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first_imgRender of the Dress Circle entrance“Brookwater has been about quality not quantity … the name Dress Circle was derived from the theatre, and basically means the best seats in the house,” he said. “Dress Circle is elevated, and has views over what is our centre stage, the Greg Norman-designed golf course.“For us, Dress Circle was about bringing together everything we have learned at Brookwater over the last 16 years and setting a new benchmark. Concierge services have been used in hotels, apartments, in the over-50s lifestyle resorts, but I am 98 per cent sure it’s never been done across a typical residential setting.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 Render of a Dress Circle home overlooking the golf courseMr Kostellar said the 37ha site, which is surrounded by the golf course, could potentially be home to up to 890 dwellings, but less than 100 of those lots would have golf course frontage.The first stage will consist of 25 lots – seven with direct golf course frontage. Those golf frontage lots are “800sq m-plus” in size, and will cost an average of $585,000. Home sites without direct golf course frontage average 690sq m and $425,000.“We had over 175 registrations during the pre-launch phase and a high percentage of those indicated they had $850,000 to spend on house and land,” Mr Kostellar said.“Buyers can choose any builder they like … we have partnered with some of the best builders for our Street of Dreams (display village).“There will be a new landscape and architecture covenant which will ensure buyers are guided on design.” An example of a potential home at Dress CircleBrookwater has released its “best seats in the house”, with Dress Circle officially launched to the market.Residents who call the subdivision – which will consist of up to 890 dwellings – home, will have exclusive access to a concierge service, in what the developer believes is a national residential housing first.Brookwater general manager Nick Kostellar said Dress Circle was “the final chapter for Brookwater” – one of five suburbs that make up the Greater Springfield masterplan.center_img Brookwater golf courseBrookwater is 35 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, and is part of the Greater Springfield development which includes Springfield, Springfield Lakes, Springfield Central, Springfield Rise and Augustine Heights. Various developers are working in each suburb.The extension of the rail line to Springfield Central, the opening of the Orion Shopping Centre and the University of Southern Queensland campus, and the opening of a number of businesses and employment hubs, has seen the population of Greater Springfield boom, with 138,000 people expected to call it home once completed.Mr Kostellar said Dress Circle would offer buyers the chance to build their dream home in Brookwater’s “most enviable address”.He said they had started clearing the site, and hoped to start construction on stages one and two by August.last_img read more

first_img Blazers’ Jusuf Nurkic frustrated following battle with Russell Westbrook, Paul George X-rays taken after the game came back negative, but McCollum has no idea how serious his injury is with the NBA play-offs on the horizon.”I don’t have a lot of information besides it’s painful,” he said. “I didn’t hear anything pop. It was just an immediate discomfort and pain. It was an uncomfortable feeling. You never want to leave the court like that, but it happens.” The Portland Trail Blazers are waiting to discover the extent of  CJ McCollum’s knee injury that occurred in their 108-103 defeat to the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday.McCollum will undergo an MRI scan when he returns to Portland on Sunday after he was hurt in the third quarter at the AT&T Center. Related News “I didn’t hear anything pop. It was just an immediate discomfort…pain.” @CJMcCollum speaks to the media after tonight’s game. pic.twitter.com/SShiKBF2L4— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) March 17, 2019McCollum added: “I went up for a layup, a left-hand layup, and the big fella [Jakob Poeltl] blocked it. I landed on my foot, kind of trapped my foot on the ground, felt my knee kind of twist. I was in pain. It hurts. You never want to get hurt, man. Not ever, especially at this point in the season.”There’s nothing I can do about it but rehab and see what they say. I can walk, but I’m not sure what the extent of it is. Obviously, on the replay it’s hard to kind of see it because my foot is trapped and his body is there.”But there’s some discomfort, some pain in certain areas. So we’ll see what happens. It’s definitely around my knee, but I don’t know the extent of it. I don’t know if it’s lateral. I don’t know. I just know that it’s not normal.”last_img read more

first_imgCLIVE — The coronavirus pandemic is forcing some changes on lottery games and the way winning tickets are cashed in.Iowa Lottery spokesperson, Mary Neubauer, is getting the word out. “Clearly anything that is going on with the Iowa Lottery or with Powerball is just a very, very tiny slice of life these days and of the worries that we are all facing. But, at the same time at the Iowa Lottery, it is our responsibility to tell people what is going on with our games,” Neubauer says.The starting jackpots in the multi-state Powerball game and the Mega Millions game will be eliminated, as will the minimum amount that the jackpot would increase between drawings. Neubauer says that is a function of fewer people playing with the restrictions brought on by the pandemic. “It truly has just reached a point where sales int he Powerball game if we left the game as it was — we are not going to be able to continue to support the payment of jackpots and the other prizes in the game,” Neubauer explains.She says the jackpot changes adapt to the current situation. “After the April 8th drawing in the (Powerball) game, the starting jackpot is not going to be a guaranteed amount anymore — and the jackpot will grow between drawings by whatever amount is dictated by sales,” according to Neubauer. The jackpot changes for Meg Millions will take place after the April 7th drawing.Neubauer says they have a plan for anyone who bought tickets with multiple plays that run after the April 7th and  8th  drawings. “They wouldn’t have known this information when they bought their tickets — so we are going to offer them free plays as a goodwill gesture. We will have information on how they can get those free plays on the Powerball page of the Iowa Lottery website at Iowa Lottery.com,” she says. There is Mega Millions information in that section of the website.Neubauer says the social distancing rules are being followed at the Iowa Lottery offices. “We are only allowing folks to contact us by email or telephone. So if you have a winning ticket, you are certainly welcome to mail or ship that ticket to the Iowa Lottery. But we also have a secure dropbox option at our lottery headquarters in Clive,” Neubauer says. She says the dropbox accommodates everyone and keeps the social distancing rules in place.Neubauer says some people with large winning tickets were not comfortable mailing or shipping the tickets, and they can use the dropbox. “We would ask for folks to call us and we can provide you information about that. In any of these instances, we would not be able to pay the prize on the spot like we normally would.”Neubauer says they will go through proper procedures to handle the mailed in tickets and those left in the dropbox, and then will send out a check to the winners.last_img read more

first_imgMike Conley Jr. stepped out of Greg Oden’s lengthy shadow at just the right time. Conley drove the lane and made a runner with 4 seconds left to give No. 2 Ohio State a 49-48 victory over top-ranked Wisconsin on Sunday in Columbus, Ohio, clinching the Buckeyes’ second consecutive Big Ten title. (26-3, 14-1) (26-4, 12-3) Maryland 89, No. 5 North Carolina 87: D.J. Strawberry scored a career- high 27 points, and the host Terrapins (22-7, 8-6 Atlantic Coast Conference) rallied from a 12-point deficit in the second half to beat the TarHeels (24-5, 10-4) and extend their winning streak to five. North Carolina had a chance to force overtime with 3.5 seconds left, but Brandan Wright missed the first of two free throws and the Tar Heels failed to control the rebound of his second misfire. No. 7 Memphis 77, Houston 64: Chris Douglas-Roberts scored 19 points as the host Tigers (25-3, 14-0 Conference USA) extended their winning streak to 17. No. 17 Vanderbilt 67, Kentucky 65: Derrick Byars grabbed a rebound off his own missed foul shot and scored to give the host Commodores (19-9, 9-5 Southeastern Conference) their first lead with 25.5 seconds left, and Vanderbilt held on for the win. No. 18 Duke 67, St.John’s 50: Greg Paulus scored 19 points and the visiting Blue Devils (22-7, 8-6 ACC) won their fourth straight. No. 20 Louisville 76, Connecticut 69: Terrence Williams scored 17 points as the visiting Cardinals (21-8, 11-4 Big East) won their fifth straight game. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The game marked the first time Big Ten teams have met in a 1 vs. 2 game. “I had a feeling I was going to get the ball,” said Conley, son of the 1992 Olympic triple-jump gold medalist. “I just went to the hole and it worked out for us.” center_img With the victory, the Buckeyes are likely to climb to the top spot in the Associated Press rankings for the first time since since 1962. “I hope it motivates us,” coach Thad Matta said. “I hope it continues to pour gas on our fire.” Alando Tucker, Wisconsin’s candidate for conference Player of the Year, had given the Badgers the lead with just less than a minute left when he scored inside off Jason Chappell’s dump pass. Chappell then blocked a shot by Ron Lewis before Wisconsin’s Kammron Taylor was sent to the line in the bonus situation with 20.3seconds left. Taylor’s first attempt spun off the rim. After a timeout, the Buckeyes passed around the perimeter before Conley scissored through the lane and tossed up a soft shot that balanced on the rim before falling. The Badgers, who lost both games this week after becoming No. 1 for the first time ever, inbounded to Taylor who drove the length of the floor and tried an off-balance 15-footer at the buzzer. Oden got a piece of it before Lewis, a senior playing his final home game, swatted it away. last_img read more

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