Inner-Brisbane chuch could be converted into units

first_imgThe former church is still in great condition.The council approved the application earlier this year. Although a devoloper could snap up the land and convert it into units, Mr Mirosch said there could be interest from community groups keep the building as is.“It is in very good order,” he said. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoBrisbane City Council has granted approval for a conversion of the building.The church sits on a 572 sqm block and was used as a place of worship for 61 years.The current owner bought the decommisioned church late last year for just over $700,000 before lodging an application with council to convert the building to convert the building into five single bedroom units. REBIRTH: An old church in Wilston could be converted into units.AN OLD church in an inner Brisbane suburb could be born again as apartments. The post-war church building at 8 Kedron Brook Road in Wilston is set to go under the hammer this month after the owners got council approval to convert the building into units.Agent Richard Mirosch from LJ Hooker Stafford said it was a good location for a unit development.“It is a very good location, it is only 400 metres to Wilston Train Station and just 4 and a half kilometres to the CBD,” Mr Mirosch said.“It is close to cafes and restaurants.”He was unsure of exactly when the last service for the church was held, but suspected that changing demographics in the area could have led to declining parishioners. center_img The building could also be used by community groups.The site will go to auction on Saturday, May 26 at 11am on-site.last_img read more


Knicks fined $50K for violating NBA’s media policy

first_img Knicks welcome RJ Barrett to Madison Square Garden with emotional tribute video The Knicks have been fined $50,000 for violating the NBA’s media policy following the NBA Draft, the league announced Monday.NBA rules state that teams must allow equal access to all members of the media, but during Friday’s post-draft conference, the Knicks barred the New York Daily News from joining the conference. NBA stopped using term ‘owner’ in favor of ‘governor,’ Adam Silver says According to the league, the Knicks have “agreed to comply with NBA Media Access Rules moving forward.”The team released its own statement after the fine was announced, calling the situation a misunderstanding. Related News Kawhi Leonard free agency rumors: LA billboard woos ‘King of SoCal’ for Clippers “The Knicks acknowledge that we did not comply with the NBA’s media policy, and made an error in interpreting Friday’s announcement as an invite only event,” the statement said. “As we do throughout the year, we have and will continue to provide access to credentialed media as per the League’s policy.” It’s not the first time the Knicks — specifically team owner James Dolan — and the media have had a public fued. Dolan recently prevented New York Daily News writer Stefan Bondy from calling in to a teleconference, saying some media members had it out for the team.”There are certain journalists, right, that, you know, actually wish ill will towards the team,” Dolan said in March, via CBS Sports. “They don’t want to see the team win. They don’t want to see the team be successful. They have their own personal axes to grind. They come in with the intent of, I mean, they’ve never written a positive story about the team.”The Knicks made headlines by selecting Duke star RJ Barrett with the No. 3 overall pick Thursday and acquiring the 47th pick, Ignas Brazdeikis, in a trade with the Kings.last_img read more


Michelle’s Encore Dance Studio presents Master Teacher Mackenzie Crosley

first_imgMichelle’s Encore Dance Studio is offering a Master Teacher, Mackenzie Crosley, to do a contemporary class at the studio on June 23. She is a professional working dancer in Los Angeles and teaches at IDA Hollywood and MDC in Orange County. She is a founder of SouldeSoul Convention out of Oklahoma City. Crosley travels and teaches in New York City, California, and the Midwest. To register for this exciting event click here.Âlast_img