New Carrara riverfront apartments hitting the market

first_imgQY Developments, is set to launch stage one of Riverfront Residences.A COLLECTION of luxury riverfront apartments is set to hit the market in Carrara.Brisbane-based developer, QY Development is behind Riverfront Residences, which will incorporate 106 apartments in two six-level buildings. The development at 574–586 Nerang Broadbeach Rd, includes an infinity pool and timber boardwalk on the river’s edge, terrace and outdoor gym, an outdoor kitchen and barbecue area, residents’ jetty and kayak, paddleboard and jet ski storage. One, two, and three bedroom apartments will start from $375,000.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours agoQY Developments director Michael Guo said it was exciting to create a development with on and off-site recreational facilities for the Gold Coast market. “We wanted to create a space where residents can enjoy luxurious apartment living along with recreational opportunities all within walking distance of their home, to promote the active, healthy community lifestyle that Queensland and the Gold Coast are renowned for,” he said. “We have assembled a team of leading development industry specialists to create Riverfront Residences and make the most of the riverfront position. “Award-winning Brisbane architects Kris Kowalski Architects and internationally recognised project managers Gleeds are key consultants on the project.” All apartments feature modern open-plan and spacious interiors, and flexible configurations designed to meet the needs of a variety of lifestyles, and are particularly focused around owner-occupier living. Riverfront Residences marketing manager and Total Property Group managing director, Adrian Parsons, said the new development offered a unique riverfront opportunity for local buyers who aspired to live on the river.last_img read more

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Bergen Group to maintain offshore platform engines for Equinor

first_imgIllustration: Equnior’s Gina Krog platform offshore Norway / Photographer: Ole Jørgen Bratland / EquinorNorwegian oil and gas company Equinor has signed a framework agreement with its compatriot company Bergen Group Services for engine maintenance on offshore platforms.The framework agreement will be valid from February 1, 2019. Bergen Group said the deal could generate it turnover of at least NOK 50 million ($5 million) throughout the contract period. The agreement includes an option for a 2-year renewal.The framework agreement comprises work related to corrective and planned service/maintenance/overhaul of MTU diesel engines both on offshore locations (Norwegian sector) and at Bergen Group Services’ premises located in Bergen.last_img

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