With Stage One of Cranbrook Residences set for completion in early 2017, Cranbrook Care has announced the second and final release of 26 beautifully-appointed purpose-built apartments including a mix of one, two and three bedroom residences.
CEO of Cranbrook Care, Ms Kerry Mann, said Cranbrook Residences, which launched late last year with a ground breaking officiated by 2GB’s Alan Jones, has been warmly welcomed by both the local community and interested retirees seeking low-maintenance, lifestyle-rich living options.
“What we are creating is more than luxurious, low-maintenance residences – although they certainly are this. We are creating a community that prioritises lifestyle-enrichment and engagement, and we have received an excellent response to this from local Hills retirees, with the first wave of our soon-to-be residents coming mostly from suburbs in Sydney’s North West,” said Ms Kerry Mann.
For information about the second and final release at Cranbrook Residences, contact Joanne Boik on 02 9672 6866, email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into our Display Suite at 6 Fairway Drive, Kellyville.
Rain rain go away! Construction and rain have never been friends, however the team at ADCO Construction are still full steam ahead with Stage 1 of Cranbrook Residences due for completion in early 2017. The neighbouring aged care residence will be opening in just a few months time.
Building One, apartments 101 to 109 (pictured) is leading the charge! The slab has been poured for the first floor. The formwork for the first floor of Building Two, apartments 201 to 208 is constructed and hot on the heels of Building One. Building Three, apartments 301 to 307 officially has a ground floor!
Formwork is complete for the structural walls to the ground level from the basement level. Building Three will also be home to the Café and Reception area. If you have visited the display suite recently, you will have noticed the pond has been drained and cleared of all material. The pond is currently being re-profiled and will be 3m deep in the central areas when the works are completed. The works also involve landscaping around the pond and the installation of two water movement devices to move the water around the pond area. It is envisaged that these works will be completed by October/November 2016 and the pond will be refilled with water. New street lights on Fairway Drive have been installed and the main service connection is imminent.