Empty-nesters lapping up the bayside lifestyle in the Redlands

first_imgReflections Cleveland. Reflections is a 200m walk to the Cleveland CBD, 400m to Raby Bay entertainment and restaurant precinct, 600m to the railway station or 1km to the foreshore.Mr Baird said all apartments benefited from clever design creating a new benchmark in apartment living amenity and appointments including premium European appliances, stone benchtops and premium finishes.The building will be secured by on-site managers, there are two side-by-side lifts for easy access for residents and two carparks for most apartments.The apartment mix is seven one-bedroom’s, 28 two-bedrooms, 20 three-bedroom and four penthouses (one four bedroom which has sold and three three-bedroom).There are two communal areas in the building, with a large multipurpose room on the ground floor and a resort style pool and barbecue area on level two.P3 Projects managing director Dario Pigozzo has led the family development business for 15 years with a passion for design and eye for quality.Redlands Constructions managing director Peter Endacott has lived and worked locally for almost 50 years, building his first family home in the Redlands in 1979. As managing director he has delivered two iconic developments in the bay area, “32 on Middle” and “View Point”. Reflections Cleveland.“These apartments are generously sized with spacious living areas and balconies focused on living the bayside lifestyle,” Mr Baird said.With lead agents East Coast Residential and Prestige at the helm, sales have reached 50 per cent with only three of the four penthouses available and a limited number of three-bedroom apartments still left.Mr Baird said the buyers were almost exclusively owner-occupiers with the majority being empty-nesters looking to downsize for their next phase of life.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago“The majority of the apartments are east facing and all are outward facing with many boasting outstanding vistas,” Mr Baird said.“We think we’ve definitely landed the right location for this development with Cleveland really transforming itself of late.“We’re on a quite side street centrally located between the Cleveland Village and the Bay and within easy walking distance of everything.”center_img Construction has started at Reflections Cleveland, providing 59 apartments including four penthouses with bay breezes and extensive views.THE sod has just been turned on Reflections Cleveland, an eight-storey, 59 apartment development offering a new lifestyle choice in the Redlands.Redlands City Mayor Karen Williams officially kicked off the construction of the 59 apartment, four penthouse development in Cleveland on Thursday.Set to be built by Kyronn, well known for their construction projects across Queensland and the Pacific Islands, the development is a joint venture between P3 Projects and Redland Constructions, with prices for a one-bedroom second level apartment to start at $365,000.P3 Projects finance and marketing manager Glenn Baird said Cleveland was the gateway to bayside living and partnering with Redlands Constructions would provide a premium development that was without compromise for livability and location.last_img read more

NPFL: Rangers spank Adamawa United

first_imgRelatedPosts Aribo sets Rangers goal target Injury blow for Aribo, Leon Balogun Leon Balogun salutes Rangers fans Rangers International Football Club of Enugu on Sunday humbled visiting Adamawa United of Yola 2-0 in a 2019/2020 Nigeria Professional Football League Match Day 22 fixture. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Isaac Loute and Israel Abia scored for the home team after several missed chances. Loute gave Rangers the lead from a free-kick at the edge of the penalty box in the 44th minute. Abia made it 2-0 for the home team from the penalty kick spot in the 62nd minute after defender Mohammed Jiya had hacked down Chinonso Eziekwe. Speaking after the match, Rangers’ assistant coach Mangut Mbwas said their players performed well, especially in the second stanza. Mbwas said: “We are going to work more on our scoring, especially as we missed lots of scoring chances during the match. “Victory was expected of us and we thank God we were able to deliver after missing several chances. “The players did well after the interval by closing the visitors down to ensure the win.” On his part, Adamawa United’s Ibrahim Bariki said he was not in any way disappointed with the result. Bariki said: “This is the best of us in all the away matches we have been playing and we will keep improving. “Rangers are a good team, but they overshadowed us with their experience as my players made some costly mistakes which led to the goals.”Tags: Adamawa UnitedChinonso EziekweMangut MbwasMohammed JiyaRangers FClast_img read more