Designed by ThomsonAdsett, Denman says their “ageing in place solution” will see the care facilities located alongside the village in separate wings with retail, café, outdoor landscaped areas and ground floor health care services also on site.

Despite Brisbane Council recently scaling back some of its incentives for aged care developers, the city is still seeing a surge of new development including Aura Holdings launching the second stage of its Kingsford Terrace village; and Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ) announcing plans to demolish and rebuild its 115-bed Berlasco Court Caring Centre, built in 1988, in Indooroopilly, 7km west of the CBD.

Brisbane property developer looks to enter seniors’ living market with 12 storey village and aged care development1
An artist’s impression of the Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ) redevelopment.