$1.2 billion Spirit tower to soar above Surfers Paradise

The Gold Coast will soon be home to Australia’s third tallest residential tower, with an 89-level super tower called ‘Spirit’ to be built in Surfers Paradise.

The $1.2 billion Spirit tower was officially launched to the global market last Friday at an exclusive function at Palazzo Versace attended by more than 400 VIPs including Federal Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister Steven Ciobo, State Tourism Minister Kate Jones, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate and Tourism Australia Chairman Bob East.

The project is the first for developer Foriseland in Australia, and Jason Xiao, Foriseland general manager of marketing, said it will be a defining project for the Gold Coast.


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“After three years of planning and 18 months of foundation construction work we are delighted to announce the launch of Spirit – a project without peer on the Australian residential landscape,” he said.

Spirit

PHOTO: Supplied by Spirit

Spirit will soar 303 metres above sea level at the site of the former Iluka building, and will be third residential tower in the country behind the Q1 and Melbourne’s Australia 108, which is under construction.

Designed by architect DBI Design, Spirit will comprise of 479 luxury apartments, with prices starting at $1.17 million for a super-sized one-bedroom apartment through to $41.64 million for the grandiose two-storey penthouse.

Spirit

PHOTO: Supplied by Spirit

Unlike other apartment projects, Spirit residents will be able to enjoy an array of unique offerings including a 24-hour concierge service, multiple pool areas including a rooftop infinity pool, restaurants, cocktail lounge, banquet room and an extravagant wine and champagne cellar.

Additional luxury pay-per-use services will also be available, including car washing and detailing, babysitting, newspaper deliveries, pet vacation care and grooming. Butlers will be on hand to individual apartments upon request, as well as personal grocery shopping and flower arrangement deliveries.

Spirit

PHOTO: Supplied by Spirit

Spirit is expected to take three years to build, and will create 945 full-time jobs both onsite and offsite during that time.

For more information on Spirit, visit: spiritgoldcoast.com.au/

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