Exclusive: REMI Residences Bucks Trend with Immediate Availability of 49 Luxury Homes in the Heart of Broadbeach

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The curtain has risen on one of the Gold Coast’s most distinctive luxury apartment endeavours, as the $256 million Remi Residences in central Broadbeach is officially launched.

Led by Ian Malouf and Peter Wilding, the REMI Residences project presents 49 luxury residences, a notable departure from the typical pre-sale model prevalent in the market. These residences, already constructed, are set to make their grand debut on Friday, May 3, 2024, welcoming potential buyers to explore their future abode, untouched and never to have hit the market until now.

^The Remi Residences Beachscape Views over Broadbeach
^The Remi Residences Beachscape Views over Broadbeach

“We’ve got a very unique offering in Remi Residences where buyers can actually touch and feel the apartments they are going to be purchasing,” said Ian Malouf, Founder of MFG Global, the overarching brand that REMI Residences sits under.

“REMI Residences presents an exclusive opportunity for buyers in search of quality and style. Buyers can have it all and have it now! They can physically see and experience the apartments all before putting down a deposit. We didn’t want to subject buyers to years of uncertainty. They want assurance throughout their journey and with REMI Residences they can get a real sense of the space, the outlook, and the feel of each apartment”.

“From a lifestyle perspective, we had the vision of creating a space that feels like a luxury hotel with all the important amenities, but also feels like home. This vision, partnered with the ability for buyers to purchase completed stock is where I believe we’ve been able to differentiate ourselves from the other developers here on the Gold Coast” said Peter Wilding, Chief Executive Officer of MFG Global.

Nestled in the heart of Broadbeach, this striking 30-level tower boasts an array of 49 apartments, comprising 15 two-bedroom, 27 three-bedroom, and 7 four-bedroom residences. Ranging from 107sqm to a lavish 1200sqm, with an average size exceeding 250sqm, each residence offers spacious layouts, meticulously designed kitchens, fully equipped laundries, and expansive open-plan living areas.

Priced from $2.5 million, these residences promise a luxurious lifestyle, with amenities such as spa treatment rooms, saunas, steam rooms, and a 15-meter lap pool ensuring residents have access to top-tier wellness facilities. The pinnacle of opulence lies in the three-story, six-bedroom penthouse, spanning over 1200sqm and featuring a private swimming pool and rooftop Padel Ball court.

Beyond the lavish interiors, REMI Residences caters to social gatherings with a private function space equipped with a fully stocked kitchen, bar, and alfresco lounge balcony. Adding to the allure, residents will have the convenience of booking and utilizing two Tesla electric vehicles at their leisure, elevating the upscale living experience to new heights.

“Imagine unwinding in state-of-the-art spa facilities or hosting your next get-together in our private function space – it’s all here for you. And with our prime location, you’re just steps away from the best the Gold Coast has to offer. We can’t wait for everyone to come and see what REMI living is all about”, said Mr Malouf.

Designed by BDA Architecture and built by the esteemed Hutchinson Builders, the REMI Residences enjoys a rare central Broadbeach location, providing residents with easy access to the bustling Broadbeach Mall. This prime location offers a wealth of dining, retail, and nightlife options within walking distance. Additionally, the renowned Gold Coast beaches are just a two-minute walk away, providing residents with convenient access to the beautiful coastline for relaxation and recreation.

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