Stockland’s Foreshore Coomera has had no shortage of keen buyers

first_imgMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoStockland development, Foreshore Coomera.He said more than 2000 people registered their interest prior to the first land release. “We are delighted with the strength of early demand for home sites,” he said. “It represents a great show of faith in our vision for this exciting new community. “Foreshore Coomera is proving very popular with first home buyers and young families who are drawn in by the fact they can buy an affordable, yet innovative house and land package in a beautiful location. Home sites range from 250sq m to 705sq m and priced from $234,900 to $368,900.Earthworks are also expected to start at the community this month.Foreshore Coomera is off Foxwell Rd and further expands Stockland’s presence in the rapidly growing northern growth corridor. Stockland development, Foreshore Coomera.THE first land release at Stockland’s Foreshore Coomera community has been snapped up by pre-registered buyers.Stockland has sold more than 50 home sites in the initial land release.Stockland regional manager David Laner said he was overwhelmed by the initial interest in the Coomera community which will have about 570 homes. last_img read more

GPL Preview: Kenichi Yatsuhashi to return to Hearts’ bench for top of the table clash

first_imgHearts of Oak coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi has assured Hearts fans he will be back on the bench when his side take on Wa All Stars in the top of the table clash at the Accra Sports Stadium.The Japanese American was taken ill last week and as a result missed Hearts’ 3-0 triumph over Wa All Stars in the MTN FA Cup.However, Kenichi is confident he will be back on the bench when they face the Wa side in a clash of two unbeaten sides“I am feeling fine and I am very close to full recovery now. I was so happy to get the fans message and concern for my health. I am even happier to let them know that I am very close to full recovery and returning to coaching soon,” he told Hearts news.”For this upcoming match against Wa All Stars this weekend, I am sure I will be on the bench.”On the game itself, Kenichi was aware of the strengths his opponents possessed but believed his side could carry the day should the limit their opponent’s strengths. “As far as the game coming up, they are a good side. But we have to prepare our team very well. We have to deny their strong points and attack their weakness and we have to also play our game. So it will be an interesting match for everyone to watch.”Assistant coach Yaw Preko took charge of the team in Yatsuhashi’s absence. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more