Elevated Opulence: Kirra Beach Welcomes Gold Coast’s Pinnacle Penthouse in the $75M Emerson Project

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In a grand reveal, the nearly sold-out $75 million Emerson project by Melbourne developers Hirsch and Faigen, is making its final preparations, showcasing one of the most opulent penthouses ever to grace the southern Gold Coast.

Nestled within the intimate Kirra beach community and reaching a soaring 13 stories, the Emerson’s four-bedroom mega penthouse is now available for offers surpassing $10 million. Crafted by the acclaimed Brisbane design firm Rothelowman, the architecturally stunning penthouse boasts four bedrooms, each featuring its own ensuite and balcony, along with a study and a spacious multipurpose room adaptable to the buyer’s preferences as a media room, home office, or fifth bedroom.

Matt George, Head of Sales for Hirsch & Faigen, describes the penthouse as “undoubtedly one of the most exclusive ever seen on the Gold Coast, setting a benchmark for the southern beaches.” With 3.2m ceilings, a seamless design flow, and expansive wall-length windows offering cinematic views of Kirra, the penthouse provides an unparalleled private oasis to marvel at the exquisite surroundings.

The Emerson Penthouse views in Kirra facing north to Surfers Paradise
The Emerson Penthouse views in Kirra facing north to Surfers Paradise
The Emerson Penthouse in Kirra, direct ocean views.
The Emerson Penthouse in Kirra, direct ocean views.

The living spaces are equally lavish, comprising a generous living area, dining zone, and a kitchen equipped with premium Gaggenau appliances and a full butler’s pantry. Expansive dual balconies provide breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, capitalizing on the unique north-facing beachfront position to capture stunning sunrises and sunsets.

The Emerson Penthouse stnunning luxury kitchen.
The Emerson Penthouse stnunning luxury kitchen.
The luxury bathroom with open views.
The luxury bathroom with open views.
The Emerson Penthouse's bedroom render with views facing south.
The Emerson Penthouse’s bedroom render with views facing south.

Emerson’s strategic location, just a 150m stroll from Kirra Beach, positions the penthouse conveniently close to the recently completed Kirra Beach Hotel and Kirra Beach House. All three projects are being constructed by Hutchinson Builders, one of Queensland’s largest and most reputable builders.

Daniel Faigen of Hirsch and Faigen emphasizes the unique appeal, stating,

“There will never be another penthouse of this caliber on the southern Gold Coast, where world-class surf breaks roll into your doorstep, and unmatched views welcome you from every angle.”

The pinnacle of the collection of 27 apartments within Emerson, the sky-high masterpiece, is in high demand, with all units swiftly disappearing from the market within months of release.

Adding to the allure, an exclusive work-life lounge on the ground floor of Emerson provides residents with a sanctuary overlooking lush parkland and the beachfront. Private alcoves and seating create an idyllic beachside environment for work and relaxation, complemented by a north-facing outdoor sun lounge near a resort-style pool surrounded by sub-tropical landscaping.

As the scaffolding begins to come down, full construction completion for the Emerson project is imminent, with residents anticipated to move in by April 2024. Hirsch & Faigen, the Melbourne-based developer, marks Emerson as its second Gold Coast project following the success of its Palm Beach debut, Hemingway. The third project, Yves Mermaid Beach, is well underway and expected to be completed in December 2024.

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