What will the project offer?

The proposal is a mix of 47 spacious and open plan two and three bedroom apartments specifically designed to appeal to local owner occupiers.

The project offers high quality contemporary design that respects and integrates the surrounding environment and architectural character. The deliberate and thoughtful detailing of the built form demonstrates a positive outcome to the Second Avenue streetscape.

The proposal is a code-assessable application which means it is in line with the town plan expectations and does not require public notification.

Read our frequently asked questions here.

Development Application

Code Assessable

Product Mix

47 luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments over 16 levels

Key Project Information

Design provides coastal planting and landscaping at street level and podium, increasing privacy for neighbours and streetscape appeal.

Focus on greenery

Design provides coastal planting and landscaping at street level and podium, increasing privacy for neighbours and streetscape appeal.

The design incorporates a refined palette of colours and materials, reflecting the coastal location and existing Burleigh architecture.

Refined and minimalistic

The design incorporates a refined palette of colours and materials, reflecting the coastal location and existing Burleigh architecture.

Inspired by shapes and forms of the local headland and surf, the exterior architecture is site responsive, with a contemporary architectural character and highly articulated build form.

Site responsive design

Inspired by shapes and forms of the local headland and surf, the exterior architecture is site responsive, with a contemporary architectural character and highly articulated build form.

Design exceeds council requirements for resident car parks, alleviating potential impact to street parking in the area.

Car Parking

Design exceeds council requirements for resident car parks, alleviating potential impact to street parking in the area.

An estimated $1,130,000+ will be directly provided to Council in infrastructure contributions to improve local roads, parks, stormwater, etc. from this project.

Local infrastructure

An estimated $1,130,000+ 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 and only three residences per floor.

Designed for owner occupiers

Apartments specifically designed to suit local owner occupier buyers with larger than average apartment sizes and only three residences per floor.

Design Intent

Design Intent

Inspired by the harmonious nature of Burleigh Beach and Burleigh Headland, and the surf itself, the angled nature of the external facade and balconies results in a design which is contemporary and striking while also sympathetic to the existing character of the site.

Reflecting the coastal location and respecting existing Burleigh architecture, the design incorporates a refined palette of colours and materials such as Brickwork, breeze-block and timber detailing.

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Winner of the UDIA Qld Awards for Excellence for Community Engagement in 2019.

It is Mosaic’s belief that we have a social responsibility to ensure our neighbours are aware of what’s happening in their neighbourhood.

We commit to keeping those who are interested in our project informed of what’s happening during the entire process from DA phase to project completion.

Designed for owner occupiers

Designed for owner occupiers

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a 'code assessable' application?

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.

What is a 'code assessable' application?

How will Mosaic aim to reduce impacts during the construction phase?

Winner of the UDIA Qld Awards for Excellence for Community Engagement in 2019.

We commit to keeping those who are interested in our project informed of what’s happening during the entire process from DA phase 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 and more. More information will be provided following the development application process.

How will Mosaic aim to reduce impacts during the construction phase?

Second Avenue, Burleigh Heads

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