How many apartments are in Circle on Cavill?

How many apartments are in Circle on Cavill?

644 apartments
Circle on Cavill spans a 1.4 hectare site and comprises two towers – South Tower (48 levels, 279 units) and North Tower (68 levels,> 365 units), totalling 644 apartments.

How many floors is the Mantra Circle on Cavill?

Take in the panoramic views from one of the two Mantra Circle on Cavill towers, the tallest stretching 69 storeys high. You really are on top of it all here at Mantra Circle on Cavill in the heart of Surfers Paradise.

What level is the pool on Circle on Cavill?

Resort facilities include a residents club lounge on level 4 for all guests, three resort pools including a lagoon pool with water features (North Tower), a 25 m heated indoor swimming pool (South Tower) and a 25 m lap pool and 10-seater spa on sun terrace.

When was Chevron Renaissance built?

Chevron Renaissance
Coordinates 27°59′56.2812″S 153°25′42.9960″E
Completed In stages from 2000 through to March 2005
Owner 713 individually owned residential lots
Design and construction

How tall is Circle on Cavill?

The North Tower is 68 storeys high and was completed in July 2007. The North Tower is also known as Tower 2 or Circle Skyrise. There are 7 high speed lifts servicing the residents in the North Tower. Four lifts service apartments from levels 5 – 43.

How many floors is Chevron Renaissance?

Chevron Renaissance Resort Skyline Central Tower 3 is 39 floors. The top two levels have recently been fully renovated to include a penthouse.

What is the oldest hotel on the Gold Coast?

After over 100 years of operation, the Hotel Cecil, also referred to as the Cecil Hotel and B. DeMille’s, is the oldest public house on the Gold Coast to maintain its original name throughout all its years of operation.

Who owns Chevron Renaissance?

Chevron Renaissance is a $400 million development on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia comprising 713 individually owned residential lots located above the Chevron Renaissance Shopping Centre….

Chevron Renaissance
Owner 713 individually owned residential lots
Design and construction
Developer Raptis Group

Who started Surfers Paradise?

* A coastal road from Brisbane was completed in 1923. * In 1923 James Cavill paid £40 for a block of land and proceeded to build his famous Surfers Paradise Hotel. The hotel opened in 1925. * The Jubilee Bridge over the Nerang River was completed in 1925.

What was the first high rise in Surfers Paradise?

the Kinkabool
The first highrise in Surfers Paradise was erected in 1959 and was named the Kinkabool. The Kinkabool stood 10 stories high and remains to this day in Hanlan Street.

How high is Chevron Renaissance?

The complex occupies a block which stretches from Gold Coast Highway in the east, west to Ferny Avenue; from the Circle on Cavill buildings to the south; half way towards Cavill Avenue; and north to Elkhorn Avenue. Skyline is 38 storeys high, Skyline North is 50 storeys and Skyline Central is 40 storeys high.

Why is the Gold Coast called gold?

The Gold Coast was originally known as the South Coast (because it was south of Brisbane). However, over-inflated prices for real estate and other goods and services led to the nickname of “Gold Coast” from 1950. South Coast locals initially considered the name “Gold Coast” derogatory.

What was Surfers Paradise called before?

In the following years Cavill pushed to have the name Elston changed to Surfers’ Paradise. The suburb was officially renamed on 1 December 1933 after the local council felt the Surfers Paradise name was more marketable. In July 1936 Cavill’s timber hotel burnt to the ground and was rebuilt the following year.

Is it safe to go to Surfers Paradise?

Like anywhere in the world, there are always risks associated with being out at night, however, assuming you are responsible and aware of your surroundings, Surfers paradise is safe at night.

Are there sharks in the Gold Coast canals?

Since 2002 there have been two fatal shark attacks in canals and lakes and local newspapers regularly run stories about the waterways are teeming with aggressive bull sharks. If you want to swim, go to the beach, don’t jump in a lake, and never paddle in the canals, especially at dawn or dusk when sharks are hunting.

What is the Aboriginal name for Gold Coast?

The Yugambeh (/ˌjʊɡʌmbɛər/ YOO-gum-BERR (see alternative spellings), also known as the Minyangbal (/ˌmɪnjʌŋbʌl/ MI-nyung-BUHL, are an Aboriginal Australian people of south-east Queensland and the Northern Rivers of New South Wales, their territory lies between the Logan and Tweed rivers.

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