Horan Group lodges plans for a 28-storey apartment tower at Broadbeach

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2 years ago
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South-east Queensland developer Horan Group has entered the Gold Coast property market with plans lodged for a 28-storey apartment tower at the northern end of Broadbeach. 

This will be the residential developer’s first foray into the Gold Coast market on the pack of a pipeline of apartment towers and townhouse developments across Brisbane and the Moreton bay region. 

Named Rosewood, the 120-apartment tower is currently being planned for a 1,214sqm site at 11-13 Rosewood Avenue. The development will comprise 96 two-bedroom and 24 three-bedroom apartments atop a podium. 


“Rosewood embodies natural sculpted geometry,” DBI’s design statement said. “Elegant soft lines and a play on volumetric forms, both positive and negative, create a carved base and open ground plane, offering a truly distinctive arrival experience breaking down the public and private interface with significant landscaping and cascading planting.” 

“At the micro-level, the development offers refined textures, tones and materials creating a quality yet subtle finish for residences reflecting the inspired floral and coastal DNA.”

An exaggerated double-storey lobby at street level would lead up to a lap pool, day beds, a yoga lawn and a residents’ lounge and gym on level three. Residents will also be offered and encouraged to use bike storage facilities on level three. 


The tower will feature fluted concrete, reflective glazing and contrasting bronze battening to help articulate the building mass. The balconies are on the corners of the building and have been designed to create an outdoor room connecting the living and bedrooms externally. 

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