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Renders of Pacific, Palm Beach.“Elegance, style, practicality and comfort are highlighted throughout each fluid apartment where open-plan living blur the lines between inside and out,” Ms Edwards said.“There is a great sense of height and lightness, making the most of the uninterrupted panoramic views. Pacific has a cool elegance about it.”Synergy Property Partners are targeting owner-occupiers wanting prestigious living in a boutique, residential-only building.“We envision strong local interest,” Ms Edwards said.Renders of Pacific, Palm Beach. Renders of Pacific, Palm Beach.Palm Beach emerged as one of the Gold Coast’s newest hot spots two years ago.New mansions, developments, restaurants and people are flowing into the suburb, throwing off its old reputation to become a funky and edgy locale.Property prices have also surged in recent years. Renders of Pacific, Palm Beach.Kollosche Prestige Agents’ Jamie-Lee Edwards said the developers had raised the bar of high-end beachfront apartment living while meeting the demand of owner-occupiers craving a beachfront lifestyle in Palm Beach.“Pacific Palm Beach edges the sands of the Gold Coast’s most in-demand suburb and is within walking distance to a host of renowned eateries and lifestyle meccas,” she said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours ago“Pacific makes it easy for its residents to slot right into the vibrant beach community at its doorsteps,” she said.Designed by architects Plus Architecture, the development offers high-end finishes across every level.Renders of Pacific, Palm Beach. Pacific, Palm Beach is the latest Gold Coast project by Brisbane-based developers Synergy Property Partners.A LUXURY development offering stunning ocean views has hit the market at Palm Beach.Pacific Palm Beach, on Twenty-Third Ave, is the latest Gold Coast project by Brisbane-based developers Synergy Property Partners.The development includes 13 half-floor residences ranging from 230sq m to 239sq m as well as a double-storey beach house and 665sq m penthouse with its own rooftop terrace.Pacific, Palm Beach includes 13 half-floor residences.