Chevron Island will soon become home to Chevron One, a 40 level apartment tower, offering 247 apartments wrapped in wave-inspired architecture.

The new project will pay homage to the nearby Gold Coast Cultural Precinct,  incorporating two art exhibition spaces as part of its recreational offering.

The building is the first Queensland project for Bensons Property Group, which has been acclaimed for the quality of its residential developments throughout Melbourne, having delivered over $2 billion in projects in almost 25 years.

Bensons’ founder and chairman, Elias Jreissati, is renowned for his affinity and support of the arts community, and Chevron One is no exception.

“Chevron One is an arts-inspired residential project that will bring a quality of development never seen in the island enclave,” said Bensons’ Managing Director, Rick Curtis.

“Chevron One will include sculptural works by artists such as James Parrett and Deborah Halpern. It will respect the vision of the cultural precinct, the thriving village and close-knit community that is Chevron Island.”

Curtis stated that this benchmark apartment development would appeal to a wide buyer demographic, from discerning owner occupiers through to long-term investors.

“Chevron One has been designed to offer local owner occupiers a refreshing change from the usual apartment developments of the Gold Coast, which largely target the investor and holiday markets,” Curtis said.

“We’ve received significant local and national interest from buyers.”

With development approvals in place, the Marchese Partners-designed Chevron One is poised to take shape at 36-44 Stanhill Drive, a mere 500 metres from the heart of Surfers Paradise.

Buyers have the choice of one, two, three, or four bedroom apartments, with each featuring seamless indoor to outdoor living spaces.

Each apartment contains contemporary finishes such as stone bench tops, timber floors, luxurious bathrooms, and kitchens designed by celebrity chef Shannon Bennett.

Residents will have access to indoor and outdoor pools, a barbecue area, al fresco dining, gymnasium, yoga and sculpture garden, residents lounge, and bicycle racks.

Construction of the tower is scheduled to be complete by early 2020.

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