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Located on the 3rd floor of “The Boardwalk” building within the popular honeysuckle precinct, these office suites are arguably the best office accommodation available in the current Newcastle market. Take in the panoramic views over Newcastle Harbor to the east, north to Nobbys Headland and west over the floating dock and Lee Wharf. This is an opportunity to acquire premium grade, waterfront office premises. Please Contact – Jason Morris 0425302778 or Alan Tonks 0425302770 email@example.com www.rhplus.com.au
The NSW Government is committed to revitalise Newcastle's city centre. This involves strengthening connections between the city and the waterfront, creation of new jobs, more public space, more amenities and better transport. This will be fundamental in the long term growth and prosperity of the area for years to come.
This film was given a 'Special Mention' by the judges. Two strangers. Two women who will stop at nothing to chase/escape each other. A frantic comedy. Starring: Paula Penman and Ruth Johnson Director: Fiona Birkbeck, Camera: Kevin Taylor, Sound and Music: Jim Bell, Editor: Katie Connon. Man on bridge: John Baker Man in car: Trevor Wood. Man in boat: David Welsch Special thanks to: Jenny Carter, The Free Trade Pub, Amy Baker Newcastle Team Number: 9: Ouseburners (http://www.fionabirkbeck.co.uk) Made as part of the NorthernNet 4 Hour Film Challenge, produced by Magic If Ltd, sponsored by NorthernNet and supported by Northern Film and Media. The challenge took place in 3 cities simultaneously, Newcastle, Leeds and Liverpool on Sunday 11th April 2010. 15 Tea...
The NSW Government's vision for revitalising Newcastle - an urban renewal strategy that will transform and revitalise the city, boost economic activity and make Newcastle a more vibrant place for locals and visitors. This video highlights the new bus/rail interchange at Wickham and eight new crossings, linking the city centre with Newcastle's waterfront.
(Portland, Maine) Dirigo Capital Advisors announced this morning that it has sold its Harbor House waterfront project to a commercial real estate developer. The Standard of Newcastle, a company owned by entrepreneurial restaurateur and developer Xavier Cervera, closed on the purchase of the Harbor House yesterday in Newcastle. Cervera is well known for opening stylish restaurants and pubs in Washington, D.C. and Miami Beach. Kevin Mattson, president of Dirigo Capital Associates, said the worldwide recession that began in 2008 and a sudden town moratorium on marina development combined to make the original development plan unfeasible, but he also said he is pleased with the eventual outcome. "I'm really glad we stuck with it, and ignored all the unwanted advice to cut bait," Mattson said...
Hwy 11, Lower Newcastle MLS® Contact Jessie McKenna at (506) 624 - 7837 Exceptional Waterfront Property! With approximately 285 ft on water. Included in property are two outbuildings and an above-ground pool. Well and septic on property and power lines to property. Value is in the land.