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Maud Street, Maroochydore

Location: Maud Street, Maroochydore Client: Son Quynnh Pty Ltd Description: 10 unit Multiple Dwelling and Shop Council: Sunshine Coast Council Project Team: Designed by: Blackburne Jackson Engineering: Barlow Shelley Consulting Engineers Traffic: SLR Consulting

The Esplanade, Maroochydore: 9 units + office | approved

The Esplanade, Maroochydore APPROVED 9 x 3 bedrooms units + office This mixed use development located on the Cottontree Esplanade will be delivered over eight (8) levels and includes two (2) levels of basement car parking. The ground level of the development provides the proposed commercial tenancy, as well as a communal open space pool terrace and secure storage facilities for the residential units. Levels 2-8 will comprise 9 residential units, each with 3 bedrooms.

50 First Avenue, Maroochydore | under construction

ADAMS + SPARKES are part of the team who have assisted Walker Corporation in bringing together this commercial development which is a key piece of the Maroochydore CBD puzzle.  This development will be constructed over fifteen (15) storeys, and would be the first to achieve a high-rise built form that maximises the height allowance offered within the Maroochydore City Centre PDA, representing the first true high-rise built form in the City Centre. As at time of construction commencement (Aug 2023), 50 First Avenue holds the approval for the tallest budling in the CBD. 50 First Avenue represents the single most sophisticated contribution to the commercial office market in the Sunshine Coast Region, and will achieve 5 Star Greenstar and 5 Star NABERS Energy credentials with such elements as rainwater harvesting tanks, solar panels, options for natural ventilation rather than mechanical air conditioning, provision of regenerative drive systems in lifts to redirect excess energy for use elsewhere in the building and Australian first Automated Pneumatic Waste Collection System.

Ten Toes Brewery

Following the ongoing success of their operations on the original site at Sugar Rd, Alexandra Headland, Ten Toes are expanding to a bigger and better premises on Pittards Rd, North Buderim. The additional venue is proposed to feature dining space, including fully equipped private function room, as well as a dedicated brewing area.

Ocean Street, Maroochydore: 100 units, retail & commercial

The proposed Ocean Street project is approved for 12-storeys at a height of 42m. The ground level offers extensive retail space of 1,022m², with the first level approved for 848m² of commercial office space. Approval is in place for 44 serviced apartments for short-term accom, ranging from two-bedroom units to twin key units that can be rented separately, bringing the total to 60 serviced apartments. Additionally, 66 residential units consisting of two and three-bedroom apartments, are approved for this project. The project proposes a large common area on the top of the podium (level 3) with extensive landscaping and recreational spaces. A rooftop featuring a gym and pool area is also proposed for the use of residents as well as being accessible by the general public. The proposed development would include a minimum of 221 car parks, provided across two basement levels, ground level and level one.

A1 – Maroochydore CBD

6 storeys in total. Ground level commercial tenancies to accommodate either a Shop, Bar or Food and Drink Outlet interchangeably. Commercial offices to accommodate professionals, car parking level and outdoor recreation space to be included on the roof top terrace which features a solar panel station to power the development’s energy needs.

Steve Irwin Way, Glenview | Stage 1B – PerfectSwell®

Stage 2 of 2 PerfectSwell® The Sunshine Coast pool, expected to cost $40 million, will use the same technology as surf pools currently operating in Shizunami, Japan, and in the United States at Waco, Texas, and The DreamWorks Water Park in New Jersey. The Japanese facility hit the spotlight as an official training venue for the Tokyo Olympics. Once fully operational, it is estimated that Actventure, Invigorate Resort and PerfectSwell® will support about 320 jobs, with many suited to young people. Approvals Master Plan Approval - Tourist Attraction & Resort Complex Development Permit for Material Change of Use - Resort Complex (160 Villas) and Tourist Attraction (Water Park) Operational Works - Earthworks (Engineering Works - Road Work, Landscaping, Stormwater, Earthworks, Clearing Vegetation, Access & Carparking) Material Change of Use to establish a Resort Complex (74 villas) Material Change of Use to Establish a Tourist Attraction (PerfectSwell®)

Car Parking Station | Maroochydore CBD

9 storey, 350+ carparking facility, to include electric vehicle charging facilities retail & dining. Car parking will be a welcome addition to the Maroochydore CBD , as Walker Corporation continue to move this precinct towards realising its full potential.

City One: Mixed Use Development

Multiple Dwelling Units (7 Units) and Corner Store - The development comprises six (6) two-bedroom units and one (1) three-bedroom unit.

Sunshine Coast Specialist Hospital

Recently approved ! 10 storey private hospital in Maroochydore - The Bright City This development by Barwon Investment Partners & DPA Health, will have a Health Sector Focus involving a world class facility for state-of-the-art health care paired with tertiary teaching curriculum. The hospital component will contain a range of surgical specialties along with ancillary healthcare services to treat the people of the Sunshine Coast, with comprehensive pain management, sports medicine and allied health offerings. This exciting development represents a significant investment in the Sunshine Coast and will see the creation of numerous high value jobs.

Soda Factory, West End

The redevelopment will see the site elevated into a new-look, convenience-based centre anchored by a newly redeveloped full-line Coles Supermarket and an additional 22 specialty stores. A complete revitalisation of the building including major upgrades to the mall scape and outdoor dining spaces celebrates the industrial heritage through materials and detailing to create a relaxed, timeless palette with an urban edge.

Sippy Downs Early Learning Centre

This Childcare Centre approval in Sippy Downs is part of a mixed used building.  105 children, kitchen facilities and play areas filled with bike paths, veggie gardens, sandpits and sunshine!

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