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Sharks reborn with development approval to build new community
Media Release: 28 August 2012
The Sutherland Shire will receive a major economic boost by way of a modern integrated master planned community following the approval today by the NSW Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) of the Cronulla Sutherland Leagues Club’s $300m development.
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Sharks juniors safe ... as redevelopment plan goes to vote
18 February 2011; St George & Sutherland Shire Leader
CRONULLA Sharks have given assurances about the future of Cronulla Caringbah and the Cronulla-Sutherland Junior League in advance of the crucial vote on Monday night on the redevelopment of the Sharks Woolooware Bay landholdings.
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$300m lifeline to save sharks
23 January 2011; The Sunday Telegraph
NEW developments in Sydney’s western industrial suburbs have breathed life into the sector, which was hit hard in the past two years. Property developer and construction company Parkview has commenced with the demolition of the landmark Sunbeam factory in Campsie to make way for a $330 million mixed-use development.
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Fresh hope for the mild west
27-28 November 2010; The Sydney Morning Herald
A MULTI-LEVEL shopping centre, complete with outdoor eateries and beer gardens, entertainment zones for the kids and a residential estate that sits alongside a redesigned Toyota Stadium.
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An education, brick by brick
11 November 2010; Sydney Morning Herald
NSW MBA Award - First Year Apprentice of the Year - Malcolm Miller, Parkview Constructions
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Stamford Cosmopolitan, Double Bay receives a commendation award for residential development from the UDIA
20 August 2010; UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence
Stamford Cosmopolitan build by Parkview Constructions for Gloxinia Investments Ltd receives a commendation award for Residential Development at the 2010 UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence Awards Gala dinner.
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Hotel boss falls in love with Gong
14 July 2010; Illawarra Mercury
The chief of Wollongong’s new Chifley Hotel is busily making himself known after landing his dream job. Adrian Teh said taking charge of a brand new hotel before it opened was every hotel manager’s dream, but he still couldn’t get over how lucky he was to secure such an opportunity in such an amazing location.
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6,000th property begins construction under stimulus in just over 12 months
28 May 2010; NSW Taskforce Update issue 51
Parkview has started construction on Housing NSW 6000th property – a $27 million wheel chair accessible complex in College Crescent, Hornsby. One of the largest properties to be completed under the National Building Economic Stimulus program in NSW.
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Constellation to Open Wollongong's Newest Hotel
6 May 2010
Constellation Hotels will set a new benchmark for hotel accommodation and conferencing on the NSW South Coast, with Parkview nearing completion of the 4.5-star Chifley Wollongong due to open in September 2010.
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Rebirth of a landmark in Sydney's Double Bay precinct
5 March 2010; Architecture & Design
A NEW chapter has been written in the 45-year history of The Cosmopolitan Centre in Knox Street in Sydney’s Double Bay area. The seven-level Stamford Cosmopolitan residential and retail development has been completed at a cost of around $150 million.
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Factory site to become Sydney village
17 February 2010; Sydney Morning Herald
The NSW government on Thursday announced approval for the first stage of Parkview’s redevelopment of the former Sunbeam and Victa factories at Campsie, in Sydney's southwest.
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New Wollongong hotel to be run by Chifley Chain
23 January 2010; Illawarra Mercury
HOTEL chain Chifley has signed on to operate Wollongong’s newest hotel, which could be open by the middle of the year. Parkview has recommenced work on the hotel and apartment complex opposite WIN Stadium on track for a July 1 opening.
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Hamilton Island Yacht Club welcomes the conference market
28 January 2010
The opening of Hamilton Island Yacht Club has added four premium conference spaces and a variety of private function areas to the Island. Housed under a billowing sail-shaped copper roof, the venue will offer first-class facilities for special events and conferences.
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Hamilton Island Yacht Club opens its doors to members and public
13 December 2009; by Rob Mundle
After being ceremonially opened by Queensland Premier, Anna Bligh, during Audi Hamilton Race Week in August, the magnificent Hamilton Island Yacht Club has now officially opened its doors to visitors and members.
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Hamilton Island Celebrates the Official Opening of the World class Yacht Club and Golf Club
22 August 2009
Queensland Premier, Anna Bligh, has officially opened two new multi-million dollar venues on Hamilton Island. The opening of the Hamilton Island Yacht Club and Golf Course coincided with the beginning of the 26th Audi Hamilton Island Race Week.
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Buyers settle on beachside luxury at Kirra Surf
30 June 2009; Gold Coast Bulletin
THE Gold Coast's southern beaches continue to lure luxury apartment buyers, with $3.245 million worth of property settling at one of the area's premier developments, Kirra Surf, in the past month.
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Hamilton Island Yacht Club destined for icon status
5 June 2009; by Jeni Bone
Due to open in time for the Audi Hamilton Island Race Week (21-29 August 2009), the perfectly positioned Hamilton Island Yacht Club is destined to become an iconic hub of boating and an attraction with international appeal.
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Treasures at the end of Rainbow
31 October 2008; Tweed Daily News
RAINBOW Bay continues to lure cashed-up buyers to the Tweed with nearly $10 million of property already sold at the luxury $20.7 million Eden development.
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Prestige back on the Main address - XXV Breaker Street
6 September 2008; Gold Coast Bulletin
MAIN Beach is fighting to reclaim its title as the city's elite suburb with a new ultra-luxury development leading the way. Work has begun on the $53 million XXV Breaker Street residential tower, a joint venture by Macquarie Real Estate Equity Fund and Parkview Group.
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Waterbrook Greenwich; Winner Seniors Living
6 August 2008; UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence
As the ultimate lifestyle destination for discerning retirees, residents of Waterbrook Greenwich will enjoy an extensive array of exceptional service and facilities. Situated on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, Waterbrook Greenwich is characterised by 79 luxurious apartments that range from generous two bedroom penthouses. Each residence has modern and spacious interiors and balconies that are ideal for relaxing and entertaining.
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High-rise developers going for gold at Rainbow Bay
1 August 2008; Gold Coast Bulletin
MANY other suburbs might be doing it tough, but investors are still reaping benefits out of Rainbow Bay. The suburb has been dubbed the next Kirra, with more than $50 million of high-rise towers now under construction. The latest is the $13.9 million prestige boutique apartment complex Ciel Rainbow Bay.
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Silver threads among the old deliver retirement gilt
18 July 2008; Sydney Morning Herald
GRAHAM STONE, 65, was living in a Gold Coast apartment when he opted for something more glamorous: a Sydney retirement village. It is not as strange as it sounds. Mr Stone and his wife chose a five-star Greenwich village where apartments sell for up to $2.75 million, the chef used to work at London's Savoy Hotel, and residents flock to the piano bar on Friday nights.
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Billabong drops in on Kirra Surf
23 May 2008; Gold Coast Bulletin
SURFWEAR giant Billabong has bought iconic Gold Coast retailer Kirra Surf in a deal that underpins a major expansion of the company's international headquarters at Burleigh. The new Kirra Surf will occupy 2300sqm at the base of the $95 million Kirra Surf Apartments, a 12-level mixed-use project being undertaken by financial services giant Macquarie Group and construction company Parkview.
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Kirra leads the way in Coast construction
14 March 2008; Gold Coast Bulletin
THE southern Gold Coast skyline is once again dotted by cranes, signalling the renaissance of the sleepy southern suburbs. Kirra is at the heart of the revival, kicking off a fresh phase in high-rise construction to rival the halcyon days of the 1980s.
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Apartment prestige seen in 'residents-only' formula
31 January 2008; The Australian
THE trend for luxury apartment developers targeting owner-occupier buyers is gathering pace, with a string of projects worth more than $300 million planned on the Gold Coast.
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Main Beach turns on the luxury
21 September 2007; Gold Coast Bulletin
A LUXURY $51 million boutique high rise will be built on Main Beach's only remaining vacant block of land. Macquarie Real Estate Equity Funds snapped up the Breaker Street site with Sydney-based Parkview Group.
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Builder moves in; Parkview takes on Vue and Dalgety projects
13 September 2007
A NEW builder is in town and they are taking on Townsville’s tallest residential tower project as well as completing a stalled unit scheme. Parkview have been appointed to build the 20-level Dalgety tower project in Denham St and complete the $14 million Vue project on Stanton Terrace.
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Parkview sails away with housing award
12 May 2007
A ground-breaking design by NSW's Parkview and Walter Barda copying the curves of a ship and complemented by the materials used, won the HIA Australian Townhouse/Villa Development of the Year at the Housing Industry Association-CSR national wards.
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2006 - HIA Award in Home
4 November 2006; Daily Telegraph, Home
"With killer views and brilliant use of materials, it should come as no surprise that this water front wonder has snapped up the HIA CSR NSW home of the Year award" writes Robyn Willis
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Everything is shipshape
14 September 2006; The Sydney Morning Herald, Domain
The Boatshed, encompassing three eclectic, nautical-style apartments, on the side of an old boatbuilding workshop at Palm Beach, is the winner of two awards: the best use of timber and home units $2 million-plus.
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Awards recognise building brilliance
14 September 2006; The Manly Daily Home Living
NORTHERN beaches property owners have reaped the benefits of employing some of the most outstanding players in the building industry.
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Kirra Surfing to Success
23-24 April 2006; Weekend Bulletin - REAL ESTATE
As part of an imminent $300 million development boom at Kirra, an $89 million project is earmarked for the site of the iconic Kirra Surf shop with a tower combining eight and 12 storeys joined by a modern, beach-themed commercial and residential district.
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Changing face of Kirra Beach Icon
15-16 April 2006; The Courier Mail - Home Liftout
The landmark Kirra Surf apartment complex is officially launched to the public this weekend, complete with spectacular impressions of how the new building will look.
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