The first residential apartment building the highly anticipated new Queen Street Village development on the former hospital site in the heart of Southport has been released to the market.
The Palladium tower forms a major residential component of the $550-million masterplanned project, which spans a 3.2 hectare parcel on the corner of Little High and Nerang Streets.
The 17-level Palladium residential tower will feature a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments in a variety of configurations, with prices starting from $345,000.
The Palladium tower will feature a retail piazza on the ground floor, forming part of the masterplanned community’s overarching commercial offering that will also include a dining precinct, medical centre, supermarket and a cinema complex.
The Queen Street Village community, which heralds a new era for the former Gold Coast Hospital site and the surrounding areas, will be developed in stages over the next six to eight years. The project, which is one of the most significant new developments to be launch on the Gold Coast for some time, will incorporate three residential buildings, two buildings of over-55 living and a 160-room hotel.
Originally published in The Weekend Edition here.
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