Blue Ribbon Seniors Living & Aged Care Opportunity for Thriving Dural

9 August, 2017 / Jeff Moxham

Blue Ribbon Seniors Living & Aged Care Opportunity for Thriving Dural

Ray White Commercial NSW have been exclusively appointed to market the sale of a blue-ribbon seniors living and aged care facility in the north west Sydney suburb of Dural.

The property sits on a site area of approximately 29,898 sqm and is located at 3 Quarry Road and 4 Vineys Road, Dural. It is being marketed via Expressions of Interest by Jeff Moxham, David Lyons and Samuel Hadgelias of Ray White Commercial NSW.

Jeff Moxham said: “This remarkable development opportunity is offered with a site compatibility certificate from the NSW Government supporting the development of a seniors living and aged care facility (STCA).

“The site compatibility certificate was granted after the NSW Government reviewed the plans prepared by award winning architects, Marchese Partners. The proposed development will boast a campus style resort facility for seniors which offers the full spectrum of seniors living and aged care.

“Specifically, the concept plan for this blue ribbon location in the heart of Dural includes 219 independent living units, 74 aged care beds and ancillary facilities.”

David Lyons said the site, once developed, will help cater to the growing demand for progressive seniors living and aged care needs. With Australia’s aging population and projected increased life expectancy, the demand for seniors living currently outweighs supply. There is an opportunity here to contribute to creating an equilibrium with a state of the art design concept.

The proposed project is one of many seniors living and aged care proposals prepared by Marchese Partners. The project was designed to create a facility that will allow for the changing needs of the seniors living and aged care sector of the future. Particular care and attention was given to ensuring that the design had eco-friendly concepts that will seamlessly integrate the building scale and form within the existing green landscape of Dural.

Samuel Hadgelias said other advantages for the location include easy access to transport, particularly to the $8.3 billion North West Rail Link, which will provide eight new railway stations for the region and the first fully-automated rapid transit rail system.

“This is Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project currently under construction and a priority rail project for the NSW Government,” he said.

Dural is approximately 36km from the Sydney CBD but well connected by road infrastructure such as the M2 and the Lane Cove Tunnel. Set within the Hills District Dural is part of the rapidly evolving north west of Sydney. Once considered a semi-rural area, Dural has benefited from the transformation and gentrification of the surrounding suburbs providing its residents with the perfect blend of city and urban living. Dural is easily accessible providing its residents with easy access to local shops and amenities.