The first absolute beach-front apartment development in Glenelg for more than 20 years.

An influx of hard harts and steel cap boots has infiltrated the “flip-flop“ dominated beachside suburb of Glenelg.

If you’ve driven down the Esplanade south of Moseley Square, you will have noticed the 52 apartment building taking shape; and the first Tower Crane in Glenelg in over a decade rivalling the height of the iconic Norfolk Island Pines.

A contemporary landmark amongst old-school charm, Glenelg is home to a large number of historical buildings. A portion of funds earnt from the sale of apartments at #8 will be funnelled into restoration of the State Heritage Listed “Seafield Tower“ Mansion; built in 1878 and right next door to the new development.

“It’s represents a timeline of construction evolution and it’s sitting side by side,“ says David Coen, Acura Sales Manager.
The seafront environment represents a unique set of challenges for the builder and contractors. Increased levels of salt and moisture in the air can present corrosion issues.

Acura supplied hot dip galvanised (HDG) cable tray, compliant to AS/NZS4680, ISO1461, as well as stainless steel pipe supports and fixings which will withstand the coastal conditions.

If the hills are more your calling than the beach, you can still have the best of both worlds; the penthouse features a 142sqm wraparound balcony and 270 degree views.

8 Esplanade, Glenelg, SA - Acura is supplying building materials