Luxe $70-million Rainbow Bay project Flow Residences hits the market
Whether you’ve got a cool $1.175-million to spare or you’re just here for the design inspo, Coolangatta’s newly launched Flow Residences will surely catch your discerning eye. The dreamy 22-apartment residents-only project, featuring sweeping views over Rainbow Bay and the iconic Snapper Rocks surf break, has just hit the market. Take a peek inside …
The $70-million beachside residence is the latest project from avid surfer and local property developer Paul Gedoun of S & S Projects, who has set out to share his love affair with one of the world’s most famous surfing spots, Snapper Rocks. Perched atop an elevated north-facing site on the corner of Petrie Street and Marine Parade, the project directly overlooks the pristine Greenmount Beach and Rainbow Bay, with each apartment capturing spectacular ocean views of the pointbreak and the coastline.
Award-winning architect Cottee Parker, responsible for the Queen’s Wharf residential resort in Brisbane, are behind the design of Flow Residences, with each apartment aiming to blend the simplicity of a traditional coastal shack with luxury design, superior finishes and functional amenities. It all begins at ground level, devoted entirely to resident amenities including a beach club with a recreation deck, a private-dining area, wine cellars, functions spaces, a gym and (of course) board lockers for the keen surfers. The 22 Flow Residence apartments are spread across 12 levels, and are available in two-, three- and four-bedroom formats. Prices start from $1.175 million. For more information, head to the website.