As the proud owners of the spectacular $1 billion Jewel project, Yuhu Group Australia has provided the Gold Coast Bulletin with an exclusive preview of the project’s beach edge swimming pool, bars and dining areas.
The newspaper reported that the project’s outdoor features are designed to feel like a seamless extension of the Surfers Paradise beach. It printed new artists impressions of some of the Jewel’s world-class features.
Some Gold Coast city leaders would like to trial the commercialisation of pockets of the beach front with high-end drinking and dining hubs and the Jewel was highlighted as a shining example of how this can be done.
The Jewel’s outdoor areas will be contained to the project site but will offer residents, hotel guests and visitors with easy access to the beach itself. The bars and restaurants will be open for the public to also enjoy, with the pools and gymnasium will be primarily for hotel guests and residents.
Among Jewel’s beach-edge amenities will be:
Project director Jimmy Huang said the Jewel was the first major beachfront resort development on the Gold Coast in more than 30 years.
“The Jewel is designed to take full advantage of a superb location. It will offer a spectacular outlook over the ocean and our expansive pool area, gardens, outdoor terraces, bars and all-day dining spaces are designed to feel like a seamless extension of the beach,” he said.
“Beach-facing amenities make perfect sense in beautiful coastal locations as people feel happy when they can see the sand and water and take in the sea breeze.
“We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to deliver something very special for the Gold Coast beachfront and we think people will be delighted with the end result. We want the Jewel to take people’s breath away,” Mr Huang said.
Yuhu Group also recently revealed plans to increase the space for the dining and bar areas and to attract world-class retailers to the Jewel’s retail areas. The spa and wellness centre will also feature hair and beauty salons as part of the package.
The aim is to create a place that draws people in; somewhere they will love spending their time.
The three Jewel towers are expected to reach maximum construction height in August and the project is targeted for completion by mid-2019.