New 38-storey luxury apartment development approved for Surfers Paradise

Local Gold Coast apartment developer Ayrton Mansi has been given the go-ahead for a luxury 38-storey residential tower on the edge of Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.

Designed by Plus Architecture, the tower, dubbed Nineteen First Avenue after its location on a double corner block at 19 First Avenue, comprises 34 residences across 38 levels, including a customizable double-storey penthouse.

Managing director of Amansi Projects, Ayrton Mansi, says the apartments are designed to offer the best of beachfront in one of the most livable suburbs on the Gold Coast, in what is set to become one of the most boutique developments in the city.

“The development is situated between probably two of the most famous Gold Coast suburbs, Broadbeach and Surfers Paradise,” Mansi said.

“The location is ideal – you are close enough to enjoy all the amenities that Broadbeach and Surfers Paradise have to offer without being in the center of the hustle and bustle.

“The location and aspect of the site inspired the design direction, resulting in a very special, one-of-a-kind project that would be very difficult to replicate elsewhere in the surrounding areas.”

Mansi’s vision to develop luxury high-rises began before 2015 when he secured a site in the heart of Broadbeach and undertook development approval for a 39-storey tower. He sold the proposed project for 120 million. USD off-market for Little Projects, which has been developed and is now known as Signature Broadbeach. He has subsequently carried out a mixture of housing developments, luxury villas and DA land purchases.

With three bedrooms with ensuites, a multi-purpose room, a powder room and a study, the full-floor apartments offer 280 sq m of internal floor space, including a 20 sq m outdoor balcony. Each apartment comes with two secure basement parking spaces and will sell from $2.95 million.

The apartments have wooden floors, stone countertops, brushed nickel fittings, lighting, V-Zug appliances and smart home automation.

The custom penthouse offers four bedrooms, two multi-functional rooms and four and a half bathrooms across two levels, spanning 517 sq m and will have its own private terrace and swimming pool.

Mansi says the project was designed to meet the needs of the downsizing market from the surrounding local suburbs and interstate buyers looking for a luxury condominium with all the amenities and facilities to match.

“There is strong demand for large format boutique apartments along the coastal strip and in Broadbeach, it’s hard to come by,” he said.

The development has two levels of resident recreation and amenities with a resort-style pool and spa, with a gymnasium, sauna and steam room, and barbecue areas. Designed for a modern lifestyle, residents will also have exclusive access to work-home suites and a boardroom with a shared lounge and library.

“Plus Architecture has designed an eye-catching residential building which will harmonize with its surroundings due to its slim form, with the lush greenery incorporated into the ground surface designed to enhance the streetscape,” Mansi added.

“The north-east facing balconies offer sensational views of the sea and city skyline, just a stone’s throw from the beaches of Broadbeach and Surfers Paradise. “The contemporary apartments are sleek, with neutral color palettes, ample storage and the highest quality fittings and fixtures that you would expect from a high-end development of this calibre.”

Eastview Australia, which has delivered over $2 billion worth of innovative and sophisticated projects on the Gold Coast, has been appointed as project and development manager, while NPA Projects has been appointed to market the new development, which is due to hit the market in the coming months .

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