Design Collection booklet launched at Parkwood

The architects and designers in Living Choice’s design team are justifiably proud of their award-winning designs for Living Choice’s many projects, including retirement villages, residential communities, Over 50s Lifestyle Resorts and hospitality venues. Equally as proud is Living Choice Director, Ian Tregoning, who is intimately involved with every facet of the designs.

Therefore, it was fitting that Ian personally unveiled Living Choice Parkwood’s new Design Collection booklet at a lunch for the village’s future residents and VIP guests on 31st August.

Held at The Club at Parkwood Village on the Gold Coast, which is within walking distance of the Living Choice Parkwood site, Ian said the 32-page Design Collection booklet showcased 12 apartments, from the spacious one-bedroom Hummingbird to the spectacular 4-bedroom Kookaburra, which measures 309sqm, including expansive balconies on three sides.

The lunch was attended by those who have lodged an Expression of Interest on apartments in Stage 1, which includes the Lexington building, comprising 30 apartments, and the Lakeshore building which will have 20 ultra-luxurious apartments and the leisure centre. Both the Lexington and Lakeshore buildings face the golf course.

Also attending were Regional Manager/National Procurement Manager, Tracy Blair, Marketing team members, Linda Hooper and Tracey Dearing and Sales Consultant, Michael Levick. Unfortunately, fellow Sales Consultant, Vickie Lea, was unable to attend due to ill-health.

Following the lunch, National Construction Manager, Leigh Buckton, took guests and staff members on a site tour. Everyone was pleased to hear that, barring any major weather events, the Lexington apartments should be ready at the end of the first quarter of 2025 and the Lakeshore building, which includes the leisure centre, around three months later.

Leigh also advised that the piling was 50 percent complete and progressing to schedule with completion by the end of September when the pile caps would commence. Leigh answered several questions regarding possible flooding of the carpark, explaining that the carpark floor was 12.5 RL, 2.5m higher than the highest recorded water level of 10RL.

Leigh said Richard Chamberlain Golf Design was involved in the design and construction of the new practice golf hole, putting green and bunker in the visual amenity zone. He added that most of the koala fence had been completed with revegetation planting and turf-laying commencing soon.

To download a copy of the Design Collection booklet, see Parkwood Retirement Village Gold Coast - Living Choice Copies are also available at the sales office and display apartment, which is open 7 days (except public holidays) between 10am and 3pm. Phone 1300 421 414 to book an appointment.