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Midwater


Project Description:


Midwater residences are located at 3496 Main Beach Parade flanked by Cable Park to the North, Main Beach to the East and Nerang River to the west. The 1200sqm site fronts Main Beach Parade with a 19m long North facing aspect overlooking Cable Park. This unique positioning provides protected views and a strong connection to the surrounding natural environment.
The building form is a sculptural icon, with soft curves and translucent layers, reminiscent of the rippling seawater, formed into an architectural landmark.
The apartments are collections of elegant and open light-filled spaces with living areas flowing effortlessly from inside to outside over large balconies and onwards to distant views of the ocean and hinterland beyond. Generous master bedrooms are positioned with connection to private juliette balconies maximising the sense of spaciousness, natural ventilation and spectacular views.
From the start, the project team envisaged a residential tower that felt more like a resort than a residence. The extensive resident’s amenities are central to delivering this outcome.

Inspired by the natural coastal surrounds, a combination of soft curves and modern lines create a sophisticated yet relaxed interior. Delivering a residential home that feels more like a resort. An outcome envisaged by the project team from the beginning.
Designed with natural elegance in mind the Residences are privileged with the selection of three specifically curated interior colour schemes; ‘Dune’, ‘Dawn’, and ‘Drift.’
Each apartment has a contemporary minimalist design containing a touch of brushed nickel from the quality fixtures and fittings highlighting the naturally elegant ambiance of Midwater.

“A Timeless Architectural Icon fronting Gold Coast’s most Exclusive Beach”
– midwater.com.au

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