Brookfield Multiplex to build $80 million aged care facility in Sydney’s Kogarah

Brookfield Multiplex to build $80 million aged care facility in Sydney’s Kogarah
Brookfield Multiplex to build $80 million aged care facility in Sydney’s Kogarah

International contractor Brookfield Multiplex has been hired by Greengate to build an $80 million aged care and retirement village in Sydney’s southern suburb of Kogarah.

The new St Patrick’s Green Aged Care and Retirement Village at 42- 48 Chapel Street will be a 21,000 square metre development and have three buildings. 

It will comprise 105 independent living units and a 92-room residential aged care facility that can fit in 100 beds. 

The village will have a communal lawn, café and terrace, lounge, theatrette, dining, hair salon and gym. 

Construction is scheduled for completion by late-2017. 

The site neighbours St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School and is on the former Bethany College site, where the old college buildings were recently decommissioned for the new project.

David Ghannoum, regional managing director NSW at Brookfield Multiplex, said the St. Patrick’s Green Aged Care and Retirement Village was another addition to its experience in building aged-care facilities. 

The contractor is already working on two others — The Terraces in Paddington and the Mark Moran seniors living village in Vaucluse, said Ghannoum.

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Commercial Development Aged Care

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