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An $80m Brisbane development has been tied to the creation of the country’s newest championship bowling green 8km from the CBD.
RetireAustralia’s latest project called The Green will be joined to new Tarragindi Bowls Club and club house – delivered under a partnership between RetireAustralia and the Yeronga Services and Community Club.
With 70 per cent of its site given up for open space, the development was for people who don’t see themselves living in a traditional retirement village, according to RetireAustralia CEO Brett Robinson.
He said the $80m development was “designed to offer choice, support, social connection and peace of mind” as priorities.
“We not only design homes, but we also build communities people love to make their own. “The Green will be one of those – a thriving community with care at its heart.”
A new display suite has opened for inspection at 3/212 Cracknell Road, Tarragindi.
Among its charms The Green will have landscaped recreational parkland with communal barbecue areas, common lawn, a productive garden and a children’s playground.
Located just 8km from the Brisbane CBD at, there will be 94 independent living apartments, with buyers to choose from 11 different apartment types, with prices up to the $1.5m mark.
The development will also have underground parking, a private cinema, library, indoor and outdoor gym – and all residents have access to the Tarragindi Bowls Club.
Services on site will include personal care, domestic support and tailored clinical care.