Inspired interiors from award-winning Romanza Interior Design will elevate a new London Bay Homes luxury custom home that showcases commanding views of Doubloon Bay in the prestigious Port Royal neighborhood.
Located at 4155 Cutlass Cove, the 6,569-square-foot estate is a London Bay Homes-led creative collaboration with Kukk Architecture & Design, Romanza Interior Design and Architectural Land Design. The home features a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living spaces and an interior design ideal for both easy everyday living and gracious entertaining.
“Wide expanses of glass with fully retracting pocket doors showcase the cove from the great room, master suite, club room and VIP suite,” said
When Hurricane Sally hammered Pensacola with heavy rain and winds last month, the storm caused massive flooding at the Waterfront Rescue Mission that forced the shelter to close for repairs — dealing yet another blow to the area’s homeless population.
With bed capacities at shelters already reduced due by COVID-19 restrictions, the temporary closure of the organization has displaced many of those who relied on Pensacola’s largest shelter prior to the storm.
But now, about a dozen homeless men in Waterfront’s work training program are laboring eight hours a day to help repair the place they call home. Waterfront expects to reopen its facility in four to six weeks, thanks to the men’s help.
“We’re working really hard trying to get it back up,” said Robert Reese, a Navy
The V&A Waterfront’s, Makers Landing, a development created by the V&A Waterfront in partnership with the National Treasury’s Job Fund has opened applications for its Food Lab incubation programme.
Applications close on 23 October 2020
Westleigh Wilkinson, Makers Landing Project Lead provides insight into the aims of the programme and Makers Landing.
“We have developed a value-driven approach for Makers Landing. Our plan is to immerse our entrepreneurs in an inclusive and innovative space, where they will be nurtured by food industry mentors who are influential and successful in their own right. By matching natural creativity and passion for food with knowledge and new skills gained, our entrepreneurs will be better prepared for success in what is a tough and competitive industry.”
The incubation programme
The programme will offer opportunities to qualified business startups and existing small food businesses that can show that they will benefit significantly from affordable
The V&A Waterfront has taken the next step in making the Western Cape’s first inclusive kitchen incubator a reality by calling for applications.
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The kitchen incubator is one part of Makers Landing, a purpose-driven space that will open at the V&A Waterfront later this year and which will support job creation and skills development in the local food industry.
Along with the kitchen incubator programme, which will be the cornerstone of Makers Landing, the space will also include a kitchen studio and event space, that showcases and celebrates South African food heritage; as well as a Makers’ Space, market stalls and eateries, which will give valuable insight into end-to-end food production while providing a variety of delicious and authentically local meals and products.
The Makers Landing Food Lab incubation programme, in partnership with the National Treasury’s Jobs Fund, is now accepting applications from candidates.