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A new land development in Holmview keeps Logan firing

first_imgOne of Choice Homes many designs.Located near the Holmview Train Station, and around 30 minutes from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast, The Highlands is well placed to harness the strong demand for property in the area.“There is significant pent up demand for property in the Northern Corridor and we wanted to go some way to meeting that while launching The Highlands with a bang,” Mr Knight said.Next month, three new display homes, powered by James Hardie and Colorbond Steel materials, will open in the estate, which is situated just off the corner of Tallagandra and Wuraga Road, Holmview and ideally positioned with easy access to the M1. The Highlands is just minutes from Eden’s Landing State School, Canterbury College and more than 21 public and private schools and numerous childcare centres in the Logan region. Choice Homes, with one of its displays pictured, has recently launched Highland Estate in Logan, releasing 163 blocks worth $37.5 million.THERE are only four blocks out of 27 left in the first release of a new Logan estate, proving the growth corridor is still booming.The $75 million The Highlands estate, by Choice Homes, will eventually see 163 blocks sold as a new master planned community in the Logan Corridor.Choice Homes director Troy Knight is expecting the new estate in Holmview to match the performance of its nearby sister estate, Tallagandra Heights, which sold out in record time.“We are expecting to deliver $75 million plus in house and land packages by the end of the year,” says Choice Homes Director Troy Knight.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago“This is an exciting new master planned estate that has been a long time in the making and Choice Homes is excited to finally release it to the market.”last_img read more

Chelsea want Villa to pay Drinkwater’s weekly wages

first_img Back in 2016-17, Drinkwater was playing a vital role in a Champions League quarter-final against Atletico Madrid, as he and Leicester’s triumphant squad rode the high of winning the Premier League title. He is still only 29-years-old, and if he gets back to his old form, Drinkwater could be a key-man in Villa’s survival. Read Also:Drinkwater back in Chelsea after poor loan spell at BurnleyVilla lost 2-1 in the FA Cup third-round on Saturday to Fulham, but have managed two wins in three Premier League games at the bottom of the league. Villa are next in action on Wednesday, against Drinkwater’s former club Leicester in the semi-final of the Carabao Cup. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Aston Villa will have to stump up £110,000-a-week to land Chelsea’s Danny Drinkwater on loan, as the Blues play on Villa’s desperation to bolster their midfield. Dean Smith’s side are far from safe, hovering one-point above the relegation zone. With vital midfielder John McGinn side-lined with a long-term injury, they are looking to a Premier League winner on a short-term loan. Chelsea will force Aston Villa to pay all of Danny Drinkwater’s wages in the event of a loan deal. Drinkwater returned to Stamford Bridge this month after flopping at Burnley, playing just once in the Premier League after being beaten up outside a nightclub in Manchester in September. He has played less than 200 minutes of first-team football in two years, and Chelsea chiefs are demanding any club interested in the Englishman will have to pay 100-per-cent of his wages, according to the Sun.Former Blues boss Mauricio Sarri played him for only 30 minutes in their Community Shield defeat to Manchester City last season, and Frank Lampard looks to have no interest either.Advertisement Loading…last_img read more

Peyton Manning says ‘we’ll see’ to becoming NFL executive

first_imgSo you’re saying there’s a chance? Related News Could we see Peyton Manning working in an NFL front office? Never say never.Manning was asked that by TMZ Sports on his way out of a restaurant Wednesday night, where he indicated he wouldn’t say no if the right opportunity came along. “I kind of like being a fan,” Manning said. “[I get to] go to a lot of games … see the Broncos play, Colts play, see the Giants play … so I’m kind of enjoying doing that part of it right now but we’ll see.” Browns’ Myles Garrett eager for ‘more freedom to be the player I want to be’center_img NFL approves new field for Azteca Stadium; Chiefs-Chargers set for Nov. 18 Manning reportedly has been approached by front offices since he retired at the end of the 2015 season but has remained only an occasional commentator when it comes to working in the NFL.His career spanned nearly two decades, winning a Super Bowl with the Colts, then the Broncos before calling it quits. Apparently, he’s enjoying watching his brother Eli Manning play for the Giants, although the younger Manning’s career likely is winding down, which could open up Peyton’s schedule quite a bit.last_img read more