Westside Apartments at Indooroopilly features a beautiful rooftop terrace with city views.CONSTRUCTION has commenced on the $66 million luxury apartment project at Indooroopilly.Already more than half of the 119 apartments have sold at Village Building Co’s nine-level Westside Apartments project. In a suburb where new developments are rare, Westside will have a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with a rooftop terrace including a pool and barbecues. Remaining unsold apartments are priced from $365,500. Village Building Co acquired the site in 2015, and Queensland development manager Sam Burgess said it had a lot of locational advantages.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Westside Apartments at Indooroopilly.“The early sales success is a testament to our decision to develop in Indooroopilly,” Mr Burgess said. “It’s the right type of project in the right location, and as a result we are attracting strong interest from a wide range of buyers.“For both owner occupiers and investors, the key drawcard is always location.” The project is adjacent to the redeveloped Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, and close to the Indooroopilly golf course and public transport. Mr Burgess said the project was being built on an elevated site. “Many apartments will have views of either the city, Mount Cootha or the Brisbane River,” he said.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 9, 2014 at 12:39 pm When Komal Safdar began the final set of her match, she was aware of what was at stake.A victory would seal a come-from-behind win for Syracuse, and secure the team’s second victory over a ranked opponent in the past week. A loss would elongate the team’s early season struggles. Instead of faltering at the end of the match, Safdar was determined to put all of the pressure on No. 25 Florida State. And her aggression paid off, as the Orange stunned the Seminoles on the heels of her racket. “This was a huge match for us all-around,” Safdar said. “Everyone competed and everyone is believing in each other despite how we started the season.”After losing the doubles point, Syracuse (2-8, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) rallied to win four of the six singles matches to defeat Florida State (8-5 3-2) 4-3 on Friday at Drumlins Country Club. The Orange was on the ropes in its final two singles matches, yet managed to secure the victory. Safdar clinched the win for the Orange by defeating Majlena Pedersen in three sets, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFreshman Valeria Salazar started the rally for the Orange after her 6-2, 1-6, 7-5, win over Kristina Schleich in three sets. After losing a 5-2 lead in the final set, Salazar kept her composure and won the next two points en route to the victory.But Salazar was quick to give Safdar the credit for the team’s win. “She was determined to win,” Salazar said. “She had the momentum and the confidence to win, and we were there supporting her the whole way.”Salazar’s victory set the table for Safdar to decide the team’s fate in the final match. After Safdar lost the first set to Pedersen, it appeared that the Seminoles’ talent would finally prove too much for the Orange to overcome. The outbreak of chants from the Syracuse bench and home crowd drowned out Florida State’s momentum in the match, though. The home-court advantage fueled Safdar to respond in the second set with a 6-3 victory.“I knew everyone here in the Syracuse community was supporting me,” Safdar said. “The crowd was bringing energy that you aren’t going to get away from home.”The last set between both competitors was a microcosm of the day. Safdar managed to gain to gain a pivotal one-point lead in the third set before the two exchanged serving wins. The Syracuse junior used her versatility to cover every inch of the tennis court. Eventually, Safdar’s effort took its toll on Pedersen, who was unable to earn the final point on Friday afternoon.The players immediately rushed to Safdar, screaming loudly and lifting her on their shoulders. Syracuse head coach Shelley George joined in on the celebration, recognizing the importance of this hard fought win.“I definitely think it was a team effort. We let Florida State know that they were in for a fight,” George said. “This is our house. Go out and own the court.”Syracuse now has a two-week break before traveling to face the Miami Hurricanes on March 21 — which will be an opportunity for the team to rest both mentally and physically from conference play.But Safdar said the team won’t stay content with the recent success for long. When asked to describe the effort of her teammates, she pegged this Syracuse team as one that can start doing damage in the future. “In my third year with this program, this is the most fighting team out here,” Safdar said. “Every single person on our team is a warrior.” Comments
The defending champion Americans are still the favorites entering the round of 16 after coming out of the group stage with a clean sheet. Germany is another team that could take the title away from the U.S. The Germans enter the round of 16 at 11/2 and won the European Championships six consecutive times (dating back to 1995) before the Netherlands claimed the championship in 2017. Women’s World Cup 2019 oddsTeamOddsUSA6/5France10/3Germany11/2England7/1Netherlands12/1Australia20/1Canada20/1Sweden28/1Italy30/1Japan33/1Norway40/1Brazil50/1Spain50/1China100/1Nigeria275/1Cameroon300/1*Odds updated June 20 and provided by sportsbook.ag. Related News Women’s World Cup 2019: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels, results for every match Host France is sitting close behind the U.S. at 10/3 and could follow the same path as Les Bleus’ men’s national team, which took home the title in 2018 in Russia. A win for France would mark the country’s first major international trophy. Les Bleus avoided some of the bigger names, like Japan and Brazil, in the group stage, but could potentially face the U.S. in the quarterfinals.