S&S Projects Launches Luxury $200 Million Radia Development at Rainbow Bay

S&S Projects Radia Residences Rainbow Bay
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S&S Projects has unveiled its latest development at Rainbow Bay: the $200 million luxury Radia, the developer’s most extravagant residential offering in the highly coveted southern Gold Coast beachfront enclave.

Radia marks the fourth luxury project by S&S Projects at Rainbow Bay over the past four years, following the successes of Flow, Awaken, and Esprit. These previous ventures have collectively generated a $280 million sellout for the company, transforming the Gold Coast’s southernmost coastal village into one of the city’s premier luxury lifestyle destinations.

Radia is set to elevate this legacy with a 14-level development on an elevated 1,335 sqm site at 271 Boundary Street, at the corner of Petrie Street, adjacent to the Awaken project and near the Point Danger lookout. It will feature 38 premium apartments, offering spacious two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom layouts. Over half of these apartments are three-bedroom units, catering primarily to owner-occupiers and downsizers. Additionally, there will be a limited release of eight expansive sub-penthouses with four and five bedrooms, further enhancing Rainbow Bay’s premium residential offerings.

The top two floors of Radia are reserved for a pair of exclusive penthouse apartments, each spanning two levels and featuring private rooftop swimming pools and entertainment areas with 360-degree ocean and hinterland views.

S&S Projects has enlisted the expertise of architects Cottee Parker and landscaping specialists Dunn Moran, who have set a high standard for luxury living at Rainbow Bay with their previous work on Flow, Awaken, and Esprit.

S&S Projects Director Paul Gedoun expressed his excitement about the group’s latest project.

“Radia is our most luxurious development yet for Rainbow Bay and builds on a unique portfolio that from the very outset has resonated with premium apartment buyers,”

“We’ve taken on board all the buyer feedback from a successful trio of projects at Rainbow Bay to create a design that we believe is perfect for today’s market. This includes some of the most sophisticated amenities for residents to be found in any development on the Gold Coast.”

Radia aims to deliver the pinnacle of resort-style coastal living with uninterrupted water views spanning ocean vistas and local waterways. The development site, just meters from the NSW border, offers a southern aspect overlooking Carlin Family Park, Duranbah Beach, Cook Island, and the Tweed River. To the north, residences will capture views of Coolangatta Beach, Rainbow Bay, and extend to Surfers Paradise.

^Views to Northern New South Wales from Radia at Rainbow Bay (Image: S&S Projects)
^Views to Northern New South Wales from Radia at Rainbow Bay (Image: S&S Projects)

The southernmost part of the Gold Coast is a prime location for surfing enthusiasts, with five world-renowned surf spots, including the famous Snapper Rocks, within walking distance. Rainbow Bay is especially popular with buyers for being the only north-facing bay on the Gold Coast oceanfront, providing protection from most prevailing winds and ensuring year-round enjoyment of the beachfront.

“We’re proud to be presenting our fourth development at Rainbow Bay, truly a hidden gem on the Gold Coast, with its village atmosphere, vibrant community, and unique culture of its own,” said Gedoun. “We have already fielded several enquiries for Radia apartments ahead of the official launch and we look forward to proceeding with the project as soon as possible.”

Rainbow Bay is conveniently located just 10 minutes from the Gold Coast Airport, offering easy access for holidaymakers and downsizers looking to benefit from remote working opportunities.

Meanwhile, S&S Projects is progressing with the construction of Esprit, expected to be completed by the end of this year. Construction of Radia is slated to commence in early 2025.

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