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Greyburn gains approval for 40 unit development in the heart of Coolangatta

Gold Coast builder and developer John Kearney has secured development approval for a seven-storey apartment project at Coolangatta.

The residences will be positioned within the highly sought after and quiet residential Kirra Hill pocket on the edge of the Central Business District. The project aims to deliver high-quality, well-designed units to a beachside position within walking distance to both the white sand of Coolangatta’s world-famous beaches and the amenity of the southern Gold Coast district centre.


Mr Kearney, who is also a Director of Greyburn Building Contractors – a company with 35 years’ experience in south-east Queensland is excited to deliver the project in an area void of availability.


“Our team lives and breathes the Gold Coast so we want to position our projects in areas that inspire a great lifestyle,” said Mr Kearney.


Located on a prime corner site at 30 Garrick Street, just 350 metres from Coolangatta Beach, the project will deliver 40 two-bedroom apartments with a spacious average size of 105m2.


All apartments will offer two-bedroom + two-bathroom designs in a range of floorplates from smaller affordable options to larger more spacious layouts with study areas. High ceilings will provide plenty of natural light while considered interior designs encourage cross-ventilation throughout the apartments.


“Our plans for the project are founded on providing well designed high, quality residences close to the beach with a focus on highly usable floor plans,” said Mr. Kearney.


“Our design considers a wide sector of the market from downsizers wishing to stay within proximity to their existing detached dwellings to young couples seeking proximity to the beach and employment.


“The position enables residents to park their car in the secure basement and walk to everything their lifestyle requires whether it be basking on the beach or walking the ocean way path until they need to stop and enjoy world class coffee and food. Not to forget the daily ritual of immersing in the Pacific Ocean.”


The design for 30 Garrick Street has been enhanced by the inclusion of lush tropical greenery, extensive residents’ amenities, including a rooftop pool and barbecue area that provides outdoor dining, seating and relaxation zones.


The ground floor will cater for modern apartment living with a surf shower, a secure parcel room to cater for online shopping drop-offs, plus a function room and work-from-home spaces for residents to enjoy.


“30 Garrick Street is designed to suit a wide-range of buyers seeking a high-quality, well-designed apartment that offers a relaxed beachside, walk-to-wherever lifestyle,” said Mr Kearney.


Mr Kearney’s Greyburn has competently navigated the challenges of the building industry as a result of its wealth of resources and strong balance sheet. Greyburn recently stepped up to complete construction of Fraser Property Group’s $121 million master-planned community Minnipi Quarter in Brisbane following the collapse of Condev Constructions.


Greyburn has been dedicated to excellence in construction since 1987 and has completed an extensive portfolio of successful residential and commercial projects in south-east Queensland. The most recent include Palladium, comprising 39 double-storey townhouses at Hope Island: and ORO Apartments, a boutique collection of luxury apartments at Biggera Waters.


Mr Kearney plans to officially launch 30 Garrick Street to the market in coming months.

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