Project Focus: Gold Coast’s Northcliffe To Be Complete for 2018 Games


Located at 3 Northcliffe Terrace Surfers Paradise with 75 apartments on 25 levels and a residents-only beach club, this boutique $107m development called Northcliffe offers four whole-floor sub-penthouses, with the jewel in the crown standing as the dual level four bedroom Penthouse complete with private rooftop pool and outdoor terrace.

The Gold Coast Bulletin reported that within two days of the sales launch, the development had buyer names beside its $6 million penthouse and two $2 million-plus apartments.

Northcliffe marks the first absolute beachfront residential-only high-rise to be released on the Gold Coast in over 10 years with completion and settlement expected mid-2018 – the year the Gold Coast hosts the Commonwealth Games.

Developed by Chinese group Mii Property, Northcliffe registered $16 million in contracted sales after its launch to the market on Boxing Day.

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Established in Brisbane, they are now a national practice also operating in Melbourne and Perth. When creating they consider culture, environment and the human condition to produce responsive and sustainable solutions. Using their considerable skills and knowledge, Cottee Parker achieves designs that work for both clients and the community.

They have an extensive background in delivering unique and considered projects for the built environment. With vast experience, they have established relationships with local planning authorities and are well recognised for their exceptional urban design outcomes. This has allowed them to achieve solutions for their clients well beyond the usual planning constraints.

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