Retirement living provider Anglicare has completed a milestone in the expansion of its major Woolooware Shores site in Sydney’s south.

Anglicare held a ceremony to celebrate the completion of 42 premium retirement independent living apartments at Woolooware Shores. Construction is also well underway on a new 48-bed residential aged care home, which is expected to be open from November 2020.

Woolooware Shores has been in place since 2006 but in 2018 was granted approval for a reported $189 million expansion on to a site previously used by Toyota for car storage.

Most of the Taren Point apartments, which will be ready to occupy by 1 October and were constructed by Growthbuilt, have water views of Woolooware Bay (which is part of Botany Bay).

Woolooware Shores
An aerial view of the Woolooware Shores site

According to Anglicare’s marketing brochure, the one, two and three bedroom apartments include generously-sized alfresco areas and open-plan layouts along with contemporary features such as reverse-cycle air conditioning, video intercoms, secure underground carparking, 100 per cent wool carpets and 24 hour emergency assistance. 

Some of the apartments include study nooks, while some also have a penthouse-style layout.

One bedroom apartments start at $697,000, while two bedroom apartments start at $913,750 and three bedroom apartments at $1,105,000. A deferred management fee is payable.

The 42 new apartments add to 228 retirement living apartments already completed at Woolooware Shores - making the site one of the largest retirement living projects in Sydney. 

Two further stages of premium retirement living apartments are planned in coming years. 

One of the new apartments at Woolooware Shores