“There is a mix of owner occupiers and investors, families, first homeowners, upsizers and downsizers,” he said.“Many have come from nearby suburbs. “We liked this site because it is well-serviced by schools, retail and transport and is close to the city.”Trend consists of 36 townhouses – 31 with four bedrooms and five townhouses with three bedrooms. Each one has two carparks. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoPrices start from $545,000. The townhouses also come with 2.5 bathrooms, two car spaces, quality finishes, open-plan living spaces and private courtyards.Everton Park, which is 9km from the CBD, has previously been labelled an “emerging blue chip suburb” by developers working in the area.The median house sales price is currently $602,000, according to CoreLogic. For units, it is $435,000.Mr Cawley said their “keenly priced” townhouses offered a happy-medium between a house and a unit, and were being constructed in an area where infill sites were becoming harder to find.“It is that perfect wedge between a detached house and an apartment,” he said.Mr Cawley said investors who had bought into the development were also recognising their value for money, with the majority coming from Sydney and Melbourne. Going forward, Keystone Urban Developments will continue its focus on the northern suburbs, with construction underway and more than 50 per cent of townhouses sold at its Vue Taigum development.Evoke McDowall is also expected to be launched soon, with Echelon Bridgeman Downs scheduled for next year.The company has also completed two northside residential developments – Vogue Aspley and Northpoint Carseldine. Trend Everton ParkDescribed as a “city fringe paradise”, Trend Everton Park is proving popular with buyers wanting a new home with an affordable price tag close to the city. Civil works are almost complete, with construction of the 36 townhouses expected to be finished by the end of the year.Keystone Urban Developments managing director Brendan Cawley said 55 per cent of the townhouses had now sold to a range of buyers.
Guinness Cage Street Ball C/ship…With one of the biggest showdowns in the history of football quickly approaching its climax, the Haslington Market Tarmac is the place to be on Friday, August 31, as the Guinness Cage Street Ball Championships approach their final stages.The wait has been long, and eager fans have dreamt of this moment when they would be able to see their favourite team make it to the finals.As at August 24, fans were pumped, while some were at a loss for words, as the round of 16 and quarterfinal leg of the tournament concluded. With many good teams making in through the round of 16, such as Leopold Street, Ol Skool Ballers, Avocado Ballers and Sparta Boss, thrilling quarterfinal matches were promised.Eventually, the quarterfinals concluded, and as expected, the Sparta Boss Team, Leopold Street, Broad Street and Uprising all secured a spot in the upcoming semi-finals. Speaking with <
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: V.V Tourism Queensland’s chief in New Zealand says the Sunshine Coast is still a hit with Kiwis following the region’s recovery from the impact of January’s floods.The Sunshine Coast Daily reported Graeme Manson said TQ was “very optimistic” the region would return to strong figures during the peak April to October period.Mr Manson forecasts growth of two to three per cent in arrivals compared to the same period last year, despite recovery still continuing in earthquake-ravaged Christchurch.“The overall message is we’re very positive with the market,” he said.“From a [TQ] perspective, [New Zealand] is still our number one source market.”Mr Manson said about 420,000 Kiwis visited Queensland each year, with some 80,000 arriving on the Coast.He said TQ was working hard to erase the misconception New Zealanders held over the effect of the floods, and that the organisation would launch several campaigns in New Zealand from now until June to promote the Sunshine Coast.