Pacific on Peerless helps Mermaid's shine
Written on the 9 December 2013 by Gold Coast PR company Consulting Hall
The exclusive Gold Coast suburb of Mermaid Beach is set to receive its first new apartment project since the global financial crisis in 2008.
Luxury property builder Dankav has unveiled plans for its Pacific on Peerless project at 46-48 Peerless Avenue and has already started construction on the site.
Mermaid Beach, which is home to the Gold Coast’s famous Millionaire’s Row, was one of the Gold Coast suburbs hardest hit by the Global Financial Crisis but it is now enjoying a resurgence in popularity.
Agent Andrew Henderson from John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach said the project would feature 15 luxury apartments spread over three levels, a basement car park and a private roof-top terrace for the owners of four of the top level apartments.
Mr Henderson said the 15 apartments, which range from smaller 60sqm apartments up to the 115sqm top-floor units that include roof top terrace, would be released to the market for prices ranging upwards from $329,000
“People visiting Pacific on Peerless building will be welcomed onto the property by a lush garden and a communal swimming pool area.
“Added to this, each of the five ground-floor apartments will have their own large terrace areas.”
Agent Andre Sharples and Perry Brosnan, who are marketing the project, said the gardens were not restricted to the ground level.
“The balconies facing Peerless Avenue will have a series of powder-coated aluminium columns with plant trellises to create vertical gardens and provide greater privacy for the apartment owners,” said Mr Sharples.
Four of the top level residences all have individual partial roof terraces which can be accessed via internal stair cases or by the building’s lift.
Mr Sharples said the apartments would appeal to young professionals, retirees looking to downsize or simply people who wanted a beachside apartment to escape to on the weekends.
Mr Sharples said Pacific on Peerless was ideally positioned on the northern end of Mermaid Beach.
“The property is just a short walk from the increasingly popular restaurant and shopping hub at Broadbeach, the beach, a number of parks, a church, and Kurrawa surf club,’’ he said.
“Its central location means that Pacific Fair, the Broadbeach shops, cafes and parks are all within easy reach.”
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Author: Gold Coast PR company Consulting Hall