EDG Capital are delighted to announce the completion of the Ivory Development, at Little Street Lane Cove.
Built on the site of the former 87-space Little Street Car Park in the heart of Lane Cove, an impressive development that includes 200 public car spaces as well as 58 private luxury residences and associated basement parking also within the complex. A pedestrian footbridge over to the Lane Cove Aquatic Centre is also now open providing full off-street access for Aquatic Centre users who park within the Little Street Car Park.
Brand new community facilities are now open within the building. Known as the Lane Cove Community Hub, the facility includes the new Terrace Function Room, capable of holding a function for over 150 people with access to the adjacent commercial kitchen. There is also a purpose-built space for Lane Cove and North Side Community Services which incorporates the Park View Room (a 70 person community space) and studios for the Lane Cove Music and Cultural Centre.
The Mayor of Lane Cove, Clr Deborah Hutchens, officially opened the Lane Cove Community Hub on Wednesday 14 December. Public access is available from the Little Street Car Park or via the newly name Pottery Lane (formerly Little Lane).
Tekno Autosports and the Red Bull Holden Racing Team were proudly supported by EDG Capital during Virgin Australia Supercars Championship in March 2017.
Tekno Autosports and the Red Bull Holden Racing Team have rolled out revised looks at the Coates Hire Supercars Challenge. Will Davison’s Tekno Holden is sporting primary sponsorship from property group EDG Capital this weekend after racing with Woodstock Bourbon backing at the Clipsal 500. As announced in February, Woodstock signed a five-event deal with the team for Adelaide, Townsville, Sandown, Bathurst and the Gold Coast.
“We’re still working away on the other events,” Tekno owner Jonathon Webb confirmed to Supercars.com
“It’d be nice to lock someone in that’d take all 10, but realistically it’s going to take a bit of time to make that happen.
“It’s been a really busy start to the year getting the car ready, the Woodstock deal up and running and the McLaren GT program as well.
“We’re fortunate to have EDG Capital on board for the weekend and the rest of the puzzle we’re still piecing together.”
The Red Bull HRT has meanwhile tweaked its livery ahead of Albert Park in a bid to better emphasis the new-for-2017 factory Holden backing. Holden lettering and associated striping on the cars has been changed from red to white for the event in a move that team owner Roland Dane hopes will stay for the season.
“Clipsal was the first chance we’d had to properly see how the cars looked on track on television,” Dane told Supercars.com.
“We could see that the matte red of the Holden wording without a key line, when it had direct sunlight on it you couldn’t see it in a panning shot.
“All the stakeholders agreed that we should see what it looks like with matte white lettering here, which we’re pretty confident will work.
“In an ideal world you’d go off to a circuit and test it all with television cameras before the season, but in reality we didn’t have that option.”
Bartholomaeus S. (23.03.2017). Teams sport new colours at Albert Park. [online] Available at http://www.supercars.com/news/championship/teams-sport-new-colours-at-albert-park/