Apr 15, 2021 | News, Projects, Residential

Pavilion, North Kirra – Stage 2

Project:       Pavilion, North Kirra – Stage 2
Client:          Woollam Constructions
Architect:   O’Neill Architecture
Value:           $27 million

North Kirra is one of the Gold Coast’s most laid-back beach destinations with a long sandy shoreline that is irresistible to walkers, surfers and swimmers. With high-quality, pet-friendly independent living apartments over 10 levels, The Pavilion North Kirra will provide an exceptional beachside lifestyle only metres from the sand. This is going to be retirement living at its very best!

Opening in the second half of 2021 at 3-5 Lang Street, The Pavilion North Kirra will offer unmatched maintenance-free, independent retirement living with stunning ocean views. Delight in breathtaking ocean or hinterland views from your balcony or potter in the communal rooftop garden. The Pavilion’s residents will share a range of community facilities and inviting outdoor spaces with support and care on hand if needed. The 10-storey village offers 68 apartments of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms and a Café and retail spaces will be included on the ground floor.

The Pavilion is close to a range of facilities including restaurants and cafés, the North Kirra Surf Club, Gold Coast Airport, the John Flynn Hospital, easy north-south travel with the Gold Coast Highway and access to the casino and popular entertainment venues at Coolangatta-Tweed Heads. There’s also a convenient bus stop at The Pavilion’s door.

Shared facilities include community facilities in Stage 1, shop spaces, reception, sales office, library and function spaces. Additional shared facilities are being in Stage 2, including the swimming pool, outdoor recreation, gym, change rooms and tenancy spaces. A rich diversity of community spaces will be provided at the ground level for easy access for the residents of both buildings. Services are to be shared between Stage 1 and Stage 2, including fire pump, hydrant and sprinkler tank, transformer, main switchboard, refuse storage and collection. Vehicle access for basement entry and street loading zone are also shared. An integrated landscape is proposed for around, between and within community residential areas.

MDA Consulting Engineers were pleased to be engaged by Woollam Constructions for Mechanical and Electrical services design components, NBN Connection Application and Pathway Design Approvals, and NCC Section J Building Fabric Energy Compliance Review and Certification for this project.

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