Designing the Gold Coast’s largest tourism project in decades is all in a day’s work for Queensland-based architects Jayson Blight and Michael Rayner who are no strangers to working at scale having worked on some of the Gold Coast’s significant, award-winning public and community projects, as well as one of China’s largest museum projects.Details
The Gold Coast Integrated Resort (GCIR) is the largest and most exciting tourism project on the Gold Coast in decades. It will provide a new global waterfront destination and world-class coastal icon, elevating the city’s status on the world stage.
The project features a world-class casino, iconic waterfront piazza, multiple five and six star hotels, signature restaurants, theatres, shows and entertainment, luxury and boutique retail precincts, serviced residences and conference facilities.
Worth an estimated $3 billion, the Gold Coast Integrated Resort will provide an immediate and ongoing investment into the Gold Coast’s future, with benefits flowing across Queensland.
ASF unveils latest plans for $3 billion integrated resort development at the southern spit. The multi-billion dollar Integrated Resort Development will include a world-class casino, three branded five and six star hotels, signature restaurants, theatres, shows and entertainment, luxury and boutique retail precincts, serviced residences and meeting and conference facilities.Details
ASF CONSORTIUM CONFIRMS COMMITMENT TO DELIVERING WORLD CLASS DESTINATION AS GOLD COAST INTEGRATED RESORT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS RESUMES
ASF Consortium has confirmed that, as a result of its ongoing engagement with the State Government, agreement has been reached to resume the Gold Coast Integrated Resort Development process.Details
STATE GOVERNMENT AND ASF CONSORTIUM COMMITTED TO WORK TOGETHER TO CREATE JOBS AND INVESTMENT INTO QUEENSLAND
ASF Consortium and the Queensland Government have today reaffirmed their commitment to work together to create significant jobs and investment into Queensland through identifying positive solutions to move the Integrated Resort Development (IRD) project forward.Details