Only a few apartments are left for sale in this development complex

first_img18 David St, Nundah.Graczyk Thompson Hendra selling agent Matt Thompson said the apartments offered a contemporary design and made great use of the internal and external flow of space. “All are very private with lovely aspects (either to the rear or towards David St which is lined with magnificent large trees,” Mr Thompson said.The apartments are 8km from Brisbane’s CBD and close to public transport. 18 David St, Nundah.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 18 David St, Nundah.Brisbane property developer Jenny O’Brien enjoyed creating her latest project so much so she invested in an apartment there herself. Mrs O’Brien said only five units remained at the 19-unit complex at 18 David St, Nundah site. After knocking down two homes at 18 and 20 David St, Mrs O’Brien said the remaining two-bedroom, two-bathroom units were proving popular among investors and first homebuyers.“Our properties that are listed for rent get snapped up within two days,” Mrs O’Brien said. “The market is very strong here.“Nundah doesn’t have a glut of units. The market has picked up over Christmas.”center_img 18 David St, Nundah.Mrs O’Brien said she had always had a passion for real estate.“I’ve always wanted to develop,” she said.She said the one-bedroom apartments were snapped up and sold off the plan.The pet-friendly building has low body corporate fees, according to Mrs O’Brien who lives in one of the units.She said often people feel boxed in when it comes to apartment living, however an illusion of space was created within each unit.“They are standard-sized units but we have nice high ceilings,” she said.last_img read more

Beimel can’t get decision

first_imgIt is unclear how much that well-publicized incident played into the decision by a three-person panel, but club officials acknowledged it was used against Beimel during Friday’s hearing in Phoenix. The panel rendered its decision on Saturday. “Certainly, it was a part of his season,” Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said. “We would have been remiss in not mentioning it, considering the impact it had on the team, on the organization and on the fans.” The Dodgers now have about $103 million, including signing bonuses, committed to 18 players for this season. tony.jackson@dailynews.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Beimel was an important figure in the Dodgers’ run to the National League wild card last year and also brought a professional attitude to the clubhouse. Beimel, called to the majors on May 1, stayed the rest of the season and posted a 2.96 ERA in 62 appearances in what easily was his best season. But after cutting himself in that Manhattan bar on Oct. 3 – and after initially telling team officials the incident happened in his hotel room – Beimel was sent back to Los Angeles for treatment. He apologized to teammates in a closed-door meeting before Game 3 of the NLDS, but was sent home from Dodger Stadium by Colletti and manager Grady Little. Beimel later expressed public remorse over the incident, and Dodgers officials made it clear all was forgiven. But when the sides couldn’t agree on a contract – Beimel made $425,000 last year and was seeking $1.25 million this year – the Dodgers were free to rehash the incident in their first arbitration hearing in three years. Colletti and assistant general manager Kim Ng said they each shook hands with Beimel before and after the hearing. His agent, Joe Sroba, said he called Ng shortly after the decision came down to congratulate her and Colletti, and Ng confirmed she received such a call. The Dodgers made a last-ditch effort to avoid arbitration with a final offer slightly above the club’s filing number just after the parties arrived in Phoenix on Thursday night. Sroba said “it wasn’t tempting,” but both sides said there never were any talks about a multi-year contract. center_img The Dodgers had forgiven Joe Beimel. But that didn’t mean they had forgotten. Four months after the left-handed reliever cut his pitching hand on a glass while drinking in a bar two nights before the club’s playoff opener – making him unavailable for what became a three-game sweep by the New York Mets – the Dodgers won their arbitration case against Beimel, who will be paid $912,500 this season. last_img read more