More than 150 new homes for Wooloowin Belle Property residential sales consultant Daniel McGahan, who is marketing the project, said the developers, Carbone Developments, had sought a site on Keona Rd for some time because of it location. Carbone Developments’ Keona Rise development will consist of townhomes designed for owner occupiers and investors.A new residential development will deliver six land blocks and 14 townhouses to Brisbane’s McDowall by the middle of next year. “High-end finishes and striking facades combined with open-plan designs and large courtyards will provide a point of difference compared with existing dwellings in the local area and all at an affordable price point.”Mr McGahan said the development was targeting local downsizers, as there were currently limited options for them in the existing marketplace. RELATED: >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Innovation comes to historic Herston MORE: The proposed bathroom within the Keona Rise townhouse development.“The residences have been designed for owner occupiers and savvy investors being in a boutique development of 14,” he said. Noosa townhomes walk to river precinct The proposed living areas within the Keona Rise townhouse development.“The position has always been highly sought after from buyers due to its elevation, surrounding large family homes and close proximity to amenities,” Mr McGahan said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“The current site at 107 Keona Rd had been in the same family for decades and when the time finally came to sell, the Carbones expressed interest immediately.“The development has been in planning for six months.”Mr McGahan said the product mix of executive townhouses and vacant land in a “whisper quiet” location, would appeal to a wide range of buyers. “McDowall and surrounding suburbs comprise a lot of buyers who live in substantial homes on large blocks and they have very few options available to them when looking to downsize, but more importantly have the option to still live locally and have access to the same amenities,” he said.Mr McGahan said the community would also suit young professionals and investors.
The Kings made multiple moves before the trade deadline, including acquiring guard Alec Burks from the Cavaliers and forward Harrison Barnes from the Mavericks.The Kings will enter play Thursday 1 1/2 games behind the Clippers for the eighth spot in the Western Conference standings with a 28-26 record. The Kings are waiving Ben McLemore, per source. The sixth-year guard who was drafted 7th overall by the Kings in 2013, then had a stop in Memphis in between, will be on to his next stop.— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) February 7, 2019McLemore is averaging career-lows in points (3.9), rebounds (.9) and assists (.2) this season. He’s shooting 39.1 percent from the field and 41.5 percent from 3-point range.McLemore was originally selected by Sacramento out of Kansas with the seventh pick of the 2013 draft. He spent his first four seasons with the franchise before playing with the Grizzlies in 2017-18. He was dealt back to the Kings in July. Ben McLemore is no longer a part of the Kings’ organization.Sacramento is waiving the 25-year-old guard, according to a report from The Athletic, which cites unidentified league sources. Lakers star LeBron James weighs in on Mavericks trading Harrison Barnes mid-game Related News
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Fresh, local, summer ingredients from northeast Ohio will be the inspiration for a unique farm to table culinary experience this August that celebrates Ohio farms and flavors.The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) is partnering with Maplestar Farm and The Driftwood Group for The Farmers’ Table on Sunday, August 30 at 4 p.m. The event will take place in western Geauga County at Maplestar Farm in Auburn Township.Guests will take a guided tour of Maplestar Farm’s organic fields, sample carefully crafted hors d’oeuvres, and enjoy beer, wine, and tea before sitting down to an exciting four course meal prepared by Erik Martinez, Executive Chef at Cibréo Italian Kitchen, featuring wine pairings.The event will also feature special guest Alan Guebert, award-winning syndicated agricultural journalist and OEFFA 2015 conference keynote speaker, who will offer a hearty toast to local food. Following the dinner, he’ll be signing his new book, The Land of Milk and Uncle Honey, and sharing stories. The book was recently included on Bon Appetit Magazine‘s 20 Food Books to Read This Summer, LA Magazine‘s Top 10 Summer Books for Foodies, and Food Tank’s Summer Reading List.Tickets are $125 per person or $1,000 for a table of 8. All proceeds support OEFFA’s work to grow Ohio’s sustainable and organic agriculture movement.For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.oeffa.org/FarmersTable, call (614) 421-Ext. 206, or email [email protected]
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool make January transfer window callby Paul Vegas21 hours agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool expect to have a quiet January transfer window.The Reds have enjoyed a flying start to the new Premier League season, currently sitting six points clear of Manchester City having won eight of their nine matches so far.Liverpool are also on course to make the knockout stages of the Champions League having breezed past Genk with a 4-1 win on Wednesday night.With Jurgen Klopp’s side flying high, the Liverpool Echo says it’s unlikely the Merseyside giants will splash the cash when the transfer window reopens in the New Year.It’s claimed that it will take a ‘huge unforeseen struggle’ for Klopp to delve into the market.