Evoke Property Group, led by seasoned Queensland developer Paul Spina, has officially commenced construction on their Palm Beach apartment development, Elevaire.
They’ve appointed Stokes Wheeler to build the 40-apartment project at 1409-1411 Gold Coast Highway, just a stone’s throw away from the shores of Palm Beach.
Boasting a collection of two and three-bedroom residences, Elevaire has garnered significant attention from prospective buyers hailing not only from Queensland but also from Victoria.
The Cottee Parker tower has nine levels and a ground-floor wellness centred recreational area, featuring hot and cold magnesium pools, an open beach shower, sauna, and day beds.
Each residence within Elevaire has been crafted to capture distinct aspects of its surroundings, be it the vast expanse of the coastline, the elevated vantage point, or the scenic hinterland views.
Francis Greenman, the creative mind behind Cottee Parker’s design, says Elevaire is inspired by the glistening ocean waves and the rolling sand dunes.
“The interior palette is subtle and inviting, understated in its connection to the surroundings.”
Every residence has been designed to foster an unbroken flow of idyllic indoor-outdoor spaces that seamlessly connect residents with the natural beauty that surrounds them.
Situated in the coveted North Palm Beach pocket, Elevaire epitomises the true spirit of Gold Coast living in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings. Here, residents are at home on Australia’s premier cosmopolitan coastline, with an array of epicurean features, from hinterland retreats to vibrant artisan cafes, restaurants, and beachfront bars.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor