Zinc, an eight-storey building with 73 apartments at Kirra.Mr Barrett said the project was ultimately designed for owner-occupiers. “We have a massive impetus on architecture at Big Projects, the Zinc facade incorporates features such as weatherboard, breezeblocks and planter boxes for greenery, which pay tribute to the legacy of Kirra,” he said. CBRE residential director Nick Clydsdale predicted Zinc would be popular with potential buyers that missed out on securing property in the past financial year. “Purchasers are looking for quality homes that don’t comprise on lifestyle or amenity or break the budget,” Mr Clydsdale said.“They’re seeking the best that the Gold Coast lifestyle can offer.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoZinc, an eight-storey building with 73 apartments at Kirra.“Personally for me, I was happy to see a first-home buyer couple purchase a unit as it’s exactly the type of market we were hoping to attract,” he said. “I have been really happy with the response and the fact that it’s been the local market that is responding to the project.”The development is 200m from the beach and features an array of resident facilities including a pool, spa, sauna, outdoor lounge and barbecue facilities. Zinc, an eight-storey building with 73 apartments at Kirra.GOLD Coast buyers have embraced new Kirra development Zinc, with 16 units sold since the project launched last month.Zinc is an eight-storey building on Haig St with 73 one and two-bedroom apartments starting from $399,000.Big Projects director Matthew Barrett said most of the sales were to local investors and owner-occupiers.