31 luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
The proposal is a mix of 31 spacious and open plan two and three bedroom apartments specifically designed to appeal to local owner occupiers.
The project is designed by O’Neil Architects, a local SEQ architecture firm well attuned to the local area demands and character. The proposal is a code-assessable application which means it is in line with the town plan expectations and does not require public notification – however we sought community input as it is a vital step in our development process.
31 luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
Design provides extensive deep planting and landscaping to increase privacy for neighbours and streetscape appeal, including wall creepers to soften built form.
Natural materials and colour scheme are designed to blend the building into the existing beachside landscape.
Design focuses on increasing privacy to surrounding neighbours through quality screening and building form whilst ensuring the building is highly articulated and architecturally lead with no ‘bulky’ aspects.
Design meets council requirements for resident and visitor car parks, with all 3-bedroom apartments having 2 car spaces.
An estimated $500,000+ will be directly provided to Council in infrastructure contributions to improve local roads, parks, stormwater, etc. from this project.
Apartments specifically designed to suit local owner occupier buyers with larger than average apartment sizes e.g. 140m2 for 3 bedroom apartment.
It is Mosaic’s belief that we have a social responsibility to ensure our neighbours are aware of what’s happening in their neighbourhood regardless if we aren’t legislatively required to inform the public.
We proactively engaged with surrounding neighbours, the local councillor and multiple local advocacy group members (e.g. Bilinga 2 Border Inc.) to understand community concerns and gather feedback.
Through these meetings, our design became focused on increasing landscaping, privacy measures and car parking aspects within the design.
Our design provides extensive landscaping; particularly for deep landscaping which refers to large, mature greenery.
The ground floor and first level feature a high amount of planting acting as green screening for neighbours and as a way to blend in with the surrounding landscape to increase street appeal.
We design with local owner occupiers in mind first.
Mosaic’s award-winning design team ensure our apartments are larger than average and provide spacious liveable spaces that blend with inside and out together, rather than creating ‘investor grade’ stock. It is important to us that our buildings attract quality local buyers and our design reflects this.
Code Assessable means the project is generally anticipated in the zone and complies with the local area plan. Therefore, public notification is not required under the planning scheme.
We believe it’s important to ensure residents are informed of what’s occurring in their neighbourhood and have access to information explaining what is proposed.
It is estimated over $500,000 will be directly provided to Council in infrastructure contributions to improve local roads, parks, stormwater etc. from this project.
Mosaic is committed to sustaining a long-term injection into the Gold Coast economy shown through our project pipeline within the region and our permanent offices in Broadbeach and Gold Coast team.
We prefer to use local consultants and contractors during the development and construction phases to support local employment wherever possible.
With a dedicated in-house community engagement team, we commit to keeping all those who are interested in our project informed of what’s happening during the entire process from pre-DA lodgement to project completion and provide an avenue for people to ask us questions whenever they need.
Mosaic also implements construction methods which aim to reduce general construction impacts as much as possible such as dust suppression, delayed start times, etc. More information will be provided following the development application process.