first_imgMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoPark Central One, Woolloongabba.Colliers International residential project manager Rachel Hutson, who is marketing the project said the project was designed for residents who wanted a convenient and active lifestyle, being only seven minutes from the CBD.“Being part of a transit oriented development, Park Central One will be a hub of activity offering residents direct connection to Buranda busway and rail stations as well as dedicated bikeways link to South east Freeway and the Norman Creek Bikeway and Greenway,” Ms Huston said.Brisbane City Council has recently handed down its business case for a $944 Million high frequency Brisbane Metro service, that Park Central will directly be able to access.The Metro, which will pass through the Buranda busway station, will reduce travel time and improve services into the CBD.Park Central One apartments have designer kitchens, reconstituted stone island benchtops, and stainless steel Bosch appliances, with one-bedroom apartments averaging 60sq m selling from $350,000 to $425,000 and two-bedroom apartments averaging 90sq m with prices from $485,000 to $690,000. Park Central One at Woolloongabba will be the first residential tower as part of the $1 billion Park Central development. PARK Central One has just launched to the market as the first residential tower in the $1 billion master planned Park Central development in Woolloongabba.The Transit Oriented Development is part of a fast growing trend in creating vibrant, liveable, sustainable communities through the creation of compact, walkable, pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use communities centred around train systems.The 18-level tower will have 168 one and two-bedroom residences with a private rooftop garden terrace with pool, deck and gym and ground floor retail.Developed by Singapore based Wee Hur Holdings Ltd, the residential tower is architecturally designed by Woods Bagot, and Tomkins have recently been appointed as the builders, with construction expected to commence later this year. Park Central One, Woolloongabba.“Full-height glazing and spacious balcony maximise both space and views with Brisbane CBD views seen from one side of the building and extensive green views of Hanlon Park and Thompson Estate Reserve on the other side,” Ms Hutson said.The future stages at Park Central will include more residential apartments and student accommodation, all positioned around a 4,300sq m ‘sky park’ and 16,000sq m retail precinct anchored by a supermarket, specialty stores and dining.The sky park is expected to be a private recreation space with a club lounge, outdoor dining and entertaining areas, 350sq m lap and lagoon pool with infinity edge and waterfall, a jogging track, outdoor gym equipment, table tennis, bocce, yoga lawn, grassed kick-a-bout area, outdoor cinema and fenced off-leash dog park.last_img

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first_imgThe €2.2bn pension fund of Dutch supervisor De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) said it is assessing whether to continue independently or to join a general pension fund (APF).The probe comes in the wake of pensions provider TKP Pensioen’s announcement that it would cease its services no later than 1 January 2023, as it would prefer to focus on larger clients.According to the DNB’s pension board, with a new administrator, the fund would be sufficiently robust to continue as a company scheme for now.However, were the scheme to opt for a consolidation vehicle, it would need to do so in collaboration with the employer, as both prefer to keep existing pension rights and future pension accrual under one roof, it emphasised. In its annual report for 2019, DNB said it will reach a decision on its future next year.Earlier this year, DNB Pensioenfonds took another step to distance itself from its sponsor by replacing almost all its trustees and advisors linked to the supervisor, arguing that it wanted to avoid the semblance of conflicting interests.At the same time, it reduced the number of trustees from nine to six, but stuck to the board model of equal representation.It also established its own administrative bureau for board support, as a consequence of increased outsourced services and its decision to no longer use the employer’s expertise.Additionally, following the abolishment of the scheme’s advisory committees, the responsible trustees have been tasked with preparing for board meetings in co-operation with the new pensions bureau.ReturnsThe pension fund said its 62.6% matching portfolio returned 10.4%, while its return holdings of worldwide equity (26%) and property through REITs (11.4%) generated a combined return of 8.5%.Based on the scheme’s funding level of 119.8% at year-end, it decided to grant an inflation compensation of 87% of the consumer index. In March, its coverage ratio had dropped to 117.9%.Last year, the DNB Pensioenfonds switched management of its equity portfolio from BlackRock to Rotterdam-based Robeco, in particular tasked with implementing the first stage of the scheme’s ESG policy.The pension fund also appointed consultancy Sprenkels & Verschuren as its new actuarial adviser to replace TKP Pensioen.It reported administration costs of €340 per participant, and spent 18 and 4 bps on asset management and transactions, respectively.The DNB Pensioenfonds has 2,045 active participants, 1,885 deferred members and 1,475 pensioners.To read the digital edition of IPE’s latest magazine click here.last_img

first_img Loading… French rugby’s plans to finish its club season with a late-summer playoff drew criticism from the president of reigning champions Toulouse. Toulouse president Didier Lacroix objects to the Top 14 playoff plans, even though his club would not be involved “Restarting a season with the playoffs, just for the principle of having them doesn’t make sense,” Didier Lacroix said on Thursday in an interview with the weekly Midi Olympique. The league (LNR) is considering a four-team final tournament at the end of the summer to conclude the current season, based on league placings when play was suspended. “The final phase is the summit of a season,” Lacroix said. “We’d take them out of the context, just to play two or three matches as soon as we are allowed to resume.” Normally the top six teams would qualify for the post-season. Toulouse were seventh after the last round of matches played, but within one victory of third place. The plan means leaders Bordeaux-Begles would face Toulon and Lyon would play Racing 92 in the semi-finals before a grand final at the Stade de France set for the scheduled opening day of the 2020-2021 season. “At that time, they’re usually friendly matches because we don’t have the cohesion or the energy or the returning strength,” Lacroix said. “We can say ‘special condition, special solution’, I understand that, but I don’t think we can throw away this duty to remember the finals, this moment magnified for those who were lucky enough to play in them or to experience them,” said Lacroix, who won the French title six times as a player with Toulouse. He said the LNR must try “whatever the cost” and “whatever the dates” to continue the current championship, although he acknowledged that depended on “decisions made by others.” Read Also: UEFA open to seasons ending early due to COVID-19 He also said rugby needed to be played before a crowd. “Behind closed doors, in Toulouse, but also in other clubs, rugby would not last more than a month and a half,” he said. When the season was halted, Toulouse still had nine rounds to haul themselves into the Top 14 playoffs and were also looking forward to a home European Cup quarter-final against Ulster. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing Locations7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearlast_img

first_imgBy Shawn MillerJACKSON, Minn. – A lot of money is up for grabs during the season-opening event at Jackson Motorplex later this month.The recently renovated 4/10-mile oval hosts the IMCA Frostbuster on Saturday, April 28, during Bank Midwest Night presents the Double Down Showdown.IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts will be in action. All IMCA divisions will be presented a unique opportunity as the winner’s payout in the main event will be doubled if 24 or more cars show up in a given class.Without the bonus, Modifieds will race for $600 to win, Stock Cars and Northern SportMods for $500 to win, Hobby Stocks for $300 to win and Sport Compacts for $100 to win. Those figures will double if at least two dozen drivers compete, aking the Modified feature a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier.Pits will open at 3 p.m. with the main gates opening at 5 p.m. Hot laps are scheduled for 7 p.m. with racing to follow.Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students ages 13 to 18. Children ages 12 and under get in free. Pit passes are $30. All IMCA classes will have a $10 draw fee.If weather postpones the event, the make-up date is Saturday, May 5.There will be a test and tune session for all classes on Friday, April 27, from 6-9 p.m.last_img

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