Project: The Catalina, Chevron Island
Client: Marquee Development Partners
Architect: BDA Architecture
Value: $3-4 million
The Catalina, rising boldly on the waterfront of Chevron Island, draws inspiration from the Art Deco influences and vibrant village atmosphere of South Beach Miami, representing striking architectural style and boasting a prime central location on prestigious Stanhill Drive. Developed by Marquee Developments and designed by the acclaimed BDA architecture firm, The Catalina will bring 75 two and three-bedroom residences with sweeping views of the Nerang River, connecting this unique island site with the Gold Coast’s famous beaches to the east and the highly anticipated Home of the Arts (HOTA) cultural precinct to the south.
Centrally located in the heart of the Gold Coast, Chevron Island enjoys a rich history as one of the first exclusive residential islands to be developed in the city, positioned within the island offers a peaceful tree-lined neighbourhood surrounded by some of the Gold Coast’s premier waterfront homes. Situated between the island’s retail village and the brand-new green bridge connecting Chevron Island to the newly reinvigorated Home of the Arts, the central location allows residents to enjoy a lifestyle filled with great food, coffee, wine, music and arts.
The Catalina embodies the pinnacle of luxury apartment living with an unbeatable selection of resident amenities that promotes wellness as well as lifestyle. Residents can take advantage of the incredible amenities right at their doorstep including Resort Pool, Sauna, Rooftop Pavilion and Lounges, Outdoor Entertainer’s Kitchen and BBQ, Yoga, Hydrotherapy Shower, Treatment Rooms, Residents’ Dining, Gymnasium, and Private Cinema. The rooftop pavilion captures panoramic views of the Gold Coast skyline, waterways and HOTA, and provides a front-row seat for fireworks, light shows and live events.
MDA Consulting Engineers were pleased to be engaged by Marquee Development Partners for Electrical and Hydraulic services design, NBN Connection Application and Pathway Design Approvals for this project.