Morris Property Group unveils plans for fifth Burleigh Heads development

Morris Property Group unveils plans for fifth Burleigh Heads development

Morris Property Group, proposed Burleigh Heads project architect drawing.

A new 25 storey residential apartment block could soon be popping up in Burleigh Heads after Queensland-based construction company Morris Property Group (MPG) announced it had submitted plans for the development this week.

The project, proposed for a 2,024sqm site located along the Gold Coast Highway (GCH) next door to MPG’s Boardwalk Burleigh condo hotel, would be the group’s fifth project under development in the area if approved.

Comprising of two and three-bedroom apartments, the proposed building will include four levels of underground car parking and on-site recreational facilities for residents.

“We saw a great opportunity for this site as it's ideally positioned to offer direct access to popular destinations including James Street and Goodwin Terrace,” Morris Property Group director Barry Morris said.

“We've noticed in-market buyers are drawn to the relaxed lifestyle of Burleigh Heads while seeking high quality and functional apartments at an affordable price point.”

Morris Property Group, proposed Burleigh Heads project architect drawing
Architect drawing of proposed 2,024sqm site.

 

Located between Surfers Paradise and Coolangatta, the idyllic Burleigh Heads is known for its surf breaks, towering pine trees and restaurants.

Situated within a minute’s walk of the beach and 300 metres to the popular local entertainment precinct, the site at 1873-1875 GCH was acquired in 2021 through Antonio Mercuri’s GV Property Group.

Designed by Canberra-based architects Guida Moseley and Brown, the style of the building has been conceptualised to integrate with the surrounding area. 

Morris Property Group, proposed Burleigh Heads project architect drawing
Architect drawing of proposed Burleigh Heads project located along the Gold Coast Highway.

 

Established in Canberra in 1978, Morris Property Group is involved in property investment, asset management, development and construction across ACT, NSW and QLD.

MPG is currently developing a residential apartment building in Burleigh - Sandbar Burleigh Beach - as well as a new office and shopping destination, Mermaid Plaza, in Mermaid Beach – both of which are currently under construction.

MPG has additionally lodged proposals for a 37-storey building, consisting of 157 apartments, known as Crest Broadbeach. It also recently submitted plans for a nine-level boutique apartment building comprising 16 high-end three-bedroom apartments named Malo Broadbeach, with both projects set to launch in the coming months.

Help us deliver quality journalism to you.
As a free and independent news site providing daily updates
during a period of unprecedented challenges for businesses everywhere
we call on your support

Looking for a credit or charge card that’s built for your business? Try American Express
Partner Content
A good credit card should work for you, not against you, and let you and your business ...
American Express
Advertisement

Related Stories

ACCC cracks down on greenwashing, fake online reviews

ACCC cracks down on greenwashing, fake online reviews

The nation’s consumer watchdog is cracking down on businesses...

Going green: Investible backs eight climate tech companies through $30 million fund

Going green: Investible backs eight climate tech companies through $30 million fund

A cohort of eight innovative technology companies contributing to d...

Devine abandons Alba to upsize at Burleigh Heads with $400m Burly tower

Devine abandons Alba to upsize at Burleigh Heads with $400m Burly tower

In a sign that the heat has yet to come out of the Gold Coast prope...

Mandatory COVID isolation to end nationally mid-October

Mandatory COVID isolation to end nationally mid-October

National Cabinet has today determined that mandatory isolation peri...