The Melbourne-based Stamoulis Property Group, led by rich-lister Harry Stamoulis, has launched their first ever Gold Coast apartment project.
The blue-chip location – a triple block with a 30-metre frontage to the sand and surf at 3555 Main Beach Parade – is a rarity along the Gold Coast’s sought-after beachfront strip..
They’ve just launched ARI, a collection of 26 half and full-floor apartments, three full-floor sky homes, and a sprawling penthouse with a private rooftop terrace and pool. That’s set to launch next week.
Bayden Goddard’s BGD Architects designed the resident-only, 19-level tower, creating apartments that include everything a buyer would expect to find in a high-end house.
The half-floor apartments start at a generous 288 sqm and range up to 325 sqm in size. Each has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two car spaces.
Whole-floor apartments start from a massive 567 sqm and have four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and four car spaces. Crowning the building is the 759 sqm two-level penthouse with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, five car spaces, and a private rooftop with sweeping views up and down the Gold Coast.
Every apartment will feature sophisticated interior finishes, with thick marble benchtops balanced by natural timber textures and classic chrome tapware. Inviting the outdoors in, generously glazed main living zones seamlessly extend to expansive beach-facing balconies, creating even grander living spaces and opening up view lines throughout.
Resort-inspired amenities feature on Level one of ARI, including a 25-metre heated lap pool, a gym, steam room and sauna, plunge pool, residents lounge, and a business centre.
Stamoulis Property Group, founded by Harry’s father Spyros Stamoulis, has amassed a diverse portfolio of residential, commercial, and mixed-use developments and property assets across Australia over three decades.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor