High value brand recognition, protecting your purchaser’s investment.

Epsilon is the second tower in The Star Residences, a shining star at the point of the $2 billion masterplan development. This uniquely Australian brand encompasses the Australian landscape, with its name resonating the southern constellation or Southern Cross.

This branding focus will guide naming given to the five towers in this world-recognised precinct.



The Star Entertainment Group Limited

  •  Development expertise in world class Integrated Resorts
  •  Local partner and integrated resort operator
  •  Leading brand, loyalty program and VIP relationships in New South Wales and Queensland

Far East Consortium

  •  Hong Kong Listed company (Chiu family a major shareholder)
  •  One of the largest residential property developers in
    Asia and Australia including a $7bn pipeline of impressive Australian projects including the $3.6bn Queens Wharf development.
  •  Hotel management and development experience through ownership of the Dorsett Hospitality brand

Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Limited

  •  Diversified hospitality conglomerate
  •  Owned by the Cheng family, one of the wealthiest families in Asia
  •  Sister company of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery
  •  Owner of New World development
  •  Owner of 60+ hotels globally, including the Rosewood brand


In addition to the $2 billion redevelopment of The Star Gold Coast which will see it transform into the Southern Hemisphere’s largest entertainment precinct, there is $13 billion in major infrastructure projects recently completed, planned or underway. Including: >  $1.5 billion committed to health on the Gold Coast for the Gold Coast hospital and health service in 2018/19.

>  $81.7 million for maintenance and capital work projects for schools on the Gold Coast.

>  $21.7 billion in transport and road infrastructure over the next 4 years to help ease traffic congestion on the Gold Coast and improve connectivity with Brisbane.

>  The recently-held Gold Coast Commonwealth Games attracted government and private sector investments in excess of $2.6 billion, leaving a legacy of upgraded transport, community and sporting facilities.