Gallery Group has received the green light for a 35-storey residential tower in the Gold Coast. This beachside development’s design reflects an increasing trend towards spacious apartments, as many people are migrating to the sunny Gold Coast from areas like Sydney and Melbourne.
This Gold Coast tower, named Chalk, is being built on a 2,064 sqm site at 203-211 Surf Parade. It is expected to cost $290 million and will comprise 76 residences including three-bedroom apartments starting at 275 sqm, two-bedroom apartments with up to 119sqm of space and a series of penthouse apartments. The building’s three bedroom apartments will be priced from $2 million, and the two bedroom apartments from $971,000.
The project’s architecturally designed penthouse apartments will be situated on level 19 and above, with prices starting from $3.6 million and floorplans of over 400sqm.
The multi-award-winning architects at Raunik Design have oriented each home to make the most of the views and to deliver a level of space that is typically unheard of for apartments.
The Gold Coast is becoming one of the most sought-after locations in Australia after the global pandemic drove many Australians to the seaside city. As a result, there has been a significant rise in owner-occupiers. This has led to a greater desire amongst buyers for spacious apartments in the area.
In response to the changing market needs, Chalk will include a range of residents-only amenities, with a pool, pool deck, gym, steam room, spa, barbecues, teppanyaki bars, fire pit and cabanas. The project will also feature a business centre with a boardroom and workstations, as well as an on-site cafe.
With a wealth of space and considered design, Gallery Group’s Chalk is sure to be a popular destination for Gold Coast buyers.