Rawcorp to build nine-level apartment project on golf course

first_imgDeveloper Rawcorp will build a nine-level apartment building at Robina golf course, The Glades.SEVENTY-SIX new apartments are set to be built at Robina golf course, The Glades.Developer Rawcorp will build a nine-level building on a 2865sq m site on Glades Drive featuring a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.There will also be 130 car parks, a roof terrace and communal open space.The development, yet to be named, will be one of the city’s only new residential medium-rise apartment projects to be built on a golf course. Designed by AGA Architects, the apartments will offer both residential use and long-term accommodation, with large internal floor areas and balconies overlooking the water and fairways.Rawcorp special projects manager Dan Rogers said the apartments would offer a rare lifestyle opportunity priced in the mid $300,000s through to the mid $500,000s.“The location is unbeatable,” he said.“You’re a nine iron from the golf course in one of the most picturesque residential communities on the Gold Coast. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“The Glades is a private, quiet enclave complete with an enviable range of resort facilities including the 18 hole, Greg Norman designed championship golf course, a state of the art club house and popular dining venue Viva Cafe and Bar.”Mr Rogers expected strong interest from first-home buyers taking advantage of the Queensland First Home Owners’ Grant, as well as empty-nesters and retirees transitioning from the family home.” It is the second residential development to be announced by Rawcorp at The Glades following the November launch of boutique townhouse development Eagle Terraces, which is being built opposite the apartment project. Eagle Terraces, also designed by AGA architects, is a collection of nine terrace homes.Marketing Projects managing director Kyia Maidens, who is marketing Eagle Terraces, said demand for Robina property was underpinned by the suburb’s established major infrastructure. “Robina is currently experiencing high rental demand and a vacancy rate of less than one per cent, and with significant population growth projected over the coming years, this trend is likely to continue,” she said. “Rawcorp’s latest apartment project at The Glades has been designed with this in mind and it is being released at the right time to capitalise on the city’s future growth.” The Glades is within walking distance to Robina Town Centre and the Robina railway station.last_img read more

Drill time: firefighters train in under 2 minutes

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIt’s not easy stepping out on the front line to save a life. Our local police and firefighters do it everyday to make sure we’re protected. WBKB Reporter Elijah Baker shows us how Alpena City Firefighters L623 train daily for those unexpected life–altering calls.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Reading tops curriculum plans for APSNext Three new ordinances to replace original blight ordinance 135 in Alpena Townshiplast_img

Brasnic: We are satisfied with Players’ Approach and Commitment to Preparations

first_imgFour training sessions are behind the U-18 national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the FF BH Training Centre in Zenica.The chosen players of Slaven Musa are working hard, which was confirmed to us by the goalkeepers’ coach Goran Brašnić:“If we take into account all the circumstances that preceded this gathering and the break that the players had, we can be satisfied with their approach and commitment to these preparations. They played one match between themselves and everyone did his best. Of course, there were a lot of good things, but also some bad ones that still need to be worked on, but the will of the guys to work is at a high level.”Brašnić also commented on the specific working conditions in this period:“We adapt and respect all the guidelines we received from medical experts, as well as measures related to hygiene and health protection. Surfaces that are often touched are constantly disinfected and the staff at the Training Centre regularly cleans all rooms. We also measure temperature regularly. We take care of many things and we don’t have any problems, so the preparations are going in the best way.”The camp ends tomorrow when anthropological testing of players is scheduled.last_img read more