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Location, location for shopping lovers and golf enthusiasts

first_imgWestside 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.last_img read more

Powell speeds to year’s fastest 100 metres

first_imgAsafa Powell ran the fastest 100 metres in the world this year when he clocked a blazing 9.84 seconds at the Jamaica International Invitational in Kingston on Saturday.The time was the former world record holder’s fastest in five years as the 32-year-old beat American Ryan Bailey (9.93) and Jamaican Nesta Carter (9.98) in the first sub-10 seconds 100 of the year.The meeting also produced four other 2015 leading marks. U.S. Olympic champion Sanya Richards-Ross delivered the first sub-50 seconds women’s 400m, clocking 49.95, and Bahamian Shaunae Miller beat a high quality women’s 200m field in 22.14.Rapidly improving Jasmin Stowers lowered her women’s 100m hurdles leading time to 12.39 and fellow American Aleec Harris remained unbeaten in the men’s 110m hurdles, running 13.16 to equal the year’s top time. Fast times also came from Jamaicans in the men’s 200 and women’s 100.Diamond League champion Nickel Ashmeade ran 20.25 to win the 200, and Elaine Thompson, already the year’s fastest, clocked 10.97 in the women’s 100. American Tyson Gay, who had been scheduled to run the 200, did not compete.–last_img read more