Solstice Quays at Hope Island will have 35 modern townhouses.Body corporate fees would cost about $36 per week while marina berths were priced at $60,000.The projected is expected to be finished by mid 2019. The pool and barbecue area will be like a holiday resort.“There is a pedestrian walkway so the dry block homes can access the waterfront side,” Mr Mian said.“There’s a very nice pool and barbecue area that’s communal (and) they’ve got a couple of marina berths also for sale.”There are a range of designs to choose from but each has three-bedrooms, two living areas and double garages.Prices for the townhouses start at $549,000 while those on the waterfront range from $719,000 to $729,000. Solstice Quays at Hope Island will have 35 modern townhouses.CONSTRUCTION has started on 35 townhouses at Hope Island.The Solstice Quays development at 35 Sickle Ave will offer six properties with canal frontages while the remaining 29 will be built behind them. However, Ray White Sovereign Islands principal Ali Mian said all the modern townhouses would have access to the waterfront. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoInside the townhouses at Solstice Quays.
Moussa Marega, Porto center forward, has once again expressed his discomfort after the unpleasant episode he suffered last February 16 in the match against Vitoria Guimaraes. In that encounter, The Dragons they would end up taking the cat to the water for a result of 1-2 and with a bit of the Franco-Malian. But the most talked about did not happen on the grass, but in the stands of the Dom Alfonso Henriques Stadium. It was the 70th minute of encounter when Marega said “enough” and insisted vehemently to leave the field, due to the racist insults he had been listening for several minutes.The Portuguese League He was no stranger to this event and took action on the matter. After an extraordinary meeting, He decided that he would financially sanction the Vimaraense club for this cause with a fine of 714 euros. After hearing the news, Marega soon reacted. And he did it to show his disagreement, since consider the quantity insufficient with which the Guimaraes club has been punished. It was through your Instagram account where the striker left an ironic message in which he left, very clearly, his disagreement: “Não! E Muito! Can I pay for it?” (“No! It’s a lot! Can I pay for them?”) However, to 714 euros from the sanction imposed by racist insults must be added another 17227 euros. As the Portuguese media has broken down Saturday, Vitoria Guimaraes has been fined 4017 euros for pyrotechnic devices, 3392 for firing torches and other objects towards the Porto bench, 2678 for exchanging torches between ultras of the two teams and 7140 for throwing chairs. A total of 17941 euros what The Conquerors, nickname by which they are known in Portuguese lands, will have to pay.