Amazon entrepreneur trades riverfront retreat for beach pad

first_img Cracking views over Main Beach from M3565.Earlier this month, Mr Hudson sold his beachfront Palm Beach apartment for $2.525 million. Beach views on offer from PACIFIC 602-2 Twenty Third Ave, Palm Beach.And now he has his Sanctuary Cove riverfront retreat on the market with an asking price of $3.25 million. Harcourts Coastal agent Katrina Walsh is handling the sale.He purchased 7394 Marine Drive East from celebrity real estate agent and TV host Andrew Winter and his wife Caroline last November for $3.05 million. The riverfront home has a peaceful outlook.“It’s just such a peaceful home,” Mr Hudson said. “It looks dead north over to the mangroves, which is just gorgeous.“I’m sitting out the back right now and it’s just got this very calming energy to it.” After four months soaking up the solitude at Sanctuary Cove, Mr Hudson said he was selling to be closer to the beach.“I’ve been living on the beach since I returned from the US in 2015 and have bought a place in Main Beach,” he said.“We’re just simplifying life a bit, it’s all been a bit nuts!” The resort-style pool adds ambience.MORE NEWS: Versace-inspired mansion for sale Pull up at the private pontoon after a day on the water.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa8 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoThe downtime is well-deserved for Mr Hudson who was running an animation company in Hollywood in 2001-2015 when he started selling products on Amazon as a side hustle in 2012. He now teaches more than 10,000 students around the world how to earn a reliable income on Amazon and has a strong online following.“I’m YouTube famous apparently,” Mr Hudson said, laughing. “I get stopped almost every time I go outside the house these days.” A life of leisure awaits at 7394 Marine Drive, Sanctuary Cove.Life has been a bit nuts of late for Amazon entrepreneur Adam Hudson.On top of a hectic work schedule, the online educator has had a busy couple of months getting his property portfolio in order.In January Mr Hudson secured a beachfront apartment inside Katie Page’s M3565 boutique apartment building at Main Beach. Gold Coast’s Top 3 relocation hot spots Property pro Andrew Winter left his mark on 7394 Marine Drive, Sanctuary Cove.The Winters, who purchased the then Tuscan-style abode in 2017, spent a year transforming it into a modern masterpiece full of high-end finishes and a colour palette that oozes effortless sophistication.The home, which is secluded on a 942sq m block inside the exclusive Sanctuary Cove Resort, has proven the perfect place for Mr Hudson to retreat and relax.last_img read more

Steve Ishmael, Rob Trudo, Josh Parris ‘ready to go’ against LSU

first_img Published on September 22, 2015 at 1:03 pm Contact Chris: cjlibona@syr.edu | @ChrisLibonati Facebook Twitter Google+ Wide receiver Steve Ishmael, center Rob Trudo and tight end Josh Parris will all play against No. 8 Louisiana State (2-0, 2-0 Southeastern) on Saturday at noon in the Carrier Dome, head coach Scott Shafer announced on his Tuesday teleconference.“All three of those guys are doing well and ready to go,” Shafer said. “We had kind of a walk-through practice on Sunday and they were all running around, feeling good.”Trudo and Parris missed the last game against Central Michigan despite being game-time decisions and Ishmael was hurt during the game. He had suffered an upper-body injury on Saturday and SU Athletics announced the wideout would miss the rest of the game in the third quarter.Trudo, a senior, had played 40 straight games before sitting out the contest against the Chippewas with a lower-body injury and is the team’s most experienced offensive lineman. It appeared a Wake Forest defensive lineman had run into his right leg, knocking him out for the rest of that game. Junior Jason Emerich filled in for Trudo. Junior Kendall Moore started in place of Parris, a junior. Parris’ injury was listed as an upper-body injury. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Stock watch: Wide receivers, Kendall Coleman up; linebackers down after 27-23 loss to Clemson

first_img Comments CLEMSON, S.C. — Syracuse (4-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) folded late against then-No. 3 Clemson (5-0, 2-0) on Saturday, losing 27-23, despite leading for most of the game.The Orange gave the Tigers a scare behind a solid pass rush and strong wide receiver play but were ultimately hamstrung by their inability to stop the run.Here are this week’s risers and fallers. Stock up Kendall ColemanAdvertisementThis is placeholder textColeman was Syracuse’s most dominant defensive player Saturday, and that was reflected in his final stat line. Coleman recorded two sacks for 19 yards, notched seven total tackles and disrupted the Tigers’ offense.At the time, Coleman’s second sack seemed game-altering. Syracuse punted on its previous drive. Clemson trailed 23-20 with less than nine minutes to play. On third and seven from his own 40, Tigers backup quarterback Chase Brice dropped back.Coleman burst off the left edge, beating left tackle Mitch Hyatt. At first, Coleman barely had a hold of Brice, and it seemed like the quarterback might slip the tackle. Instead, Coleman wrestled Brice down for a nine-yard loss.Both Coleman and Alton Robinson have been playing at a high level recently, as SU’s defensive line is hitting its stride.Turnovers Syracuse had three more takeaways on Saturday, recovering two fumbles and snagging an interception.The first fumble came on Clemson’s second offensive play, as Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence tried to pull the ball away from running back Travis Etienne late on a read option. The ball hit the turf, and Alton Robinson scooped it up.After Lawrence left the game, backup quarterback Chase Brice badly overthrew a receiver. Trill Williams made his first collegiate interception on the play, toeing the sideline.But the most important turnover was Amari Rodgers’ muffed punt at his own 10-yard line. Jamal Custis recovered, and Syracuse punched in its second touchdown.Through five games, Syracuse has forced 12 turnovers, eight more than last season.Wide receivers From Taj Harris’ 51-yard bomb to Jamal Custis snatching the ball from between two defenders, Syracuse’s receivers came to play Saturday.Five receivers caught passes for the Orange. Each of those players caught at least two, and Custis and Devin Butler paced the group with five catches apiece and 73 and 45 yards, respectively.Harris hauled in the catch of the game, though. Syracuse needed five yards to convert a third down from its own 35. Instead of taking something underneath, Dungey spotted Harris slipping open behind his man.Dungey lofted it up for Harris, who stuck out his hands, bobbled the ball, and secured the 51-yard catch that set up Syracuse’s first touchdown.Stock down Health After the game, senior defensive back Antwan Cordy and senior long snapper Matt Keller were seen leaving the locker room in with their arms in slings. Keller’s was on his right arm.It’s unclear when Cordy got hurt or what his injury is. Regardless, if the senior is out for any significant time, it will be a massive blow to the Orange’s secondary. Cordy has slotted in as a nickelback through five games this season as part of the Orange’s new 4-2-5 base defense.Keller appeared to have gotten hurt on Syracuse’s final special teams play, a punt. Television cameras showed the senior long snapper visibly upset on the sideline. His injury is also currently unknown.Behind Keller on the depth chart is long snapper Aaron Bolinsky. Likely candidates to fill in for Cordy include Williams and Ifeatu Melifonwu, two freshmen who received notable playing time Saturday. Linebackers Etienne ran wild on Syracuse on Saturday, mostly due to lapses from the linebackers.On Etienne’s first touchdown, a 26-yard run to the right side, linebacker Ryan Guthrie hesitated and fell behind the play. Forced to take a bad angle, he came up with air as he dove at Etienne’s ankles.When Etienne slid into the end zone to put the Tigers up with less than a minute left, Kielan Whitner and Guthrie were caught up with the defensive line, failing to set an edge.All game, Etienne and Clemson’s rushers consistently got through to the second level of Syracuse’s defense because a linebacker was out of position.Running backs Syracuse’s running backs combined to carry the ball 11 times for 28 yards, a paltry 2.5 yards a carry.The early game plan was to attack the edges, where SU identified open spaces in Clemson’s defense. But SU went about that by utilizing Sean Riley on sweeps. He finished with two carries for 24 yards.Instead, the running backs took on the unenviable task of challenging the vaunted Tigers’ defensive line straight on. It didn’t go well.Syracuse entered the game averaging more than 250 rushing yards per game. The Orange netted 61 on Saturday. After the game, a reporter asked Dino Babers if he was happy with the way his team ran the football.“No,” he said. Published on September 30, 2018 at 11:03 pm Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Grahamcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more