The Star has decided to fast track sales and development for their highly anticipated fourth tower, releasing hundreds of apartments to the market today.
The $500 million development with be 63 storeys high, with 457 residential apartments and 210 five-star hotel rooms on their Broadbeach site.
It will be positioned south of the Dorsett hotel and The Star Residences Gold Coast apartments tower currently under construction.
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Construction is expected to begin mid next year, and will hopefully be completed in 2024.
One-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 55sqm to 64sqm, will be priced from $486,000.
Two-bedroom apartments, ranging from 71sqm to 106sqm, will be priced from $692,000.
Three-bedroom apartments, ranging from 112sqm to 168sqm, will be priced from $1.295 million.
Residents will be able to choose from two different apartment colour schemes and each residence is designed to maximise views and coastal breezes, and offer solar orientation.
The Star Entertainment Group Managing Director and CEO Matt Bekier said the new tower’s hotel and lifestyle offering hopes to further underpin Broadbeach Island as a world-class tourism, leisure, and entertainment destination for visitors to the Gold Coast.
“Through the latest tower, The 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 will feature 210 rooms and will take the overall hotel accommodation supply on Broadbeach Island to almost 1200 rooms and suites across the four hotels.
“Starting from level seven and spanning 12 levels, the new hotel will sit above a six-level podium featuring an active retail concourse, and will provide direct connectivity to The Star Gold Coast’s other hotel and residential offerings.
“The second tower’s retail offerings, when combined with tower one, will feature more than 12,050 sqm of retail and resort amenities.
“These amenities include one of the southern hemisphere’s most luxurious day spas and wellness centres; a cafe and wine bar with views to Broadbeach and Coolangatta; an exciting nightlife venue; and speciality lifestyle services including a boutique hair and nail salon, floral services, and a fine food market,” Mr Bekier said.
The fourth tower will also feature a large lagoon pool, sundecks, private cabanas, alfresco dining areas, plazas, water play, subtropical gardens, function lawns, and outdoor spaces will bring the iconic landmark to life.
A further three towers are planned as part of The Star Gold Coast’s approved $2-billion-plus master plan for Broadbeach Island.