Envi creates micro urban living in Southport
Envi, the Gold Coast’s first micro urban village, has been approved for Southport. The $3.5 million development is the brainchild of small lot architecture expert, Amy Degenhart, and leading Gold Coast planner, Nicole Willis.
If you’ve ever wondered what a home might look like if Apple married Ikea and gave birth to a design for modern property purchasers, wonder no more because Envi is exactly that. The micro village consists of nine freehold home and land packages on lots as small as 60 m2 across a 673 m2 parcel. Inspired by major cities around the world, the development has been considered down to the very last inch to ensure the space is functional and perfectly liveable.
Envi, designed to address land shortages and affordability issues, will offer a one-bedroom home from low $300,000, a two-bedroom home from low $400,000 and a three-bedroom home from $500,000 upon its release in July/August 2015. The development, on the corner of Meron Street and Lenneberg Street, is in walking distance to Gold Coast light rail, CBD shops and employment, the new TAFE campus, Chinatown, cafes and boutique restaurants and the Broadwater and is currently seeking for expressions of interest.