$900m Eco Jewel Design Finalised for Public Scrutiny

RDG, the Chinese-backed company developing a $900 million eco-friendly tourism resort along the Surfers Paradise beachfront, has just released the latest details of the triple-tower project known as Jewel and it wants the community to have its say.

RDG chief executive Steven Haggart said the project will feature a six-star resort of 45 levels with a central podium of three levels and would include luxury apartments, restaurants, cafes, beach club, day spa, conference rooms and even a recording studio for visiting artists.

The hotel operator has yet to be revealed.

RDG said it had been working closely with the local business community, the city council and state government to create a “distinctive world-class destination”.

“We’ve created a sub-tropical, water-themed oasis with cascading pools, 12 food and beverage outlets and a beachfront beach club where locals can enjoy all-day dining and even a beer right on the beach,” Mr Haggart said.

Jewel is on a 1.13ha site on the corner of Wharf and Old Burleigh roads at the southern end of Surfers Paradise.

RDG, the Australian subsidiary of the Chinese backed Ridong Group, bought the site formerly known as Pacific Beach for $81.8 million in 2009.

The project is scheduled to open in 2015.

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