Star builder Graya launches first Gold Coast projects – realestate.com.au

Star builder Graya launches first Gold Coast projects - realestate.com.au

Artist renders of Kloud at Palm Seashore by Graya


Luxurious developer Graya has lodged plans for a nine-storey residence tower in Palm Seashore as the corporate prepares to deliver its cutting-edge model of design to the Gold Coast.

Headed up by brothers, Rob and Andrew Grey, Graya has carved a distinct segment constructing showstopping Brisbane houses for high-profile shoppers, together with rugby league nice Darius Boyd and his spouse Kayla, rapper Instance and his spouse, mannequin Erin McNaught, and rugby gamers, Quade Cooper and Israel Folau.

In 2023, the corporate will shift focus to the southeast coastal nook, with a pipeline of 4 initiatives in Palm Seashore, Burleigh Heads and Mermaid Seashore.

The distinctive nine-storey tower proposed for Jefferson Lne, Palm Seashore


Rob Grey mentioned the Gold Coast provided “unrivalled alternative”.

“Not solely is it one among Australia’s best-performing actual property markets, however the alternative for progress and additional growth is unrivalled as an increasing number of international and interstate patrons look to the life-style it gives,” he mentioned.

The proposal submitted to council this week was for a 29m-high constructing on Palm Seashore’s beachside stretch of Jefferson Lne.

Andrew Grey mentioned the undertaking was named ‘Kloud’ for its putting free-form design.

“We opted for the identify Kloud because it displays our imaginative and prescient to deliver sky houses that float above the horizon, with lengthy views alongside the seashore to Burleigh Headland within the north and Currumbin Headland to the south,” he mentioned.

Kloud contains a mixture of two, three, and four-bedroom residences



Kloud contains 20 residences on an 810sq m website, together with a penthouse in addition to 9 two-bedroom models priced from $1.3m, 5 three-bedroom models from $2.8m, and 6 four-bedroom residences from $2.95m.

Rob mentioned the corporate was managing all facets of undertaking design, growth and building with a purpose to keep away from the uncertainty round value hikes and labour shortages which had rocked the trade this yr.

Graya has already lodged plans for its different upcoming Palm Seashore growth, ‘Ripple’, a nine-apartment tower on an absolute beachfront website on Palm Seashore Ave.

Dune at Burleigh Heads will likely be residence to Rob, his spouse Meghan, and their child boy


Resort-style pool and al fresco space on the highest degree


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“When choosing a website, we glance carefully at the entire fundamentals — demand, future infrastructure funding, and life-style,” Rob mentioned.

“After fastidiously assessing these standards, it was a no brainer when choosing Palm Seashore as the best location for our subsequent multi-residential growth.”

“We’re wanting ahead to bringing our award-winning observe report to the Gold Coast and showcasing our modern design and building capabilities. As with all our builds, no expense has been spared with a view to set a brand new benchmark in beachside luxurious dwelling,” mentioned Rob.

Kitchen and dwelling areas are additionally elevated to maximise ocean views



Rob and his spouse, Megahn, bought their Graya-designed mansion in Paddington for a report $8.2m in November, with the couple planning to relocate to Burleigh Heads with their child boy, Hays.

They are going to construct ‘Dune’, a five-bedroom Moroccan-inspired mansion with a glamorous rooftop pool and al fresco space after buying an oceanview website in Might for $2.78m.

“We plan on this residence changing into a flagship undertaking for Graya on the Gold Coast,” mentioned Rob.

Graya’s fourth native undertaking is one other luxurious residence construct on a triple block in Hedges Ave, Mermaid Seashore, often called ‘multimillionaire’s row’.

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