McNab Unveils Elements Budds Beach: Off-the-Plan Sales Commence for Luxurious Gold Coast Residences

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McNab, the esteemed developer and builder, has officially launched off-the-plan sales for its upcoming project, Elements Budds Beach, situated at the intersection of Birt and Oak Aves in the Budds Beach pocket of Surfers Paradise. This boutique development is set to showcase 79 luxurious residences, with construction slated to commence in the middle of 2024.

The award-winning builder has collaborated with the renowned Cottee Parker Architects, who have lent their expertise to the project’s design. The development will offer a range of residences, including two-bedroom apartments starting at $1.095 million, three-bedroom apartments priced from $1.755 million, and sub-penthouses available from $3.725 million.

Key Features of Elements Budds Beach:

  • Prime Surfers Paradise Budds Beach address
  • Developed and built by McNab
  • Architectural design by Cottee Parker Architects
  • 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, limited sub-penthouses
  • Full-floor rooftop amenity
  • Only 79 luxury residences
  • Estimated completion date: November 2026
  • Marketing and sales managed by Ray White New Projects Gold Coast

Resident Amenity Spaces:

  • Poolside BBQ and Teppanyaki Pods
  • Fully equipped gymnasium
  • Rooftop pool with Surfers Paradise views
  • Sauna and hot and cold plunge pools
  • Yoga deck with hinterland views

Nestled in the serene residential enclave of Budds Beach, Elements promises a new standard of barefoot luxury. The 79 residences, characterized by the distinctive sophistication of Cottee Parker Architects’ design, reflect the unique character of Budds Beach. Interior selections draw inspiration from the coastal elements, featuring natural hues, veined natural stones, classic timbers, and subtle curves reminiscent of the shifting sand dunes that define the Gold Coast.

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The residences offer a variety of layouts and views. Two-bedroom apartments feature kitchens opening to ocean-facing balconies, while three-bedroom residences enjoy protected river, ocean, and hinterland views. A limited collection of sub-penthouses boasts spacious layouts, downdraft cooktops, and private balconies.

The crowning jewel of Elements is the full-floor amenity deck, providing 360-degree views. It includes a horizon-edge pool, gym, sauna, hot and cold plunge pools, and a yoga deck overlooking the river. Additionally, a rooftop retreat offers diverse dining options, from elegant private dining to alfresco BBQ and Teppanyaki pods.

McNab have recently celebrated the completion of their 32-storey luxury tower White Main Beach, in the blue-chip Main Beach on Tedder Avenue. White Main Beach was a finalist for best high-rise in Queensland at the 2023 Queensland Urban Development Institute of Australia Awards.

The Elements sales display suite is conveniently located at 3161 Surfers Paradise Blvd, Surfers Paradise, inviting interested buyers to explore the epitome of coastal luxury living.

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