A Beachfront Revival
June 30 2022
As you travel along the esplanade towards the southern end of Surfers Paradise before crossing into Broadbeach, you’ll notice a hive of activity in what is usually a quieter pocket.
Construction teams have been busy around the newly refurbished Northcliffe Surf Lifesaving Club and hoarding is up around a string of sites at various stages of construction.
New development and surrounding infrastructure is transforming the exclusive enclave, injecting a new level of luxury befitting the premium beachfront location.
“There is a limited amount of beachfront between Main Beach and Miami and that pocket of Northcliffe is being transformed into an extremely exclusive strip,” says Kollosche New Projects agent Simon Worthington.
“The position is just far enough out of Surfers Paradise and closer to Broadbeach, so you can enjoy the benefits of both without being right in the thick of it.
“When all of these buildings are finished, this stretch will be very impressive and highly sought-after among locals and those coming from interstate.”
Demolition has now begun on 9 Garfield Terrace where the 70s-era Anglesea Court will make way for a new boutique building known as Aspire.
Approval has been granted for Aspire to rise 24 floors with 37 apartments plus one penthouse on an absolute beachfront site where panoramic views extend the length of the coastline.
Ranging in size from 207m2 – 217m2 for half floor apartments, 414m2 for full floors and 716m2 for the double-storey penthouse, Aspire apartments are both large and luxurious.
Those wanting to get a first-hand look and feel of the finishes and facilities planned for Aspire are invited to visit the display suite, now open at 4 Charles Avenue, Broadbeach on the ground floor of Oracle.
The display showcases life inside an Aspire apartment including a full kitchen and bathroom as well as luxury finishes such as flooring, cabinetry and tapware.
Kollosche New Projects are on-hand to walk you through the project and a 3D tour of a three and four bedroom apartment, the amenities and the exterior of the building.
“The 3D tour allows prospective buyers to immerse themselves in the apartments room by room,” says Simon.
“This entire display suite experience helps buyers to understand the quality of Aspire and feel confident that you are investing in a project that meets your needs.”
Kollosche New Projects reports that around one third of the Aspire project has already sold, amounting to sales of around $40 million to date.
“Buyers are drawn to the absolute beachfront position, the high end finishes and an incredible range of amenities.”
Aspire has devoted two levels to resident recreation, entertaining and relaxation in a move that bolsters the contemporary coastal lifestyle appeal of the residents only building.
Recreation facilities include an infinity pool, infrared sauna and steam room, gymnasium and yoga room, while residents will also enjoy use of a bar, BBQ areas and lounge, modern offices, a conference room and entertaining areas.
“The world-class amenities really set this project apart,” says Simon.
“To then have the beach right on the doorstep, plus restaurants, cafes, shopping and everyday conveniences on either side, the Aspire lifestyle will be first class.”
A four to six week demolition phase paves the way for Descon Group Australia to kick off a 20-month construction program.
Garfield Developments are behind the Aspire project, where the team brings more than 100 years’ experience and knowledge in the luxury residential development sphere.