CeVue has been carefully planned over the past four years. Cape Bouvard has worked with the City of Stirling to meet the expectations outlined in the State Government’s coastal policy.
CeVue has been carefully planned over the past four years. Cape Bouvard has worked with the City of Stirling to meet the expectations outlined in the State Government’s coastal policy. CeVue needed not only to provide for quality residential living with street interaction through open cafes or restaurants, but also have a short-stay accommodation component to promote tourism opportunities and further Scarborough as a hub on the coastline.Cape Bouvard sees the construction of CeVue as the catalyst for the rejuvenation of the Scarborough beachfront precinct.
The design services of Woodhead International were enlisted for the site, located at the junction of The Esplanade, Brighton Road and West Coast Highway.
The CeVue design consists of an eight-level mid-rise building with uninterrupted ocean views west to Rottnest. The building allows for 78 apartments with interiors again designed by Jodie Cooper of Jodie Cooper Design.
A separate luxury boutique hotel, alongside commercial office space and restaurant space at ground level with an address on the Esplanade overlooking the coast, has also been incorporated.
Cape Bouvard’s marketing and sales manager, Greg Byrne says CeVue is the first new development on the Scarborough beachfront in 15 years.
“Theses apartments are at the luxury end of the market, offering high level fixtures and finishes,” says Greg. “The little things are taken into consideration such as ensuring that each apartment’s design achieves flow through ventilation, taking advantage of its coastal position.”
Integrated amenities such as hotels, cafes and restaurants make the Cape Bouvard projects appealing for easy living. A range of living arrangements allow two bedroom apartments for singles and couples, and up to five bedrooms for those requiring more space.