Ocean House Palm Beach gains support of the locals

Jul 28, 2020
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Ocean House Palm Beach is the latest building set to join the emerging residential precinct of Palm Beach after being given the green light this week by Gold Coast City Council.

The 8 level luxury tower will be built on a 488sqm site on Gold Coast Highway near Seventh Ave and backing onto Palm Beach Surf Club.

Designed by award winning Gold Coast firm BDA Architects, Ocean House comprises 8 full floor apartments with 3 bedrooms, Media/Multi-Purpose Room configurations.

Ocean House Palm Beach is being developed and marketed by Sydney based Macquarie York, a project development, marketing and consultancy firm with over 30 years combined industry experience.

Macquarie York Managing Director Roy Skaf says Ocean House Palm Beach has been designed to complement the Palm Beach ocean and become a distinct landmark within the precinct.

“Ocean House offers spectacular ocean and hinterland views from every aspect, striking architecture and sophisticated interior design,” he said.

“Designed for the owner-occupier and wealthy holiday makers, the apartments will offer an average size of 220sqm of floor space representing incredible value starting from just $1,750,000

“The apartments are sleek, with earthy colour palettes, abundant storage and the highest quality fittings and fixtures, to appeal to the most discerning buyer.”

All apartments will have two car parks, with ample visitor car parking provided.

“The apartments from level 2 up will offer panoramic ocean views and with very generous indoor and outdoor living, BBQ and dining area,” he said.

“The communal areas feature a pool with dense sub-tropical landscaping, bringing a sense of resort-style living and a true community atmosphere.”

Macquarie York has engaged a team of award winning local consultants and with proven track records on the Gold Coast who are working on a number of projects for the group including the Allure Chevron Island luxury residences. Roy Skaf’s current affairs on the Gold Coast extend from Coolangatta to North of Surfers Paradise the group is looking to expand their land holding across the coast.

The project is expected to start selling off-the-plan late 2020.

Roy Skaf