Luxury golf course living has never been more achievable

first_imgFairview Residences, Robina.“The apartments offer a sound investment opportunity for investors looking for property in a popular area, with easy access to public transport, education facilities and lifestyle amenities. Fairview is also highly appealing to owner-occupiers looking to downsize or get into their first property.” Fairview Residences, Robina.Fairview is Rawcorp’s second development released at The Glades since November. Rawcorp special projects manager Dan Rogers said Robina had a strong history of investment performance and growth, and with significant development both planned and under way, along with population growth projected over the coming years, the outlook for prospective buyers was positive. Apartments start at $399,000. Fairview Residences, Robina.FAIRVIEW Residences will rise at one of Australia’s most prestigious resort golf courses, The Glades.Rawcorp’s seven-level Robina development made up of 76 apartments was revealed at the Australian Property Expo last weekend where three deposits were taken on the pre-release apartments along with more than 20 registrations of interest. center_img More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoFairview Residences, Robina.Fairview will be built on a 2865sq m site at Glades Drive, Robina and will include a mix of two and three-bedroom apartments with a roof terrace, pool and gym. It is next to the Glades Country club and Viva Cafe and Bar. Marketing Projects SEQ managing director Kyia Anderson has been appointed to market the apartments and said the level of interest reinforced the demand for high quality, competitively priced property in Robina. last_img read more

Tamarac Commissioner Criticizes BSO Deputy at Awards Ceremony for Arresting Him Years Ago

first_imgA South Florida commissioner shocked his colleagues and others attending an awards ceremony during Wednesday’s commission meeting.Tamarac Mayor Michelle Gomez and the city’s leadership were handing out Officer of the Month awards and posing for photos with the recognized officers.Afterward, Commissioner Mike Gelin took the microphone from Gomez and asked Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Gallardo to return to the front of the room.Gelin then criticized Gallardo over what he believed was his false arrest by the officer in 2015, stating, “You probably don’t remember me, but you’re the police officer who falsely arrested me four years ago. You lied on the police report. I believe you’re a rogue police officer. You’re a bad police officer, and you don’t deserve to be here.”Gallardo responded by smiling and walking away.Gomez told reporters afterward, “Completely shocked. This was not something we were expecting. It was supposed to be a wonderful morning. We were giving the awards for the BSO deputies of the month. It was supposed to be a feel-good time.”She took the microphone back from Gelin and expressed support for the officers in attendance and all those who protect our region.According to the website LawEnforcementToday.com, Gallardo took Gelin into custody for resisting arrest without violence in 2014, after Gelin refused to stay away from a scene in which a man had been found beaten.The district attorney chose not to move forward with case, and all of the charges were eventually dropped.“When I shared my video with the state attorney’s office to prove that I did nothing wrong, they declined to file charges against me,” Gelin says. “I had a productive conversation with the Sheriff yesterday and I will try to resolve things and move forward.”Gallardo was being honored at the meeting for his role in the April arrest of a gang member who was wanted for murder in El Salvador and was in the U.S. illegally.last_img read more