Wearne Cottesloe kicks off with official sod turn
Built joined client Curtain Living Heritage to mark the start of the Wearne Cottesloe redevelopment with an official sod turning ceremony.
Built Director, Jon Stone joined Managing Director David Cox, Board Chair Ray Glickman, Celia Hammond MP, Mayor Phil Angers and Wearne Cottesloe resident Beryl Cockburn-Campbell (93) at the ceremony held at the display suite in Napoleon Street, Cottesloe.
Wearne Cottlesloe will see the heritage landmark, refurbished into an aged care and residential development.
Stage one includes the Marine Views residential care facility that will overlook heritage gardens and the ocean, and the first 20 Waterfront Cottesloe residences, offering world-class ocean-side accommodation for more independent seniors.
Construction of the project’s next stages will see an additional 55 residences developed at Waterfront Cottesloe and a range of amenities for the wider community, including a café, art precinct, medical centre and community meeting amenities.
This is an exciting project which extends Built’s track record in heritage residential projects in WA. Built look forward to using our in-depth expertise in bringing the development to life for current and future residents.