Gemstone Apartments, Stones Corner.Mr Su said buyers were keen to purchase in the area because the development was close to schools, parklands, public transport, sporting grounds, commercial precincts and only 4km from Brisbane’s CBD.He said people were keen to move into the Stones Corner precinct and the area was set for rejuvenation.Gemstone Apartments features a private pool and barbecue area and secure undercover parking.The units have spacious living and kitchen areas, stone bench tops with 40mm edging, European appliances and large, private balconies. Gemstone Apartments, Stones Corner.A 70-unit development at Stones Corner with three towers is set to provide a lifestyle worth treasuring.Gemstone Apartments feature 3 towers – Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire – which make up the collection. Each building follows a timeless black and white theme which is not only bold and contemporary, but complements its surrounds.Skyline Builders Pty Ltd property manager George Su said one-bedroom apartments were available from $395,000, two-bedroom units from $545,000 and three-bedrooms from $670,000, which are nearly sold out. Gemstone Apartments, Stones Corner.Ray White Stones Corner selling agent Melinda Allamby said there was a variety of owner-occupiers, first home buyers and investors buying into the development.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoMs Allamby said the units were well designed with luxury finishes. “With many layouts available, most of the units have dedicated study areas – either spaces or separate rooms,” she said. “There’s some unique designs for excellent value.” She said the development was only released for sale about four weeks ago. “We’ve had an excellent market response with over 30 per cent sold. “Our first buyers moved in last Friday with more settling next week.”
Gaming headset and audio accessory brand Turtle Beach Corporation has expanded its global esports reach with today’s announcement of a new partnership with Chinese CS:GO outfit Eclipse Club.Henceforth, Eclipse will exclusively use Turtle Beach’s new Elite Pro – PC Edition as their official gaming headset and will make their first partnership appearance to meet fans at the Turtle Beach booth at ChinaJoy 2017 in Shanghai on July 27-28, 2017. Juergen Stark, Turtle BeachThe team has some pedigree in China as it was founded by Alex Bian Zhengwei who is acknowledged as the first Counter Strike player in the country. Zhengwei brought together top pro gaming teams All Gamers and Band of Fire under new Eclipse Club banner earlier this year. Juergen Stark, CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation noted: “China is the biggest game market in the world with PC gaming counting for more than half of the total gaming audience, and it’s an honor for us to partner with the dynamic Eclipse team, its legendary founder, and their up-and-coming players to highlight the importance of audio to gamers in China. “We look forward to working with Eclipse and sharing and learning from their insights using our Elite Pro – PC Edition as we look to broaden our reach even further in the PC gaming space in the future.”Alex Bian Zhengwei, World champion EEWC player and the Founder and Head Coach of Eclipse Club commented: “It’s a privilege to be working with a global leader in gaming audio when it comes to building our team on the best foundation possible. ”When we play, precision is paramount and we need the very best tools in order to win, and using Turtle Beach’s Turtle Beach’s Elite Pro – PC Edition headsets ensures we have the best audio gear for our prep and competitions.”Esports Insider says: As Turtle Beach’s Stark noted, China accounts for the largest gaming market in the world with PC gaming accounting for over half of this audience. As such establishing an exclusive partnership with the CS team run by one of the game’s most famous players in the country is a strong commercial deal for the company.