Twisting Twin Tower Development Approved for Surfers Paradise

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Artist's impression of River Terrace building Porte Cochere

A development application for a twin tower development with heights of 34-storeys and 46-storeys has been approved by the Gold Coast City Council.

Located at 2-20 River Terrace, Surfers Paradise, the mixed-use development comprises of 503 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, 280 short term hotel suites and 5 townhomes in the podium levels.

Known as ‘River Terrace’, the architects behind the development, Plus Architecture have designed the towers to twist upwards as they ascend from the podium levels.

According to the architects this twisting tower form gives the development a unique identity on the gold coast skyline. The towers also feature ‘Gold Coast style’ wrap around balconies and floor-to-floor glazing that allows direct views of the ocean, river and hinterland.

Concept sketch of project by Plus Architecture
Artist’s impression of River Terrace development

Developed by Sunnyland Group, the project consists of two stages with stage one being the north tower and stage two the south tower.

Project Rundown:

North Tower (34 storeys)

  • x51 one bedroom apartments
  • x77 two bedroom apartments
  • x25 three bedroom apartments
  • x3 three bedroom penthouses
  • x280 short term hotel suites
  • 436 total dwellings

South Tower (46-storeys)

  • x86 one bedroom apartments
  • x215 two bedroom apartments
  • x43 three bedroom apartments
  • x3 three bedroom penthouses
  • x5 two bedroom townhomes
  • 352 total dwellings

The project includes a full floor recreation deck on level 2 comprising of an infinity pool, gym, spa, communal lounge and dining room, multi-purpose room, yoga/pilates studio and bbq area. A sky bridge also is part of the design connecting the north and south recreation zones.

Aerial image of River Terrace development in Surfers Paradise

The development application number is 201700981.

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