Broadbeach’s Newest Highrise Is Here Vue Broadbeach
THE $70 million Vue Broadbeach 25-storey tower will provide the lucky occupants of its 84 apartments with sublime ocean views along with an entire floor dedicated to recreation facilities.
Construction of the $70 million Vue Broadbeach tower is expected to start in March.
The 25-level project will feature 84 apartments, including two expansive penthouses and a maximum of four residences per floor on a 1214sq m site at 10-12 First Ave. It’s the sixth highrise project for the local family developer Andrews Projects, and their first in the area.
Sales manager Sarah Andrews said the development would suit owner occupiers and buyers seeking a central location.
The building includes floor-to-ceiling glass to maximise views and natural light.
There’s a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
“North Broadbeach has remained relatively untouched for many years and has always been known as a quality residential area,” she said. “We wanted to create something special that would add to its character and have designed a very organic-shaped building that will provide a real point of difference.”
The development features a mix of one, two and three-bedroom configurations, some with a study or multipurpose room. The building includes floor-to-ceiling glass to maximise views and is orientated to the northeast to take advantage of natural light.
A whole floor would be dedicated to resident facilities. “We’ve purposely situated the amenities on the second floor so the swimming pool will enjoy all day sun, and to provide easy access to the resident’s lounge, sauna and alfresco barbecue areas,” Ms Andrews said.
“It also provides for a spectacular entrance using a void in the lobby, giving it a sense of grandness and space.”
A swimming pool, resident’s lounge, sauna and barbecue area will take up the second floor.
Ms Andrews said the building would have low body corporate fees. The development is situated about 150m from the beach and a light rail station is located at the end of the street. The sales centre is on the corner of Albert Ave and the entrance to Niecon Plaza in Broadbeach and is open seven days.
Source: Gold Coast Bulletin 7 January 2018