Quattro at IndooroopillyBroad Property Research and Advisory director Paul Broad said Quattro Apartrments were priced exceptionally competitively from $542,500, with an average price per square metre of just $5337 compared to the inner Brisbane average of around $7000 per square metre.“The apartments proposed for Quattro are much larger than typically found in projects that will have strong appeal to the investor market,” Mr Broad said.“In addition, their size, design features, inclusions and convenient location will be very attractive to intending owner-occupiers, particularly downsizers.” Quattro at IndooroopillyMr Gray said the development was only 300m from Indooroopilly shopping centre but was in a really quite cul-de-sac giving the best of both worlds.“These apartments are also bigger than the average, a lot of developers haven’t been doing that over the last few years with most apartments 70sq m internally or less, but these are all 95sq m and above with a 20sq m balcony or courtyard and a high level of finish,” he said.Set over five levels, all three-bedroom apartments have two car parks each and Mr Gray said the body corporate fees were quite low with two-bedroom apartments at under $40 per week and three-bedroom under $60 per week. Quattro at IndooroopillyMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoIndooroopilly is a solid suburb to buy in with Mr Broad saying over the last three years the median sale price of apartments in Indooroopilly had increased by an average of 6 per cent per annum.“This is one of the highest growth rates of any of Brisbane’s western suburbs,” he said.PRD Nationwide Project Marketing director Adam Gray said Quattro was built for the owner-occupier and the three courtyard apartments were likely to attract a lot of attention.“Indooroopilly is a blue ribbon suburb, so I’m expecting the bigger two and three-bedroom apartments will appeal to the empty nesters and I think the balance of the property will probably go towards first-home buyers,” Mr Gray said. Quattro at Indooroopilly has officially launched to market offering 17 luxurious two and three-bedroom apartments with rooftop recreation facilities.PERFECT for the empty nester or first-home buyer these 17 ultra-modern apartments are offering a quiet, maintenance free lifestyle within walking distance to a popular retail hub.MacCorp Developers have just released Quattro to the market, just 7km from the Brisbane CBD, 300m from Indooroopilly shopping centre and close to the University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus. Quattro at IndooroopillyMr Gray said he was most impressed with the high quality level of finish on offer with Miele kitchen appliances, stone benchtops and splashbacks, Herringbone feature tiles in the bathrooms, track lighting and 2.6m high ceilings.The rooftop terrace will provide a haven for its residents, offering city views from the elevated timber deck, an open fire pit, grass area and barbecue facilities.
German shipping major Hapag-Lloyd has added a new 15,000 TEU containership Afif to its fleet, strengthening its presence in South Korea.The company informed that the 150,800 gross ton vessel “was delivered in perfect condition to Hapag-Lloyd and is already making its way to Pusan.”Featuring a length of 368 meters and a width of 51 meters, the new ultra large containers vessel (ULCVs) is the first ship of this class painted in Hapag-Lloyd colors and design, according to the company.By merging with Dubai-based United Arab Shipping Company (UASC), Hapag-Lloyd is strengthening its position as the fifth-largest liner shipping company in the world.Its 230 vessels sailing across the world have a total transport capacity of approximately 1.6 million TEU. The average capacity of the ships is thereby growing by roughly 1,000 TEU, from 5,860 to 6,839 TEU.With the merger, Hapag-Lloyd’s fleet was strengthened with 15,000 TEU+ ships. Before the move, the largest ships in Hapag-Lloyd’s fleet were the ten Hamburg Express-class vessels, each with capacities of around 13,200 TEU.Image Courtesy: Hapag-Lloyd
The Director of the Liberia National Police (LNP), Colonel Clarence C. Massaquoi, blames the general public, including communities and individuals across the country for the presence of unprofessional officers in the police force.Speaking yesterday on the observance of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, held at the Young Men’s Christian Association Conference Hall in Monrovia, Director Massaquoi said, communities and individuals were recommending people known to have committed crimes for employment in the police force.The police boss charged that those recommendations were based on personal interests and nepotism which have led to the employment of many unprofessional police officers in the ranks. This is bad and unfortunate for the LNP, he declared.“We have some good apples within the police, but the bad ones are also many and they account for problems that reflect negatively on the image of the police. We are working to ensure that all the bad apples are removed from the force,” he said.He explained that the police officers are human and are liable to make mistakes in discharging their duties. But he promised to ensure that professionalism in the police force is maintained to the fullest during his administration.“We are not in the habit of putting any journalist or other citizen in jail. Journalists need to help the government in making Liberia a better place to live. Journalists need to abide by police orders while discharging their duties,” the police director stated. “When we took over the police, we insisted that not a single person will die and not even the journalist. The police will not witch hunt the media,” The LNP boss explained.Speaking on the collaboration between the media, journalists and the police in general, the police boss said, the police have no intention of jailing journalists. He promised to work with media institutions and journalists for the betterment of Liberia.The police boss called on media institutions and journalists to observe their social responsibilities in the process of discharging their duties and avoid anything that could cause political conflicts in the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)