UNSURPASSED AMENITY AND OCEAN VIEWS FROM EVERY RESIDENCE.
THIS IS BEACHSIDE LIVING AT ITS FINEST.
12-18 PHILIP AVE
Iconic design, luxurious features and unmatched levels of refinement. Signature brings an elevated lifestyle to this desirable Broadbeach location.
“The evolution of the Gold Coast is hugely exciting. Its inherent appeal has always been its natural beauty and an incredible climate. Now with significant infrastructure, steady economic growth, rare investment opportunities plus quality education and premium dining, this is a world-class city that thrives all year round.”
“We have taken full advantage of Signature’s seaside position to create sophisticated interiors that complement the natural landscape. Enjoy relaxed coastal living from the privacy of your very own apartment.”
LJILJANA GAZEVIC DIRECTOR, SJB INTERIORSInteriors
Little Projects, an international-award-winning Melbourne-based property developer, is making its debut on the Gold Coast. Signature Broadbeach is another premium address from Little Projects, with a proud history of creating innovative, superior quality homes that are rich in amenity and delivered to an impeccable standard.MEET THE TEAM
NEW BROADBEACH TOWER OFFERS STUNNING OCEAN VIEWS
3RD DECEMBER 2017
SIGNATURE Broadbeach is designed with the Gold Coast lifestyle at its heart. The latest offering from Little Projects is all about location and capturing the experience of beachside living.Read More
DESIGN A WAY OF LIFE
2ND DECEMBER 2017
Signature Broadbeach is designed with the Gold Coast lifestyle at its heart. The latest offering from Little Projects is all about location and capturing the experience of beachside living. Signature, at 12-18 Philip Ave, Broadbeach will feature 263 apartments across 35 levels. Designed in collaboration with architects Rothelowman, each apartment is oriented to capture ocean views.Read More
PAUL LITTLE UPBEAT ON GOLD COAST AS RIVALS RETREAT
30TH NOVEMBER 2017
Rich-lister developer Paul Little is still confident in the Gold Coast apartment market as offshore and local developers pull back around the country, with unit projects shelved or rebadged for other uses.Read More