Kirra Beach Evolution: Pyco Group Proposes Stunning 13-Story Luxury Apartment Haven

Pyco Kirra Beach Tower Render
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Kirra is set to transform yet again, with Sydney based developer Pyco Group submitting an application for a 13-level luxury apartment tower in the heart of vibrant Kirra Beach on the Gold Coast.

Pyco Group is gearing up for stunning project that involves reshaping a strategic corner plot situated just a stone’s throw away from Kirra Beach. The ambitious plan entails the construction of a 14-story tower comprising 97 apartments. Pyco’s strategic move involves consolidating four distinct sites—10 and 12 Churchill Street, 17 Miles Street, and 51 Winston Street—culminating in a spacious 2,044 sqm canvas for their visionary project, aptly named “Kirra Beach Residences” in the submitted planning application.

Pyco Group Kirra Beach Location Map Aerial
Pyco Group Kirra Beach Location Map Aerial

Ascending to a height of 13 levels of apartment living, the tower then culminates on the 14th floor at the rooftop level. Among the envisioned 97 apartments within, the majority comprises 79 expansive 3-bedroom units. The remaining 18 units feature a combination of 2-bedroom layouts, encompassing 12 with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and an additional 6 with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a versatile multi-purpose room.

Pyco Group Kirra - Level 1 Floorplate (DAH Architecture)
Pyco Group Kirra – Level 1 Floorplate (DAH Architecture)

Encompassing a generous 623m2, the tower will boast communal open spaces and amenity areas tailored to offer residents a diverse array of recreational experiences. The ground level is thoughtfully designed to host an expansive and interactive landscaped communal recreation space, fostering a positive connection with the streetscape outside. At this level, the development features an elevated pedestrian entrance and a communal recreation deck. This communal zone comprises a pool, landscaped area, barbecue and dining space, lobby, and a resident’s wellbeing centre, complete with a gym/yoga room, sauna, and media room, ensuring a connection with the surrounding streetscapes and a lifestyle element for the tower’s residents.

Pyco Group - Amenity Level Render
Pyco Group – Amenity Level Render
External Render of the "Kirra Beach Residences" from Churchill Street
External Render of the “Kirra Beach Residences” from Churchill Street

The planning application states the tower will bring much needed housing options for the area and will contribute to housing choice and affordability in Coolangatta.

Mewing Planning Consultants have coordinated the preparation of the planning application report on behalf of the Pyco Group, while the central Kirra tower is crafted by DAH Architecture.

Recognizing Coolangatta as a Priority Growth Area, as outlined in the Gold Coast City Plan, the renowned beachside strip bordering NSW has witnessed a surge in apartment projects in recent times. The southern region of the Gold Coast is currently experiencing a substantial transformation, evolving into a vibrant hub of development activity specifically catering to health and wellness-oriented buyers seeking a lifestyle-centric investment opportunity.

Pyco have been busy in the Southeast Queensland market, with their Brisbane projects, Nouveau in Albion along with The Bailey and Atelier in West End, all pressing full steam ahead in their various stages of delivery.

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