Greengate moves into western Sydney
Greengate moves into western Sydney for its first independent development
Penrith City Council has names the private provider as the builder behind a retirement village and aged care home (nursing home) planned for council land in the centre of the suburb.
Created as part of Penrith’s Living Well Precinct for older residents looking to downsize, the proposal features independent living apartments, an aged care home (nursing home) plus additional community and medical services.
The site is Greengate’s fifth across Sydney and Brisbane, but its first project not to be on Catholic Church land (pictured here is the St. Brigid’s Green village at Maroubra which won them a National Property Council award).
“One of the first tasks we have set ourselves when finalising the design over the coming months is to meet with local seniors, find out what is important to them and what their priorities are,” Greengate Director Andrew Sweeney stated.
It’s also close to the retirement village and aged care home (nursing home) being constructed by the Penrith Panthers Leagues Club in partnership with Maurice Tulich.