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first_img MORE NEWS: Beachfront house fetches almost $500,000 more than expected Julie Love with granddaughter, Billie, is a ‘rightsizer’. Pic supplied.She said the location and low-maintenance lifestyle were major considerations when she decided to relocate from Ballina to be closer to family.“I’m looking forward to seeing the Robina City Parklands start to take shape,” she said.“Now I am retired, I will be able to walk there from home and enjoy it every day.“When the parklands open around mid-next year, I’m looking forward to spending lots of quality time there with my daughter and her family – I’m sure my little granddaughter, Billie, will just love it there.“We will no doubt spend all our spare time having picnics together, taking walks, riding bikes and maybe even doing some kayaking in the waterways.” “They also value walkability and maintenance-free open space, such as parkland or thebeach. “Developers recognise this and are seeking sites in these types of locations.’’Although the Gold Coast apartment market offered the best value in the country, he could not guarantee it would remain that way.“While affordable, developers will deliver three-bedroom product but once the affordability equation tilts the other way, we expect to see more two-bedroom product being built again.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa8 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoMarketing Projects South East Queensland managing director Kyia Anderson said more buyers were considering apartment living on the Gold Coast.“People who want a three-bedroom apartment are generally people who come from a house and still want to live in a large space but they want the convenience of apartment living as well as all the nearby amenities and infrastructure,” she said.“We’re still getting lots of corporate professionals who are time poor and don’t want to have the extra maintenance, as well as young families.“Then there is the wave of downsizers who want the high-end beachfront buildings.”Julie Love recently made the move to a new three-bedroom terrace home at Vue in Robina. Gold Coast, at 26 per cent, had the highest portion of apartment sales between $3 million and $5 million across Australia’s largest citiesChris Litfin, Knight Frank business development manager of residential project marketing, said the rise of new three-bedroom apartments across the Glitter Strip was in reaction to heightened buyer demand.“Developers are getting clever and delivering group title rightsize product that works fora wide range of groups,” he said.“Previously product was built suited just to retirees but we now see organic demand from busy families and younger buyers.”He said rightsizing was about buyers getting more bang for their buck.“Often those rightsizing purchase three bedrooms even though they only need two bedrooms,” he said.“Being close to transport, lifestyle infrastructure and health services are important requirements for all rightsizers, including active retirees, families and younger buyers.center_img Young families and entrepreneurs are joining retirees in the search for prestige apartments on the Coast.MEGA-apartments as big as houses are hot property across the Gold Coast, with a new group of buyers known as rightsizers jumping on board the trend.While demand for rightsizing – the downsizing trend towards luxury apartment living – is strong across the country, it is exploding on the Coast according to new research from Knight Frank.Its Rightsizing – Australian Prime Residential Insight 2020 report found the Gold Coast, at 26 per cent, had the highest portion of apartment sales between $3 million and $5 million across Australia’s largest cities over the past three years to September 2019.Brisbane followed with 22 per cent then Sydney with 21 per cent.It said the city also recorded the highest portion of three-bedroom apartments built across the country. 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first_imgAfter four games on the road, this is the Women of Troy’s first weekend at home. They will start the weekend with a rematch against Washington, and on Sunday, they will finish out their weekend with a rematch against Washington State. Both Washington teams defeated USC by a margin of 12 points or fewer earlier in the season. Those victories came immediately after the turmoil of losing junior Jordan Adams and senior Brianna Barrett, two starters sidelined for eligibility issues.Although both of the previous Washington games resulted in losses, associate head coach Beth Burns said that those losses were more of factor in the loss of Adams and Barrett. Their focus this weekend will be less on their opponents — which include Washington’s Kelsey Plum, the nation’s second highest scorer — and more on improving their own offensive game.“The last time we played these teams, it was eight games ago,” Burns said. “This is a completely different team taking the court this weekend.”The Women of Troy are coming off of a split weekend in Arizona. They started their weekend with a solid 67-57 victory over Arizona, improving to 17-7 on their season. On Sunday, the team played it close with No. 8 Arizona State right until the buzzer. The Sun Devils squeaked by with a 69-68 win.Though the game against Arizona State is a loss on paper, both games served as a massive confidence boost for a team still searching for a rhythm midseason. Junior Courtney Jaco has risen as an offensive leader, notching 24 points — including four 3-pointers — in last Friday’s comeback win against Arizona. Her role has changed the most this season, as she left behind her role as an outside shooter to become the team’s point guard.“Last weekend gave us the most confidence, and I think you can see that by how we played,” Jaco said. “Before, we weren’t getting our offense going; we weren’t hitting our outside shots, and that was all in our heads. It was a confidence thing. I think as we’re getting our confidence up, we’re seeing that we can really hang in there with anyone.”Down low, sophomore Kristen Simon and transfer graduate Temi Fagbenle have become solid anchors for the team, with both forwards putting up double digits in at least one of the two games last weekend. Fagbenle said that one of the team’s greatest struggles has been endurance and keeping players healthy and eligible to suit up for each game.“We have to stick together and stay focused because when you’re tired, it’s easy to lose that focus,” Fagbenle said. “It’s not easy. It’s certainly not making it easier on us, but it’s something that we can overcome when we stick together as a team. I think, at this point, we are very capable of challenging these supposed superior teams.”Friday’s game against Washington will also be the program’s annual “Pink Game.” To raise awareness for breast cancer, the team will wear pink and is encouraging fans to do the same. To further raise funds for breast cancer, USC is asking fans to donate to the Kay Yow Foundation online. The foundation, inspired by legendary North Carolina State women’s basketball coach Kay Yow, is officially backed by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.For the USC program, the foundation hits close to home. Burns was an assistant coach under Yow at North Carolina State, and head coach Cynthia Cooper won a gold medal in the 1988 Seoul Olympics with Yow as her coach. Now, Cooper is the Pac-12 coordinator for the foundation, and her goal for this year is to raise $2,500 from USC and $25,000 from the division as a whole.“When [Low] had Stage Four breast cancer, she said that this was something that she wouldn’t beat it in her lifetime, but it is something that we can beat in the next,” Burns said. “This is one of the most important causes we can partner with, and we have a lot of faith in this foundation and in our ability to raise the money we need.”last_img read more