5a/5 Kyabra St, NewsteadCity skyline views and luxury fittings enhance this contemporary, industrial-style penthouse at 5a/5 Kyabra St, Newstead.Rising over two levels, the apartment was crafted by architect Justin O’Neill and offers four bedrooms and spacious indoor and outdoor living spaces, oriented towards the vistas.Direct lift access leads to the expansive lower level, encompassing lounge and dining areas in an open-plan design. Here, beautiful French oak floorboards contrast with a white colour palette, while extensive glass draws in natural light. 5a/5 Kyabra St, NewsteadThe main also has a dressing room, while its larger ensuite is the epitome of opulence, with Spanish volcano stone basins, black ‘leather quartz’ benchtops, Artedomus Japanese imported wall tiles and imported Italian floor tiles.Further highlights of the residence, which boasts 478sq m of living space, include a Cbus system, Euroluce-designed lighting, automatic blockout blinds and zoned ducted airconditioning. Agent Matt Lancashire said the apartment had been beautifully crafted, and was immediately impressive with its high-quality, industrial-chic finish. “Located within seconds of the incredible lifestyle options of Newstead, New Farm and Teneriffe, even the most fastidious buyer will be impressed by all that this genuine penthouse apartment has to offer,” he said. 5a/5 Kyabra St, NewsteadMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoA nearby formal lounge area boasts glass finish polished concrete, bay windows and a large wall space for artwork, and both zones also have access through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors to separate terraces with a city backdrop. Well-equipped for gourmet creations, the galley kitchen features a suite of quality stainless steel Miele appliances, concrete and stainless steel benchtops, and striking American walnut cabinetry. There’s also an island breakfast bar, scullery and butler’s pantry, while another highlight is the 1000-plus bottle temperature and humidity-controlled wine cellar, on display via large glass doors.Bedrooms are spread across the floorplan, each with neutral decor and carpet flooring. They have either a built-in or walk-in wardrobe, and two of the bedrooms on the upper floor have access to private decks.
Olympic Subsea has reported net loss of NOK 27 million ($3 million) for the quarter ended March 31, 2019, versus net loss of NOK 53 million ($6 million) same time last year.The Oslo-listed company generated operating income of NOK 131 million for the first quarter of 2019, compared to NOK 96 million in the prior-year comparable period.Earnings before interest, tax & depreciation (EBITDA) was NOK 35 million, all related to Subsea/Renewable division with EBITDA margin of 28 %.9 out of 11 vessels in the Subsea/Renewable segment have been employed in the quarter.Sequentially, Olympic Subsea reported net loss of NOK 100 million ($11.6 million) for the quarter ended December 31, 2018, on operating income of NOK 127 million.Subsea World News Staff
The Paddy Power Gold Cup Chase is the feature race this afternoon at 2.25.David Pipe trained King’s Palace is the favourite there, the 7-to-1 shot will be saddled by Tom Scudamore. Each of the Jockeys will wear black armbands in rememberance of last night’s terror attacks.