6/43 North Quay, Scarborough“Even though (the units) are more than 15 years old, they were built with quality in mind,” Mr Smart said.The median sale price for a unit in Scarborough was $485,000 to the year ended October 2017, according to the latest CoreLogic market trends data.A couple from Papua New Guinea bought this property after more than six weeks on the market following a slow period.“December was a little bit slower than we had expected it to be,” Mr Smart said.However, he said it was starting to ramp back up following the Christmas period. 6/43 North Quay, ScarboroughAN apartment overlooking the marina has sold for $625,000 at Scarborough.Professionals Woody Point salesman Paul Smart said it was rare to sell units in the area for such a high price but this particular one was a standout.“Once you get above $600,000, there are less buyers in that category,” Mr Smart said.“What really sold this was its uniqueness – it’s very different.”More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The three-bedroom unit is in a complex of 12 and has access to a private rooftop terrace with views over Deception Bay and the marina.
NewsRegional Cayman Islands premier under investigation by: – July 26, 2011 35 Views no discussions Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Cayman Islands governor, Duncan Taylor, has told independent member of the Legislative Assembly Ezzard Miller that Premier McKeeva Bush is currently under investigation in respect of an alleged financial irregularity and there is, therefore, no need to appoint a Commission of Enquiry, as requested by Miller on July 14.“In answer to your request I can confirm that this matter is already the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS). In light of this, I do not see the case for considering a Commission of Enquiry,” Taylor told Miller.In his response to Miller, the governor acknowledged that the investigation in question centres on a letter said to be written by Bush in 2004, when he was then Leader of Government Business.The letter to developer Stan Thomas, written on Windsor Development Corporation letterhead, and apparently faxed from Bush’s ministry in October 2004, asked for a balance of $350,000 to be sent to the corporation’s account as a result of Bush having “ensured that all of the proposed re-zoning issues” had been approved by Cabinet.Windsor Development Corporation is reportedly owned by Bush’s wife, although according to the official register of interests he is a signatory on the corporation’s bank account.At the time, land purchased by Thomas was the subject of a zoning application. It was rezoned in July 2004 by the Legislative Assembly after Cabinet approved a change in the territory’s development map.Caribbean News Now Share read more
Denmark coach Morten Olsen has advised Nicklas Bendtner to leave Arsenal in January.Arsenal are already looking for a striker with Karim Benzema and Edin Dzeko among their targets, with the Dane having started only two games this season, both in the Capital One Cup.’Bendtner scored two great goals for us in the game against Italy, but there were also things he lacked in the match and this only comes through playing games,’ Olsen told reporters.’It is for this reason that he should find something new this winter. I think he will make the recommendation to himself and that is the main thing. Footballers want to play football.Olsen added: ‘He needs to play. He has maybe 10 years left to go; he must use them well.’ read more