Living Choice Flagstaff Hill has already established itself as a premier retirement community, attracting retirees who are seeking an active lifestyle and modern, spacious homes in a beautiful location. Positioned next to the Flagstaff Hill Golf Course, this vibrant community has already welcomed 77 residents, with its popularity growing steadily each month.
Recently, the sales team invited clients to a `Champagne Viewing’ with more than 55 people arriving to view the homes available, meet the residents, enjoy champers and canapes - and toast a possible new lifestyle.
They also had the opportunity to meet the practitioners at the newly opened onsite Wellness Centre, including Sarah Fox, Kathy Denk, Matthew Grosser, Lucy Flanagan, Yuki Honda and Helen Birch. A wide range of health and fitness services are available to both residents and members of the public – for details see www.choicewellness.com.au
Regional Manager, Katherine Stacey, said the Open Day was a great success and that the visitors were very impressed with both the apartments and villas. “One of the apartments was deposited on the day and several clients have booked follow-up appointments over the next week,” she said.
“Special mention must go to the Resident Ambassadors who helped. It was a very busy few hours for our staff members and we would not have coped without the fantastic support of our Ambassadors,” she added.
Living Choice Director, Ian Tregoning, who is intimately involved with the design of all Living Choice homes, also attended on the day and was very proud to show the apartments available in the first apartment building, The Range. These stunning apartments, which overlook the golf course, are thoughtfully designed and are very spacious with many modern features. The apartments all have double-glazed windows and doors, creating the perfect sanctuary for one’s retirement years.
With 42 villas and 17 apartments now completed, construction is progressing rapidly on the next stage which includes more apartments and a multi-million-dollar golf clubhouse. See aerial photos below, which were taken on 18th May.
Project Manager, Tony Hatzis said the bulk excavation was now complete and the focus had moved to the detailed excavation.
“The team is highly focused on the strip and pad footings excavation, followed by the steel reinforcement on these areas. This is an extremely important area of construction as we are creating the foundations of the building.
“Once these are complete our attention will move on to the lift pits for both buildings and columns in the basement. We will also be finalising our precast retaining wall contractor and commence their shop drawings along with, hopefully, a swift fabrication and install. This will give all parties a greater understanding of the footprint.
“Once those works are completed, we will shift our focus to the large ground level podium slab. This will consist of two concrete pours, weather permitting.”