Construction continues at Mirvac's The Langlee project at Waverley

The old bowling club premises will be converted into a wellness centre
Construction continues at Mirvac's The Langlee project at Waverley
A render of the Langlee project. Image supplied
Jonathan ChancellorFebruary 15, 2022

Mirvac has signalled that its launch of its $83m redevelopment plans for the Waverley Bowling Club site is fast approaching.

Mirvac is creating a 55-apartment high-end seniors’ development with pricing advised as from $2,195,000 to $4,995,000.

Late last year Mirvac opened a display gallery for the development, known as The Langlee, will be centred around the old bowling club, which is to be converted into a wellness centre.

Construction continues at Mirvac's The Langlee project at Waverley

The facility will boast a 20m indoor lap pool, steam room, treatment room and change facilities on the ground level, while on the mezzanine floor above there will be a resident gym area, yoga and stretching space.

Mirvac’s general manager of residential NSW, Toby Long, has advised the past two years of Covid lockdowns had "reaffirmed" their commitment to providing the high-end wellness facility.

Mirvac broke ground on the project in April last year.

Construction continues at Mirvac's The Langlee project at Waverley

The completion is anticipated in 2023.

The Langlee is being developed in accordance with the requirements of the State Environmental Planning Policy (Housing for Seniors or People with a Disability 2004 (SEPP). 

The SEPP requires that at least one occupant must be 55 years of age (or older) or have a disability as defined in the SEPP.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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