Stockland starts work on $69M vertical retirement village in Brisbane’s Newport

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The village will feature 125 two- and three-bedroom apartments built across two six-storey buildings at Stockland’s $590 million Newport project on the Redcliffe Peninsula.

The development is set within the master planned community which began construction in 2015 and is expected to house around 5,000 residents when complete.

This is their second vertical village. They have also built apartments as part of the rejuvenation of the Cardinal Freeman village at Ashfield (Sydney).

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