Golfers have a hit for Olivia

Herald Sun - Property - - PROPERTY CONFIDENTIAL -

GOLFERS re­cently hit the fair­ways at Sand­hurst Golf Club for the an­nual Oli E Foun­da­tion char­ity golf day.

More than 150 play­ers rep­re­sent­ing lo­cal busi­nesses, in­clud­ing O’Brien Real Es­tate, raised money to sup­port cere­bral palsy suf­ferer Olivia Evans and her fam­ily, as well as other fam­i­lies that have chil­dren with spe­cial needs.

O’Brien gen­eral man­ager Ja­son Mud­ford said the group were a proud sup­porter, rais­ing $85,470 over the past year. YOU wouldn’t ex­pect any­thing less than gold-em­bossed shov­els to break ground for the $500 mil­lion South Yarra devel­op­ment pro­moted by ac­tor Char­l­ize Theron.

Vic­to­rian Small Busi­ness In­no­va­tion and Trade Min­is­ter Philip Dal­i­dakis, left, and Ston­ning­ton mayor Claude Ullin helped de­vel­oper Larry Kestle­man, cen­tre, turn the first sod for the Capi­tol Grand project last week. Sit­u­ated on the bustling cor­ner of Toorak Rd and Chapel St, the project will mark Mel­bourne’s first sixs­tar re­tail and res­i­den­tial precinct with two tow­ers linked by the re­tail zone.

Buy­ers will en­joy a pri­vate concierge ser­vice and two ar­chi­tect-de­signed swim­ming pools, while up­per-level res­i­dents will have ac­cess to an in­fin­ity pool on level 33.

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