A new standard in absolute waterfront living


The new 31-storey, $100 million Belvue project is set to become the first high-rise tower to be built in Runaway Bay in almost 35 years.

WITH its absolute Broadwater frontage, meandering canal systems and tree-lined coastal parks, Runaway Bay has always been a secret mecca for those looking to live in laid back luxury.

And with millions of dollars currently being invested into revitalising the area, this unassuming suburb now has even more to offer buyers and investors alike. A boating haven with three marinas and bridge-free access to the Broadwater and Pacific Ocean, Runaway Bay is teeming with beautiful parklands, playgrounds and open spaces to picnic, exercise and relax.

Monaco Property Group is one of the many companies investing in the area, with the developers set to deliver a luxurious new waterfront development, Belvue.

Situated on the water’s edge, next to a world-class marina, this 31-storey, $100 million project will be the first high-rise tower to be built in Runaway Bay in almost 35 years.

Director of NPA Projects Andrew Erwin says the contemporary, full-floor residences – priced from $2.85 million – offer one of the longest view lines on the Gold Coast and are putting this suburb back on the map.

“Belvue, French for beautiful view, is Runaway Bay reimagined,” says Andrew, who has been appointed to market the project. “Sophisticated, luxurious and perfectly located, it boasts absolute water frontage on one of the Gold Coast’s largest and arguably most amazing natural assets – the Broadwater.”

The secured gated estate comprises a collection of 30 luxury entire-floor sky homes and three exclusive triple-storey architecturally designed free-standing homes.

“Residents will be able to enjoy the sunrise from their expansive balcony, watch super yachts cross the mouth of The Spit, take a water taxi from the pontoon to their favourite waterside restaurants or wander along the walkway to the shops along Marine Parade,” Andrew says.

The development features unrivaled resort-style amenities including two swimming pools, hotel-style poolside and waterfront daybeds and cabanas, a swim-up bar/barbeque pavilion, gymnasium, sauna and steam room. Luxe rich gardens and Palm Springs-inspired relaxation areas finish off the development’s 3011 sqm site along with direct access to a private Broadwater cove and boat parking for residents and guests.

While waterfront living in much of the Gold Coast’s south is a pipe dream for most, those with a mind to explore beyond the bounds of the Coast’s better recognised beachfront postcodes will find that Belvue at Runaway Bay presents a unique opportunity.

“You can’t get brand-new waterfront properties for this price anywhere else on the Coast, especially not luxury residences of this quality,” Andrew says. “And as the last high rise development site in Runaway Bay, this is a rare find for those keen to get ahead of the coming wave.”

For those curious to learn more about the development, Belvue is currently taking expressions of interest. Call 1800 633 354 or visit for more.