The third tower of Cambridge Residences is set to be completed by August 2019“Another compelling feature is the location on the doorstep of Robina Town Centre … residents are just minutes from a major shopping, dining and entertainment complex, public and private hospitals, a major medical precinct and Robina Train Station.“And they have easy access to the M1, connecting them with the wider Gold Coast region and Brisbane.”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by The Agency director of projects Steven Chen said Tower 3 of Cambridge Residences offered some of the best value apartments on the Gold Coast, particularly for first home buyers and investors. Artist’s impression of the Cambridge ResidencesTower 3 will consist of 127 apartments across 12 levels, with resident facilities including a swimming pool, gymnasium, barbecue area and basement parking.Apartments range in size from 74sq m to 158sq m, including balcony and courtyard areas.One bedroom apartments start from $330,000, with three bedroom apartments from $626,000.Once completed, Cambridge Residences will consist of 386 apartments across four towers.THE BASICSCAMBRIDGE RESIDENCESDeveloper: SPG Investment Holding Limited and Starwaly Asset Management Pty LtdPrice: One bedroom apartments from $330,000 (Tower 3)Location: Sales centre located at 42 Laver Driver, Robina An artist’s impression of the Cambridge Residences.CONSTRUCTION of the third tower within the $162 million Cambridge Residences development will start in February, with strong sales prompting the developer to fast-track the project.The third stage of the four-tower project offers a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments priced from $330,000, with the 164 apartments in the first two towers sold out.Eastview Australia project manager Graham Goldman said the third tower was scheduled to be completed by Condev Construction by August 2019.“We expect Tower 3 will mirror the sales success that drove the sellout of the first two towers where buyers, particularly those buying their first home, were galvanised by the very reasonable price point,” Mr Goldman said.
The club reported that the goalkeeper is well, he is currently asymptomatic and the rest of the group will end his home isolation on March 27. The list of Calcium players suffering from the new disease continues to lengthen: Rugani, Matuidi, Dybala (Juve), Gabbiadini, Colley, Ekdal, La Gumina, Thorsby, Depaoli, Bereszynsky (Sampdoria), Vlahovic, Cutrone, Pezzella (Fiorentina), Zaccagni (Verona), Daniel Maldini (Milan, who also confirmed the positive from his father Paolo) and Sportiello (Atalanta). Marco Sportiello is the first Atalanta player positive to COVID-19. The Nerazzurro team, despite being located in Bergamo, the city hardest hit by the coronavirus with almost 7,000 cases, still had no infection, and was placed in preventive quarantine due to the cases that affected Valencia, its last rival in the match. of the Champions League from last March 10. Given this scenario, resuming training, something that teams like Lazio and Naples wanted to do this week, seems impossible until at least mid-April. The doctors from the Calcio teams signed an agreement that foresees the gradual return to individual work from April 4 and to group work from 13, although everything will depend on the development of the emergency in the transalpine country.