Ranging in height between 10 and 12-storeys, the four towers will offer one, two and three-bedroom apartments overlooking the newly-named “Lake Unity” and ground level retail.
Each building captures lakefront, city skyline and hinterland views.
ASX-listed developer Sunland has lodged revised plans for four residential towers at its $1.3 billion masterplan on the Gold Coast.
The 42-hectare former dairy farm is set to be redeveloped into an urban village — “The Lanes” — delivering 17,000sq m of new retail space, a boulevard, outdoor amphitheatre and four residential towers.
The revised scheme removes plans for four permit-approved commercial buildings and increases the number of apartments from 298 to 310. Sunland initially lodged an application for the project in late 2018.
The end value of the four residential towers is $231 million.
The developer has appointed ex-Zaha Hadid designer Contreras Earl to design the four mid-rise towers, which are strikingly similar to the built form of its “champagne flute” skyscrapers in Brisbane.
“The [towers] represent a sculptural design language which takes its inspiration from the patterns and geometry found in various plant life,” Sunland managing director Sahba Abedian told The Urban Developer.
“This is where any similarity to our previous design concepts ends.”
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