven spaces for visitors and a loading bay for access. The basement level car park contains a bike rack area, refuse storage and two separate escape stairwell access. The lower ground car-park provides a security access point for the residents’ car park. On the ground floor, a porte-cochere creates a dominant entry point to the foyer of the building.

    The development also provides open space for recreation with a podium level pool and rooftop recreation area.

    Proposed Coolangatta Multi-Residential Development

    This project is currently in the Development Application stage.

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