Third apartment building at Circa Nundah Village fast-tracked

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first_imgThe new building will comprise one and two-bedroom apartments with prices starting at $376,000, including a car park.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoThe airconditioned apartments will have open-plan living areas with floor-to-ceiling glass. Kitchens will feature stone benchtops and European stainless steel appliances.Kitchens will feature stone benchtops and stainless steel appliances.Property Solutions has completed 150 projects throughout its 20-year history, including the Centro on James Street project, the $350 million SW1 development in South Brisbane and The Barracks, a $150 million mixed-use and entertainment precinct in Paddington.Circa Nundah Village is recognised for its contribution to Nundah’s gentrification with an Urban Development Institute of Australia (Qld) Award for Excellence in Urban Renewal in 2015.This story was originally published on Quest Community News The final stage of a north Brisbane apartment development has been fast-tracked amid rising demand.Developer Property Solutions has launched the final stage of its $270 million Circa Nundah Village project.A nine-level, 120-apartment, Three Nundah Village building is being fast-tracked due to strong sales in the previous releases.Property Solutions has launched the final stage of its $270 million Circa Nundah Village, known as Three Nundah Village.Property Solutions managing director Kevin Miller says buyers are increasingly drawn to the precinct.“We’ve secured high-quality retailers and dining operators which has significantly uplifted the area and made it a destination rather than a thoroughfare,” he says.“This particular area of Nundah has been gentrified over the past few years and that has had a very positive effect on sales.”Buyer demographics have also shifted from investors in the early stages of the project to owner-occupiers now looking for lifestyle options.Inner-city luxury: Australia’s most popular apartment developmentsOpen-plan living areas and full-length glass may attract owner-occupiers.The Nundah Village precinct comprises several residential buildings, a Woolworths supermarket, 11,000sqm of office space and retail, dining and lifestyle amenities.last_img read more


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first_imgThe Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.When Josh Demko received the opening kickoff at his own 26-yard line, he took off. He beat four opposing defenders, setting himself up for a straight shot down the sideline for a 74-yard kick return.Demko’s kick return propelled Carthage Central High School toward a 55-7 victory over Auburn High School in the sectional title game at the Carrier Dome, helping the Comets to the third seed in the NYSPHSAA Class A state tournament. For Demko, the 2019 moment was his favorite in a Carthage uniform.“We were all really close, and we all believed in each other,” Demko said.Carthage advanced to its first state championship game appearance in program history that year, later losing to Cornwall Central High School 30-27. Demko scored two of Carthage’s four touchdowns during the state championship, totaling 89 yards in the title game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAlong with starring for Carthage’s football team as a wide receiver and safety, Demko co-captains the school’s basketball team and was the lacrosse team’s leading-scorer his sophomore year. Demko brings an unmatched competitiveness when he’s locked into a game, said Jason Coffman, Demko’s stepfather and his coach since fifth grade.At 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, Demko refers to himself as an “animal” on the field, using his strength and speed in every sport he plays. He participated in almost any sport he could growing up and usually stood out against younger competition.“He was always naturally strong and he could always run,” Coffman said. “I’ve watched him grow into a really nice athlete.”Loading…Coffman also coaches Demko’s club lacrosse team, the Orange Crush. The Crush gave Demko the opportunity to participate in numerous high-profile showcases and tournaments, which garnered interest from college coaches.He was eligible to be officially recruited and receive offers starting Sept. 1 of his junior year, a day during which Demko received over 10 phone calls and emails from NCAA coaches.“It was a great feeling but also pretty overwhelming,” Demko said.Demko verbally committed in early March to Fairfield University in Connecticut on a full-ride scholarship. He developed a close relationship with the Fairfield coaches who recruited him, and said he felt like “their man.”Fairfield’s head lacrosse coach, Andrew Baxter, sees Demko as a perfect fit for his program and the university. Demko will be one of 14 incoming freshmen next season, but Baxter expects him to be able to compete for minutes early on.“What attracted me to Josh was his athleticism and his transition game,” Baxter said. “He is fluid in his movements and could play any position. He’s got an edge to him, that’s one of the things that D-I coaches are looking for.”Both Coffman and Demko were swayed toward Fairfield when Baxter, along with two assistants, sat through one of Carthage’s football practices ahead of a state tournament game in mid-November. After the 15-degree practice, the Fairfield staff took Demko and Coffman to dinner.NYSPHSAA regulations have delayed the start of the football season to March 1 and lacrosse season to April 19, meaning Demko will work individually to stay in shape.But regardless of his senior football season, Demko hopes to carry on Carthage’s strong lacrosse tradition, which produced Syracuse All-American Casey Powell, at Fairfield.“I want to make them proud,” Demko said. Published on September 14, 2020 at 10:52 pm Contact Alex: [email protected] Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


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first_img“Jake’s elbow is limiting his ability to get into certain positions, so to some degree yes,” Kapler said of Arrieta’s recent struggles. “He’s having a harder time getting extended the way he normally does, especially on that curveball. This is limiting his ability to throw the ball where he wants to throw it. All of that said, Jake is a competitor and for the Phillies, it’s always worth considering if Jake at 85 percent of himself is a better option than what we have at Triple-A.”It’s not terribly uncommon for veteran pitchers to successfully pitch with issues like this one. So as of now, Jake will make his start of us against the Nationals and we’re going to support him.” Related News MLB All-Star Game 2019: Cleveland scoreboard didn’t have Gold Glove night MLB All-Star 2019: 3 takeaways from the American League’s 7th straight win Phillies All-Star J.T. Realmuto interested in signing extension, report says Jake Arrieta may be dealing with a bone spur in his right elbow, but Phillies manager Gabe Kapler said the team has no intention of shutting him down yet.Kapler appeared on SportsRadio 94WIP Wednesday, where he revealed Arrieta will continue to pitch as the team looks into a long-term plan for his elbow. Arrieta, 33, will start Friday in the first of a three-game series against the Nationals. According to Kapler, how well Arrieta does will determine the team’s next course of action. “Yeah, we’ll get some scans and we’ll take a look,” Kapler said. “I think what will give us the best indication is how he feels in his next start.”It’s expected that Arrieta will need surgery sometime in the near future. He’s been struggling with the Phillies this season, posting a 4.67 ERA and an 8-7 record so far this season.It’s not the first time Arrieta has dealt with bone spurs — his season was cut short in August 2011 while he was with the Orioles after he had surgery to remove them from his elbow.last_img read more


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