Ready for a seachange: Retirement sector gets a facelift
THE booming retirement sector is heading off on a seachange where luxury lifestyle communities await senior Australians.
Seachange Lifestyle Resorts by developer Pradella has expanded its range of residential projects by releasing architecturally designed homes in prime unique locations such as Toowoomba and Brisbane.
It's a part of the company's plan to service the changing lifestyle choices of seniors who have become a dominant demographic with over five million people expected to be aged 65 and over in Australia by 2025.
"Today's baby boomers have high expectations for their retirement lifestyle, so location and design of the home are both vitally important," Pradella director of sales and marketing Alex McMahon said.
"We brought this approach to both our current Upper Coomera and Toowoomba projects and made modifications to the masterplans to create designs that will grow with the community and help create a truly better place to live.
"As a developer of over 50s communities our focus weighs heavily on these aspects."
Mr McMahon said the company's commitment to matching the "high expectations" of its clients inspired the team to strive for a unique living experience.
"People have more time and want to enjoy their lifestyle, to take advantage of a full range of activities and facilities to reconnect with friends and extended family," he said.
"Manicured lawns, fully equipped clubhouses, gym and swimming pools, everything tailored to maximise the resident's lifestyle.
"Our philosophy is to create a welcoming community."