zadarbastini.hr It should be reminded that on July 11, 2019, the City of Zadar and Minigradnja doo entered into a Construction Contract for works on the ground floor of the Zadar Rebellions carried out within the project “ZADAR HERITAGE” and in accordance with Article 4 of the Decision on temporary prohibition of construction works in the city of Zadar for 2019, the introduction of the selected bidder in the execution of works is planned for September 2019. The estimated duration of the works is 12 months, while the total value of the works is HRK 23.784.855,70. Also, after the recent completion of Branimir’s coast, the citizens and guests of Zadar will once again have access to the parking lot at “Ljepotica” and the existing parking capacities will be expanded in the area of Jazin and Ravnica. The main goal of the project “Zadar Heritage” is to create a new integrated cultural and tourist product of the city of Zadar through the restoration and tourist valorization of immovable cultural property and the improvement of the system for management and promotion of tourist destinations. Since the project envisages that after the renovation and revitalization, the Zadar fortification system, which is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, will become a representative city promenade free of traffic and vehicles, ie pedestrian zone, the City of Zadar is working on a permanent solution. “Peninsula” from vehicles and traffic through the project of building a public garage in Ravnice. On Monday, September 16, 2019, work will begin on the ground floor of Bedemi Zadarskih pobuna Street. The works are carried out as part of the project “Zadar Heritage – Integrated Cultural Program of the City of Zadar 2020” with the aim of preserving, revitalizing and integrating cultural heritage in the protected historical part of the city of Zadar. Due to the beginning of these works, Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna is closed to all traffic and within the scope of the construction site, during the works, temporary traffic regulation will be in force, while all traffic to the “Peninsula” will take place along the Liburnian coast. As part of the new traffic regulation, access will be temporarily provided to the vehicles of existing users of the ramparts who live and work within the scope of Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna, point out the city of Zadar. More information on the arrangement of Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna can be found HERE, and about the project “Zadar Heritage” to check on the official WEBSITES. Source / photo: City of Zadar; Zadar Heritage
33 Hampton Court Paradise Point.“It is an enormous effort for people who want to build their own luxury homes, because they have to find the location, the right builder and spend 18 months building the home.“More people are happy to buy an existing property and we are seeing locals picking up these luxury homes because they know the area well and still class it as affordable in comparison to Sydney or Melbourne.“The locals know that now is a good time as any to get their hands on their dream Gold Coast home, especially with Sydney markets cooling off.” 41 The Promenade, Surfers Paradise. Photo: suppliedGOLD Coasters have overtaken foreign investors in the city’s elite property market, shelling out $100m on waterfront mansions in the past few weeks.And the reason? Locals are upgrading their homes for mansions.In January, the Bulletin reported a Chinese crusade at the top end of the market, with five $10 million-plus homes snapped up in 10 months.Ray White Surfers Paradise Group chief executive Andrew Bell said more than 300 properties were bought by Chinese buyers on the Gold Coast in 2016. 33 Hampton Court Paradise Point.Mr Mian said he recently negotiated the sale of 19 Queen Anne Court, for $6.5 million, 3 Queen Anne Court ($2.4 million), 33 Hampton Crt (just under $5 million). Another eight mansions were under contract. “It is the busiest I have seen it in a long time and in last few weeks alone over $50 million in sales has been negotiated on the Sovereign Islands. “Land is really expensive now and as a result houses have gone up in price on the Island. 16-18 Lamb St, Broadbeach WatersMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“It is generally the top end market that is picking up but we are getting more and more buyers who are predominantly from the Gold Coast and want to upgrade their home,” he said. “Our luxury waterfront buyers are predominantly 90 per cent Gold Coast locals and have been on the Gold Coast for much of their lives.”Mr Kollosche said waterfront included riverfront, canal and beachfront and described luxury waterfront as an in-demand property trend.REIQ Gold Coast Zone chair John Newlands said luxury property was a niche market, but one that was growing exponentially. “It was very are to see a house on the market for $5 million a few years ago but now multi-million price tags are common and we see them almost weekly,” Mr Newlands said. 19-21 Queen Anne Court, Sovereign Islands. 123 ALBATROSS AVE, MERMAID BEACH — $5.5 MILLION 75-77 Monaco Street, Broadbeach Waters. 16-18 LAMB ST, BROADBEACH WATERS- $3.8 MILLION 19 Queen Anne Ct, Sovereign Islands. Coasters behind $100m upgrade to waterfront homes 75-77 MONACO ST, BROADBEACH WATERS — $9 MILLION 16-18 Lamb St, Broadbeach Waters. 41 THE PROMENADE, SURFERS PARADISE — $6.95 MILLION 19-21 Queen Anne Court, Sovereign Islands.“Quite a few sales are because people are moving from up from southern parts of the Gold Coast and there have been a handful of Sydney buyers.”Kollosche Prestige Agents principal, Michael Kollosche said he had negotiated more than $60 million in sales in seven weeks.“There is a strong inquiry for larger riverfront and beachfront blocks. I’m finding a lot of buyers searching for their next home in the $3 million to the $7 million bracket.“Mermaid Beach is very tightly held as is much of the Gold Coast beachfront, but areas like Carrara and especially around Monaco St and Sorrento are attracting buyers who want high-end homes and to have a large lifestyle. 33 Hampton Court, Paradise Point 19 QUEEN ANNE CRT, SOVEREIGN ISLANDS — $6.5 MILLION 41 The Promenade, Surfers Paradise. 33 HAMPTON CRT, SOVEREIGN ISLANDS — $4.9 MILLION 33 Hampton Court Paradise Point.But that has changed since March, with mega sales including the $3.8 million paid for a five bedroom-home at 16-18 Lamb St, Broadbeach Waters; $9 million for 75-77 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters; $6.95 million for 41 The Promenade, Surfers Paradise; and $5.5 million for 123 Albatross Ave, Mermaid Beach. Prestige Property Agents principal Amir Mian said there had been a spike in the number of sales on the Sovereign Islands in the past few weeks.