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Star Gold Coast Fastracked Fourth Tower Launches in Broadbeach

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STAR Gold Coast today launches 457 residential apartments for sale in a new fast-tracked Broadbeach tower as debate about a rival global tourism hub heats up.

Star has brought forward construction by 12 months of what will be its fourth Broadbeach Island resort building, with work on the 63-storey, 215-metre tower starting next year.

Artist impressions of the Star Gold Coast's second mixed-use tower — and fourth to be built on its Broadbeach island site — with pre-sales one, two and three-bedroom apartments on sale from today, ranging from $468,000 to prices from $1.295m for three-bedroom options. PICTURES: Supplied.

It is now also fast-tracking pre-sales of one, two and three-bedroom apartments which will occupy the upper 43 levels — and has built a replica apartment on site as a showcase.

One-bedroom apartments, ranging from 55sqm to 64sqm, will be priced from $486,000. Two-bedroom apartments, at 71sqm to 106sqm, will start at $692,000 and three-bedroom apartments, from 112sqm to 168sqm, will begin at $1.295 million.

A resident-only two-level recreation deck will have a sun lounge and yoga deck, 23.5 metre lap pool, barbeque areas; sauna and steam room, kids club, gym and private dining rooms.

First photos of what Star Gold Coast's fourth as-yet unbuilt tower rooms will look like — Star has shelled out $2 million on a Darling seventh floor display and sales suite with a replica display unit. Picture Glenn Hampson

Star Gold Coast, consisting of the original Star Grand hotel, Darling suite hotel and under-construction Dorsett Hotel, has a $2b site masterplan with a vision for seven towers in total.

The $500 million fourth tower’s pre-sales launch comes after Star sold 92 per cent of 423 apartments in the Dorsett tower which started construction in November, last year.

One of Star’s fourth tower partner includes Far East Consortium whose national sales and marketing manager Lauren Sheldon said fast-tracking the sales was testament to the demand for its Broadbeach island real estate and a vote of confidence in the Gold Coast market.

Star Entertainment Group Queensland managing director Geoff Hogg takes a look in the display unit for its Broadbeach Island fourth building and second tower with mixed-use apartments. Picture Glenn Hampson

“Our consortium aims to invest — through The Star Gold Coast masterplan — an additional $2 billion-plus into embedding the complex and Broadbeach Island as one of the southern hemisphere’s largest tourism, entertainment, and lifestyle precinct, and it is clear from the residential sales success of the first tower that buyers are on board with this vision,” Mrs Sheldon said.

A replica Star Gold Coast tower unit with a poster of the views once built. Picture Glenn Hampson

Star Entertainment Group CEO Matt Bekier said the new tower would further underpin Broadbeach Island as a world-class tourism and entertainment destination for visitors.

“Through the latest tower, Star Gold Coast will offer four hotels on Broadbeach Island — more hotels than any other integrated resort in Australia,” Mr Bekier said.

The new five-star hotel has 210 rooms and will take the hotel supply on site to almost 1200 rooms and suites.


Source: Gold Coast Bulletin