Marchese Partners are delighted to announce that their design for a residential high-rise building on Stanhill Drive, Chevron Island has been approved on behalf of AUS MOD Pty Ltd.
The building’s aesthetic is a striking example of organic architecture incorporating generously sized apartments complete with balconies and terraces that will take advantage of the distant panorama. In recognition of local artist involvement there will be an art exhibition studio on the first two storeys and resident artists living in the building.
The 41-storey multi-residential development which comprises 210 apartments was granted development consent from the Gold Coast City Council on September 6th 2016. The approval was a development supportive of the planned increase in residential density for the island; a plan that is consistent with the desirability and convenience of the location.
The team was advised by Jensen Bowers Town Planning consultants
Surfers Paradise Project approved by Gold Coast Council
September 19, 2016