Coming off the back of the successful multi-award-winning Australis project for Adventist Care, Hames Sharley is set to bring their expertise and skills in Seniors Living to another large-scale project, this time in Perth’s Western Suburbs.
The Perth Studio last month was appointed by Built Constructions as lead Architect for the design and construction of the historic Wearne Cottesloe site, bringing Curtin Heritage Living’s vision to life. While the Wearne name will be retained for all heritage buildings on the site, the retirement living development will be named Waterfront Cottesloe and the residential aged care development will be called Marine Views Cottesloe.
“We are committed to creating places and buildings that will inspire and delight residents and visitors. The creative value of a building or place evolves from a unique shared vision that provides the foundation of every project,” says Gary.
Stage 1 of the larger $140 million development will provide a high-end resort-style facility with stunning views of the Indian Ocean. “We are so excited to help bring this project to life. It is set to become the benchmark for Seniors Living in Perth,” Gary reports.
The construction phase will begin in the second half of 2020.
For more information on the Wearne Aged Care and Seniors Living development, visit https://waterfrontcottesloe.com.au/
Enabling Communities to flourish
Associate Director, Gary Mackintosh gives a moving ANZAC Day performance for residents at the existing Wearne Aged Care facility. Gary’s efforts were warmly received, with carers and children of residents later thanking him for his efforts. Gary brings a unique personal touch to his Senior Living projects, providing musical community services to aged care and retirement homes. Every Hames Sharley Seniors Living project comes with a free bagpiper to entertain and enable these communities to flourish.