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Emerging trend: families opt for apartments, over house and land

first_imgConsolidated Properties Group executive chairman Don O’Rorke.As land lots shrink, many Brisbane families have opted for an apartment as their family home, instead of investing in house and land.RELATED:Aspire to high design at SpireThat is according to the developer of Brisbane’s Spire Residences Consolidated Properties, who noted data from the Queensland Statistician’s Office showed the average Brisbane homesite had shrunk 203sq m in 10 years, from 604sq m in 2008, to 410sq m in 2018.Spire Residences, Queen St, Brisbane.Consolidated Properties Group executive chairman Don O’Rorke said the change in housing trends meant more families were now choosing apartments and embracing an inner city lifestyle instead of moving to the suburbs.“It’s really interesting to see the diverse mix of buyers we are getting at our inner city Spire Residences development,” Mr O’Rorke said.“Apartments have typically been the domain for singles and young couples, and while that is still certainly the case, we are now seeing some families choose a unit over a backyard.“It makes sense, when you consider that Spire offers more than 1000sq m of lifestyle amenities.”Spire’s infinity edge pool and its amazing city views.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoHe said the “crowning jewel” of the building, designed by award-winning John Wardle Architects, was its rooftop, which included one of the city’s highest pool, dining and entertaining zones and a 20-seat cinema.“Here, residents can take in the Story Bridge, Brisbane River and Kangaroo Point Cliffs from the infinity edge pool — there are very few places in Brisbane where you can do that.”>>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK< read more

NAMILCO Football returns to Grove Playfield this weekend

first_img… Grove/Diamond NDC assists with ground preparationsCOMPETITIVE football action is set to make a grand return to the East Bank of Demerara this weekend when the ongoing GFF/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power National Intra-Association Under-17 League resumes following almost three months of inactivity due to rain which rendered the field unplayable.But, thanks to the efforts of the Grove/Diamond NDC who worked closely with the East Bank Football Association and the Grove Hi Tech Football Club, the Grove Playfield is now set to host matches again.Saturday from 10:00hrs Diamond United will play their first match of the league against Soesdyke Falcons who blasted Herstelling Raiders 11-0 in their first match which was played on June 4.The feature clash on Saturday will see Grove Hi Tech, 4-1 winners over Agricola Red Triangle also on June 4, taking on Herstelling Raiders from 12:00hrs.On Sunday, Agricola Red Triangle would be aiming to notch their first win of the competition when they engage Yarrowkabra Jaguars, the newest club on the East Bank, but who have already shown they are up to the task of competing with a come-from-behind 3-3 draw with fellow Linden Soesdyke Highway side, Kuru Kururu Warriors on June 5.The main attraction from 12:00hrs will see Mocha Champs match skills with Kuru Kururu Warriors in what is anticipated to be a keen contest.Players have been eager to get back into competitive action and fans and supporters can look forward to a weekend of entertaining action.last_img read more