Rawcorp’s new apartment project Bellevue at The Glades, Robina.Marketing Projects SEQ director Kyia Anderson said its location, views and floorplans were attracting a mix of local downsizers and first home buyers. Construction is expected to start in July.“Bellevue is ideally positioned close to Robina Town Centre and the Robina railway station, with easy access to the Pacific Motorway and numerous public and private schools,” she said.“Most apartments are over 110sqm, with just two to five apartments per level. “The majority of apartments face North East overlooking The Glades golf course, with views out towards the skyline from Burleigh right up to Surfers Paradise.” Rawcorp’s new apartment project Bellevue at The Glades, Robina.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoBellevue at Robina will have 58 apartments across two buildings connected at podium level. Residents will have access to a lap pool, gym, sauna and entertainment area.Ms Ferris paid $420,000 for a two-bedroom, two bathroom apartment with large balcony overlooking the golf course. Her older brother quickly followed in her footsteps.“While I can see this will definitely be a great investment opportunity down the track, I am looking forward to living at The Glades,” he said. Siblings Samantha and Chris Ferris have snapped up apartments at Bellevue.SIBLINGS Samantha and Chris Ferris are among the growing number of people who put off flying the coop to save for their first homes.The waiting paid off because the pair have snapped up apartments in Rawcorp’s new luxury development, Bellevue at The Glades. Rawcorp’s new apartment project Bellevue at The Glades, Robina.“Saving for a home deposit can take years and neither of us wanted to get stuck in the rental trap, which would only have made it harder to save,” Ms Ferris said.“We were lucky enough to be able to stay with mum and dad while we both saved enough to buy our own homes. “We were even luckier to discover Bellevue in time to take advantage of the $20,000 First Home Owners grant.” Rawcorp’s new apartment project Bellevue at The Glades, Robina.
(REUTERS) – ALLYSON Felix won her 12th world title, and her first since becoming a mother, as the United States claimed the inaugural world championship 4×400 metres mixed relay on Sunday.In doing so, Felix, who won her first gold in 2005, overhauled Usain Bolt’s record of 11 world titles.Felix ran the second leg as the U.S. team also featuring Wilbert London, Courtney Okolo and Michael Cherry won in three minutes 9.04 seconds — a world record for the new event — to finish ahead of Jamaica and Bahrain.The team draped themselves in U.S. flags as they celebrated their win but, with barely any spectators in the Khalifa Stadium, went straight down the tunnel instead of completing a lap of honour.Seven of the eight teams chose to run the first and fourth legs with men while Poland went for men in the first two legs and women in the last two.That meant the Poles finished the second leg with a healthy lead which was cut back in the third leg and obliterated within the first 100 metres of the fourth as Justyna Swiety-Ersetic was overtaken by Cherry. Poland eventually finished fifth.Felix, 33, has also won three world titles in the women’s 200 metres, one in the 400 metres, three in the women’s 4×100 metres relay and four in the women’s 4×400 metres relay.