Construction commenced last week on The Waterfront at Anglicare’s Woolooware Shores Retirement Village in Taren Point. The Waterfront sets a new precedent in retirement living, with a collection of 63 premium waterfront apartments across two buildings with open plan layouts, space for entertaining and sweeping water views.
“The Waterfront has been designed to encapsulate the incredible water views, with the orientation of each apartment carefully placed to capture sweeping coastal views through to the city skyline” said Dean Cotter, Anglicare Development Manager.
“Jackson Teece Architects were tasked with designing luxurious home-style apartments with spacious open plan layouts spilling onto large external balconies, that complimented the surrounding environment.”
Built in partnership with Growthbuilt, the development is set to be completed in 2023, and has already received a high level of consumer interest.
“Growthbuilt are proud to have successfully delivered Stage 6 of this masterplan in partnership with Anglicare, one of Australia’s premier aged care, seniors living and community providers,” said Colin Rahim, Growthbuilt Joint CEO & Director.
“Growthbuilt are focused on continuing this momentum into Stage 7 and committed to growing our 5-year-strong partnership.”
The Waterfront will feature purposefully integrated community spaces, including extensive landscaping and a café for future residents and their families to enjoy.
Residents will also have access to a theatre, salon, gym, pool, spa, restaurants, café, library and chapel, all located within Woolooware Shores Retirement Village.
Located on the shores of the bay at Taren Point, Woolooware Shores launched in 2006, and is one of the foremost premium properties within Anglicare’s retirement living portfolio. It is currently home to 243 residents, and has a residential aged care facility onsite for ‘ageing in place’.
Anglicare Retirement Living includes 22 villages and has provided accommodation and support for senior Australians for over 60 years.