26 Vista partners with Outbound to introduce EV car sharing for residents

Market Insights
6 months ago
3 minutes

One of the Gold Coast’s greenest residential towers, 26 Vista, takes the next step in future-proofed living with exclusive EV car sharing for residents.

The Surfers Paradise project has announced a partnership with mobility company Outbound to provide residents with this convenience, making 26 Vista one of the first residential buildings on the Gold Coast to do so.

Outbound CEO Luke Rust said the partnership with 26 Vista and the project developer MRCB International signals the first residential partnership in Queensland for the tech transport startup.

“We are delighted to embark on this progressive collaboration with MRCB International for their iconic Gold Coast residential development, 26 Vista,” said Luke.

26 Vista Surfers Paradise is within walking distance of everything Northcliffe has to offer. Click here to learn more.

“The project is a real showcase of what’s possible when developers prioritise convenience, luxury, and sustainability for the benefit of their residents.

“Electric car sharing is an accelerating trend in buildings around the world, and we’re excited to be pioneering the concept in Queensland.”

With Outbound, residents can access a fleet of EVs easily reserved and accessed via the customised 26 Vista resident app. This innovative facility reduces residents’ need for private car ownership, further encouraged by the project’s location on the immensely popular Gold Coast light rail.

Additionally, Outbound’s EV charging stations will be sustainably powered by green-power sources supplied by SUPA Energy – Australia’s most progressive energy solution. Residents will then be able to charge vehicles via SUPA’s network of renewable electricity.

The sustainability-led 26 Vista residents will have access to a fleet of EVs via Outbound. Click here to learn more.

Ravi Krishnan, CEO of MRCB International, said that 26 Vista demonstrates the company’s commitment to delivering a project that introduces change in a market that is proving to be slower to welcome eco-initiatives.

“We’re incredibly excited by the prospect of 26 Vista becoming one of the sustainability leaders on the Gold Coast,” said Ravi.

“We are proudly moving away from gas and have now unveiled a sustainable transport option for residents; two initiatives that are more commonplace interstate but rarely explored within Gold Coast developments.”

The developer has employed a range of green initiatives for the Surfers Paradise development, including adopting an all-electric solution and eliminating gas via SUPA Energy.

Enjoy stunning ocean views from the comfort of your home at 26 Vista. Click here to learn more.

The project team’s impressive dedication to sustainability extends to its design, offering stunning one, two, and three-bedroom apartments architecturally designed by local architecture firm DBI. Each home offers views over the ocean, towards the river, hinterlands, and beyond.

As a resident, you will also have access to an abundance of resort-style amenities, including an internal ‘wellbeing’ precinct featuring a pool, spa, sauna and steam room, well-equipped gymnasium, outdoor yoga space, and a rooftop residents’ lounge.

Wellness and sustainability are at the forefront of 26 Vista’s design. Click here to learn more.

Three-bedroom residents residing on or above level 33 will have exclusive access to the Alto Private Lounge, which features the highest residential plunge pool on the Gold Coast at the tower’s 51st level, showcasing sweeping ocean views.

With 26 Vista’s cosmopolitan apartment collection now selling, offering one, two, and three-bedroom floorplans priced from $824,000, there is no better time to secure your place at this Surfers Paradise oasis designed for the future.

The project is due to be completed in 2026.

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