Wednesday 10th March 2021
|Text too small?|
Summerset today announced the purchase of property in the desirable suburb of Chirnside Park, northeast Melbourne. This is the New Zealand retirement village operator’s third acquisition in Victoria since September 2019.
The proposed NZD$170 million retirement village will offer over 200 retirement units, ranging from one to three-bedrooms and including independent and supported living arrangements. The village will have a care centre and specialist memory care centre for people living with dementia. Amenities for residents will include a bowling green, swimming pool, café, hairdressing and beauty salon.
Summerset Chief Executive, Julian Cook, said Chirnside Park was a sought-after area for retirement living with few quality options available. “The over-75 population in Chirnside Park is forecast to grow by 60% over the next decade. Our retirement villages include supported living and a residential care centre, making it easy for residents to move when their needs change.”
The site, at 266-268 Maroondah Highway, is a short distance from the Maroondah Golf Park and Chirnside Park shopping centre, and on bus routes to nearby train stations.
Meanwhile, Summerset’s first Australian retirement village in Cranbourne North was progressing well, with development approval expected shortly. Summerset also holds land in Torquay, on the Bellarine Peninsula, purchased in February 2020.
Please see the link below for details:
No comments yet
Fonterra provides milk price, performance, strategy update
Revised Chatham announcement concerning PDAC
23rd June 2022 Morning Report
Greenfern Industries attains important industry certificati
Appointment of Group General Manager Sales & Service
NZME confirms Google agreements
FBU Investor Day FY22 EBIT guidance c.$750m reiterated
Chatham Reports on Multiple Milestones Achieved at PDAC
22nd June 2022 Morning Report
21st June 2022 Morning Report