MELBOURNE-based Little Projects have revealed plans for Aperture, a second luxury apartment development in the Gold Coast’s Broadbeach.
The new project, located 300m from the beach at 20 Mary Avenue, will include 29 full floor and double storey 3-bedroom residences across 34 floor, including two double storey sub-penthouses and a single double storey penthouse.
“Full-floor apartments have a great deal of appeal to today’s buyers because they offer both space and privacy – and the seclusion of the Aperture site adds to the intimacy of the design,” said Leighton Pyke, director at Little Projects.
This new project comes after the 245-apartment strong Signature, Little Projects’ first Gold Coast offering, which is due for a mid-2023 completion.
“We looked at what worked with Signature, the reasons buyers were attracted to our vision for coastal living, and we’re now taking it to the next level with Aperture,” said Pyke.
The development will include a podium with greenspace and a floor of amenities including a pool, steam room, gym and BBQ area.
“Aperture is a reductive modernist building, that celebrates material expression with a cubic grid façade that highlights the verticality, slenderness and simplicity of the architecture,” said a spokesperson from award- winning architects Elenberg Fraser, who will design the project.
“The full floor apartment offering is rationally planned around this design, resulting in the open living floor plan, defined spaces, and framed views to the Gold Coast skyline and ocean.”
Additionally, residents at Aperture will be offered two to three secure basement parking spaces per apartment.
“Broadbeach has the best of it all, with just a short walk to the famous beaches and a bustling entertainment precinct with world-class shopping and the best dining on the Coast,” said Pyke.
Apartments Aperture at will be priced from $2 million to $7.75 million and will be launched to the market in the coming weeks.