The developer, which has 27 communities across Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia, picked up the Lutwyche site from former tennis champions Daphne and Trevor Fancutt earlier this year for $13.6 million.
“The project has been named in recognition of the site’s history as the Fancutts Tennis Centre and Academy, while also honouring the Fancutt family who have been an integral part of the local community for generations, and we’re proud to welcome Daphne and Trevor Fancutt as ambassadors for the project,” Quinn said.
Designed by Marchese Partners in collaboration with the University of Stirling in Scotland, the boutique development will include a new care offering to become standard across the company’s new development projects.
This includes state-of-the-art features to enable residents to remain independent as they age, along with a diverse range of services, including private and government-funded care.
Other Queensland aged care development projects in planning include Aveo’s 16-storey retirement tower on the Gold Coast, which will accommodate more than 150 seniors, Denmac Nominees’ 12-storey retirement facility in Brisbane’s inner north suburb Windsor, and Japara’s $30 million aged-care facility in Robina.
Expressions of interest are now open for Fancutts Retirement Living with construction expected to commence by mid-2019.