WA: Brightwater Care Group gets nod for $40M ‘multigenerational’ village in Perth’s north

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The Not For Profit aged care operator

is partnering with boutique developer OP Properties to build Odyssey Residences in Iluka, 31km north of the Perth CBD. It will have 58 two- and three-bedroom apartments set over three storeys plus shops and cafés just 300 metres from Beaumaris Beach.

The apartments will be designed to Gold Liveable standards with features such as wider-than-average doorways and corridors. They will also be tech-ready so that owners simply need to ‘BYO’ their devices.

CEO Jennifer Lawrence says the new village will be a “game-changer”. “By paying attention to how people want to transition into retirement, we’re building for the future and offering lifestyle opportunities that keep people connected – connected to their neighbours, to their community and to nature,” she said.

Brightwater currently has one existing village plus 11 aged care homes, home care and disability services across WA.

Brightwater Care CEO Jennifer Lawrence.

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