Plunge pools and golf cart parking make this new development a hit

first_img. . Azure Development Group’s Emerson Edition development.Stunning low maintenance pads with golf course views have been launched as part of The Emerson Edition in the exclusive Minnippi Parklands.The Emerson Edition, by developer Azure Development Group, takes inspiration from classic Palm Springs 1950s modernist architecture, while still embracing contemporary Brisbane living.The unprecedented edition will feature a collection of 15 modern and distinctive residences, featuring private plunge pools, internal landscaped courtyards, golf cart parking and north-easterly views of the seventh fairway.The greatly anticipated golf course will be Brisbane’s only public course south of the Brisbane River, and the first to be built in over 70 years.Designed with owner occupiers and downsizers in mind, the spacious four-bedroom, three bathroom and two-car garage terraces range from 273sq m to 545sq m, priced from $1.05 million.Azure Development Group’s Director Trent Keirnan said he believed the residences were unique to Brisbane and fitting for the Minnippi enclave.“Brand new, large, low maintenance, golf-frontage, this close to the CBD … It just doesn’t exist,” Mr Keirnan said.“It’s just amazing, even if people are not golfers they know the north easterly aspect is not going to be built out.“Our vision for The Emerson Edition is to celebrate the timeless appeal of classic, mid-centuryMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoarchitecture — how it can complement both the natural landscape and contemporary Brisbaneliving.”Featuring European oak flooring throughout, there are multiple living areas, extensive master bedrooms with walk-in robe and ensuites.The kitchens are long and expansive, featuring refined stone benchtops, an abundance of cabinetsand intelligent storage spaces and exclusive feature pendant lighting.“A considered focus on balancing form and function has enabled us to provide massive amounts of storage and generous living spaces across all areas of the residences”Mr Keirnan said rather than having residents share a communal facility, they have designed the terraces and courtyards larger so they could be used privately.last_img read more

Joshua faces top sparring for Ruiz rematch

first_imgRelatedPosts Joshua plans title defence in Nigeria Why I lost my titles to Anthony Joshua — Andy Ruiz Joshua shows off body transformation for Ruiz rematch Eddie Hearn has revealed that Anthony Joshua is taking a completely different approach to his sparring for the Brit’s highly-anticipated heavyweight rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia on December 7. The Matchroom head has revealed the problems which dogged Joshua’s camp in the run up to the first fight at Madison Square Garden – one of boxing’s biggest ever upsets – which ended in Ruiz Jr spectacularly triumphing via a seventh-round stoppage. Sparring partners were in short supply for the original world title bout after the Mexican was drafted in at the 11th hour to replace Joshua’s scheduled opponent, Jarrell Miller, who had to be pulled out following failed drug tests. Hearn told Sky Sports: “Sparring is something we’ve been working at. “First time around we only had four weeks, and three weeks of sparring. We found guys but probably not the guys we really wanted. “Now the sparring is top class. He is focused and looking great. Eight weeks to go. “We’re not interested in looking at Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder or anything else. It’s just about winning one of the biggest heavyweight events of all time.” Joshua also commented on his sparring and quashed rumours that he was knocked down in training ahead of the first Ruiz Jr fight, during which he asked his trainer Robert McCracken after the sixth and penultimate round: “Why am I feeling like this?” The Olympic gold medallist said: “I feel like people are more interested in their five minutes of fame. “Even in sparring, everyone wants to be famous, rather than a good fighter. “You can’t even enjoy your training and work on things without someone trying to make up false allegations, and trying to get five minutes of fame. “You bring someone into your training camp to do them a favour, you’re paying them, you beat them up in every round, then they go and do an interview. “It just happens all the time in boxing, there is just a lot of envy.” Eddie Hearn previously spoke of the problem finding like-for-like sparring partners to mimic the awkward physical and technical skills of Ruiz Jr. “It’s so difficult to replicate the style of Andy Ruiz,” Hearn said. “The guy is 6’1′, he’s 19st, and he’s got speed like a middleweight. “It’s one thing getting a sparring partner in, it’s getting them to let their hands go against Anthony Joshua. Would you want to do it? You’ve got to be mad to even spar with him, let alone fight him.”Tags: Andy Ruizlast_img read more