Former site of the Supreme Court of Queensland transformed

first_imgThe One Residences, Brisbane CBD.Offering the tallest building on Brisbane’s skyline, with 81 floors, The One Residences is a world-class integrated mixed-use precinct in the heart of the city.The One Residences, by developer Shayher Group, is the third tower of the Brisbane Quarter Development, which comprises the W Hotel, and a commercial office tower.It resides on the former site of the Supreme Court of Queensland, which the developer bought through an auction. Private rooftop terrace for every buyer Inside The One Residences.The One Residences has a strong focus on resident amenities which is reflected in the vast range of inclusions such as a gym, sauna, spa, outdoor yoga and relaxation area on ‘The Riverdeck’, and a business lounge, formal dining room, private cinema and wine storage on ‘The Quarter Deck’, 45 levels up in the sky. Prototype vertical school of the future set for QLD suburb THE ONE RESIDENCES Roxanne Liu, The One Residences director of sales, said buyers looking to view a luxury residence are being offered an exclusive opportunity to secure a one-on-one VIP preview to experience The One prior to public release. Given the current COVID-19 situation, videos and virtual tools have been made available to see the display home. The One Residences – what a place to wake up every morning.With never to be built-out riverfront views, the development is designed mostly with owner-occupiers in mind, but investors have also already bought into the project, according to Ms Liu.Ms Liu said investors could choose to buy a smaller apartment to attract potential tenants.center_img The One Residences includes a gym, sauna, spa, outdoor yoga and relaxation area on ‘The Riverdeck’, and a business lounge, formal dining room, private cinema and wine storage on ‘The Quarter Deck’, 45 levels up in the sky.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago Eco home a real treat The One Residences … ahhhhh bliss.The development will also feature two-storey penthouses and four-bedroom apartments.Ms Liu said the four-bedroom apartments had premium contemporary finishes, as well as quality Gaggenau home appliances as well as an integrated fridge/freezer. Developer: Shayher Group Prices: One-bedroom apartments from $429,000; two-bedrooms from $572,000 Address: 8 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City. Display apartment inspections are on Wednesdays, 9-11am, and Fridays, 3-5pm. theoneresidences.com.au; 1300 100 663. MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS:last_img read more

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Video: Benzema’s goal survives controversial VAR check

first_imgThe long run without a goal looked like it had ruined Benzema’s chances of the golden boot, but he’s only four behind Messi after his latest strike Advertisement Read Also: Ramos injured but Madrid go top after edging out Real Sociedad He’s scored again Sunday evening and it could be a vital one, as it puts them 2-0 up and on course for the top of the table. Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Karim Benzema had come under fire for a barren run in front of goal before the shutdown, but he’s come back with a bang since the restart.last_img

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Kevin Love, Cavaliers follow Mark Cuban’s example, will aid workers affected by NBA shutdown

first_imgMore NBA teams and one prominent player pledged Thursday to help support workers who stand to lose wages while the league is suspended because of coronavirus.They were following the lead of Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who told reporters Wednesday that he would put together a payment plan for the team’s hourly workers. View this post on Instagram CORONAVIRUS: Why the NBA suspended the season, and what might come nextThe Cavaliers and forward Kevin Love were the most public with their intentions. First, the Cavs announced they would develop “a compensation plan to continue paying our event staff and hourly workforce that is impacted with the changes to our regular event schedule” at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse,Love followed hours later with an Instagram post pledging $100,000 from his foundation to Cavs arena and support staff. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. And the fear and anxiety resulting from the recent outbreak of COVID-19 can be extremely overwhelming. Through the game of basketball, we’ve been able to address major issues and stand together as a progressive league that cares about the players, the fans, and the communities where we work. I’m concerned about the level of anxiety that everyone is feeling and that is why I’m committing $100,000 through the @KevinLoveFund in support of the @Cavs arena and support staff that had a sudden life shift due to the suspension of the NBA season. I hope that during this time of crisis, others will join me in supporting our communities. Pandemics are not just a medical phenomenon. They affect individuals and society on so many levels, with stigma and xenophobia being just two aspects of the impact of a pandemic outbreak. It’s important to know that those with a mental illness may be vulnerable to the effects of widespread panic and threat. Be kind to one another. Be understanding of their fears, regardless if you don’t feel the same. Be safe and make informed decisions during this time. And I encourage everyone to take care of themselves and to reach out to others in need — whether that means supporting your local charities that are canceling events, or checking in on your colleagues and family.A post shared by Kevin Love (@kevinlove) on Mar 12, 2020 at 2:36pm PDT A Cavaliers spokesperson told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin that “well over a thousand” people are employed at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse and the Canton (Ohio) Memorial Civic Center, where the Cavs’ G League affiliate plays.Hawks majority owner Tony Ressler told The Athletic that his team would follow Cuban’s example and pay workers. “We are indeed and feel strongly it’s both the right thing to do and good business,” Ressler wrote in an e-mail to reporter Bill Shea.McMenamin reported that other NBA teams are developing similar plans.NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Thursday that the league would suspend play for at least 30 days in response to the global coronavirus outbreak.last_img read more

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