Norfolk offers vista of Burleigh beachfront

first_imgNorfolk at Burleigh Heads.“The team at Koichi Takada Architects drew inspiration from the immediate natural landscape of heritage-listed Norfolk pine trees to design a statement residential building that redefines luxury beachfront living,” Miss Edwards said.“Mim Design have incorporated hues and textures from the sand, sea, sky and heritage norfolk pine trees to illustrate interiors with the beachside charm, confidence and modern lifestyle synonymous with Burleigh Heads.” Norfolk at Burleigh Heads.A 10-STOREY luxury unit tower opposite an iconic surf break is set to hit the market.Synergy Property Partners is behind Norfolk at Burleigh Heads — it is inspired by the surrounding parkland, beachfront and headland of the popular beachfront suburb. Norfolk at Burleigh Heads.“Norfolk stands as the first multi-residential development on Goodwin Terrace in three decades,” David Calvisi, of Synergy Property Partners, said. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa13 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“Norfolk faces north to embrace stunning views of Burleigh’s iconic beachfront, making it the best site on the Gold Coast and a never to be repeated opportunity for owner-occupiers wanting a luxury apartment in a lifestyle-rich location.” Agent Jamie-Lee Edwards, of JLE Projects, has opened a pre-registration campaign to meet interest in the new high-end lifestyle residences. Pricing has not yet been revealed. center_img Norfolk at Burleigh Heads.Norfolk is set to be built on a 1,000sq m parcel on Goodwin Terrace.Apartments will offers views of Burleigh’s beach, foreshore, headland and the Gold Coast’s northern coastline.last_img read more

Pope admits being shunned by unimpressed Man City players

first_imgManchester City players, blanked Port Vale striker, Tom Pope, after their FA Cup win on Saturday. “I don’t think he (Stones) is happy. It was a little bit awkward. I spoke to Mendy and he said the lads have abused him for weeks, so I think it’s played on his mind a little bit. I shook his hand but he wasn’t too happy. Read Also:Valencia ready to re-sign ex-defender from Manchester City “People have dug it up, and I didn’t mean any offence by it. It was just my opinion on something. I never tagged anybody in, it’s just because we drew Man City and everyone’s jumped on it and made it global. I wish it hadn’t.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Stones had been labelled ‘weak as player,’ by the lower-league striker and seemed in no mood for forgiveness when they met, blanking him in the post-match rendezvous. “Nobody was speaking to me,” said Pope, 34. “It was like the Grim Reaper going in, they all ran the other way. I got Zinchenko’s shirt, I think everybody else palmed me off.Advertisementcenter_img Loading…last_img read more

UWF Volleyball Downs Montevallo for 12th Consecutive Win

first_img Oct. 6, 2007 Box Score  MONTEVALLO, Ala. – Only hours after a hard fought exhausting win at West Alabama, the Argonaut Volleyball team took the court again, this time at the McChesney Center in Montevallo on Saturday afternoon. The Falcons from Montevallo came out smoking, and defeated UWF in game one by a 30-20 score. Montevallo had 21 kills in game one, but the Argos quickly regrouped and changed the momentum for the remainder of the match. UWF won the next three games by a 30-17, 30-14, and 30-22 score.The win moved the Argos to 21-2 on the season, and 6-0 in the conference. Five West Florida players ended up with double digit kills. Luciana Rapach (Jr. / Brazil) lead the offensive attack with 16 kills. Freshmen Chelsea Wilhoite (Jacksonville, Fla.) had 15 kills, and Isabela Gualberto (Sr. / Brazil) added 13 kills. Freshmen Jamie Nichols (Crawfordville, Fla.) supplied the most efficient offense with 10 kills in 15 attempts, and no errors for an outstanding attack percentage of .667. Senior Danielle Spitzer (Birmingham, Ala.) also added 10 kills, along with two blocks. Setter Madeline Gonzalez (Jr. / Puerto Rico) was responsible for spreading the offense around, as she ended the match with a season high 60 Assists.The Argos were outhit in game one by a .633 to .305 margin, but turned the table and outhit the Falcons .385 to .105 over the final three games. The Argo defense was lead by Jerica Carter (Jr. / Gainesville, Fla.) with 20 digs, while Rapach and Wilhoite pitched in with 10 digs each. Carter surpassed Jessica Bragion, who played from 2002-2005, as the All-time UWF career Dig leader, as she now has 1,043 digs.The Argos return home this Tuesday evening to host conference opponent Valdosta State in a 6:00 pm match at the UWF Fieldhouse. The Blazers are 9-13 on the season, and fell to the Argos by a 3-0 score, at Valdosta, Ga., two weeks ago in the opening conference game for UWF. The Argonauts are now riding a 12 match win streak, only five away from the All-time best in UWF history. Print Friendly Version Share UWF Volleyball Downs Montevallo for 12th Consecutive Winlast_img read more

T20 WC: Will take Sri Lanka very seriously, says Harmanpreet kaur

first_imgMelbourne: India’s spot in the ongoing Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 semi-finals is already safe, but captain Harmanpreet Kaur has insisted that they won’t take Sri Lanka lightly in their final group game to be played on Saturday.India were the first to sail through to the knockout stage after securing wins against hosts and defending champions Australia, as well as Bangladesh and New Zealand, in the first week of the tournament.On the other hand, Sri Lanka have lost both the matches they have played so far against Australia and New Zealand and are almost out of the contention of making to the last four-stage.Victory over Sri Lanka would see India top Group A and head into the semi-finals full of confidence, and Kaur doesn’t want to settle for anything less.“I know we have qualified, but the next game is still crucial for us,” said Kaur. “We will be taking Sri Lanka very seriously.“They’ve been doing well. I know they haven’t won a game, but they were almost there on both occasions.“We will be taking it very seriously before we start thinking about the semi-finals,” she added.The Indian skipper further said the wicket of Chamari Athapaththu would be crucial and that’s why they would try to take the wicket of the Sri Lankan batter as early as possible.“We try to take every wicket in all of our games. Every wicket is an important one at this level,” said Kaur. “We just have to try and stick to our plan, especially to get out the likes of Chamari Athapaththu early. That will be crucial,” she added. IANSAlso Read: Harmanpreet Kaur wants team not to repeat mistakesAlso Watch: ATDC Chairman Jayanta Malla Baruah attends BJP’s organizational meeting ahead BTAD electionslast_img read more