The sought-after suburb is known for the old-school beach houses perched along the Gold Coast Highway and sleepy backstreets, which served as the inspiration for the 14-level boutique apartment tower which is slated to join Jefferson Lane. Development approval has just been granted to Hirsch & Faigen for its first Gold Coast project, Hemingway, which will sit along the iconic Palm Beach laneway. A multi-storey reimagining of the quintessential Gold Coast beach house is the inspiration for the projects, which will feature wraparound decks and expansive beachfront vistas.
Delivering a total of 78 residences over 14 storeys, Hemingway has been designed by award-winning architects Rothelowman with the aim of delivering a design-led project that complements its surroundings. The end design of the residential tower is streamlined to maximise panoramic views and ensure the development’s focus is the natural surroundings and breachfront lifestyle that draw ocean-lovers to the increasingly exclusive suburb.