Renders of Sunday on The Esplanade, Paradise Point. DG Projects director Paul Dolso said his company was driven to create a statement project overlooking the Broadwater.“In my view the Broadwater is one of the most iconic locations in the city, with a very distinct feel and culture apart from the beachside neighbourhoods,” Mr Dolso said.“In lifestyle it reminds me very much of Sydney’s Pittwater in that there is a clear transition from the surf culture of the southern suburbs to a way of life centred more on boating.“This lifestyle is what initially made us focus on Paradise Point and the decision to build is driven by our desire to create a neighbourhood benchmark for design and amenities — in a location that is currently somewhat overlooked in terms of new building activity.” More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoRenders of Sunday on The Esplanade, Paradise Point. Renders of Sunday on The Esplanade, Paradise Point.PARADISE Point luxury apartment project Sunday on The Esplanade is set to add to the transformation of the suburb.Located at 116 The Esplanade, Paradise Point, Sunday on The Esplanade features five apartments across three-storeys, each priced from $1.45 million.Its apartment mix includes four three-bedroom, two-bathroom residences across the second and third floors, with the ground floor housing a four-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment.Each apartment has two car spaces in an underground carpark, with each apartment accessible by lift. Renders of Sunday on The Esplanade, Paradise Point. Renders of Sunday on The Esplanade, Paradise Point. Sunday on The Esplanade is DG Projects second development on the Gold Coast following Canopy in Palm Beach.“We understand that the city is in the midst of a $30 billion investment boom and saw the opportunity to expand our reach by choosing Paradise Point as the next location for us to build,” Mr Dolso said“We saw that it’s ideally situated to capitalise on its proximity to the northern-growth corridor and relative closeness to Brisbane.” Sunday — on the Esplanade is expected to be complete by late 2019.
Dermot Weld’s lightly-raced filly Sarafiyla catches the eye among the runners for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF (Fillies) Handicap over a mile and a quarter at Navan on Wednesday. The Aga Khan-owned three-year-old has 15 rivals to overcome in the feature race on the card. This daughter of Azamour is rated 84 on the back of her three runs to date. She landed her maiden at Leopardstown on yielding ground so should be at home on the forecast soft going at the County Meath track. A visor is fitted for the first time. Press Association Aidan O’Brien introduces two newcomers at the meeting. Pink Lavender, who holds an Irish 1,000 Guineas entry, goes in the opening two-year-old maiden. She could be troubled by Paul Deegan’s Red Ivy, who has not been beaten far behind good juveniles Jeanne Girl, Beach Belle and Captain My Captain. Dynamo gets a run for O’Brien in the concluding Bet Online At thetote.com Maiden over a mile and five furlongs. Of those with experience, Ger Lyons’ Thunder Zone has been placed twice, while Michael Mulvany’s Rightdownthemiddle was a solid second to Silver Concorde at this venue on his last appearance. The five-furlong handicap attracts three course-and-distance winners – Bubbly Bellini, Calm Bay and Big Bad Lily. The former comes here in good heart following a win over six furlongs at Cork on Saturday. He carries the mandatory 5lb winner’s penalty and Declan McDonogh is booked for the ride again by trainer Ado McGuinness. Oor Jock also gives McGuinness a strong hand in this race. Jim Bolger’s Steip Amach will be a warm order for the Win A Ski Holiday Racecard Competition Median Auction Maiden. She has twice finished fourth in Listed company in races won by Jack Naylor and Together Forever, and she handles cut in the ground. The www.navanracecourse.ie Handicap over a mile is a fiercely-competitive affair with 21 horses declared, but C’Est Ma Souer is a lively outsider. She has been dropped 3lb in the weights and won a 30-runner handicap at the Curragh in October last year. The more rain there is, the better the chance becomes for Vasoni, who is also sliding down the handicap. Lyons supplies top-weight Crafted Mastery in the Tote Super Trifecta Handicap. She has plenty of form in the book, but still has to prove a fondness for slower ground. The Bolger-trained Craic Agus Spraoi won’t mind the conditions and holds an each-way chance in her first handicap. Recent winners Face Value, Scooping and Irish Mint clash in the Tote Mobile Betting Handicap over a mile and five. Jessica Harrington’s Modem, though, looks primed to deliver a good run after two placed efforts in August and September.