Artist's impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead
Artist’s impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead

Aged care operator Ozcare has proposed a 23 storey retirement community located at 43 Evelyn Street, a large island site in Newstead.

The proposed development will be carried out over two stages and involves the construction of a mixed-use building, comprising of a retirement facility, residential care facility, food and drink outlet, shop and an office which will provide a new home for Ozcare’s administrative activities.

Designed by Conrad Gargett, the proposal also includes a new park in the form of a privately owned public space.

According to the development application, the project aims to provide a modern Residential Aged care and retirement lifestyle project within the urban environment.

The project will provide an opportunity for residents to age in place, as well as a commercial office space. The diversity of the development will contribute to an enhanced
community engagement within Newstead.

Artist's impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead
Artist’s impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead
Artist's impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead
Artist’s impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead
Artist's impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead
Artist’s impression of 43 Evelyn Street, Newstead

Project Rundown

  • Site area 6,180 sqm
  • Residential care facility – 120 Beds
  • Retirement facility (northern tower) 53 Units:
    – 6 one bedroom units
    – 33 two bedroom units
    – 14 three bedroom units
  • Retirement facility (southern tower) 89 Units:
    – 4 one bedroom units
    – 61 two bedroom units
    – 24 three bedroom units
  • Office 2,891.9 sqm Gross Floor Area (‘GFA’)
  • Food and drink outlet, and/or shop 163.2 sqm GFA in the form of x3 ground floor retail tenancies
  • Total development GFA 27,730 sqm
  • Maximum building height Northern tower:
    – 16 storeys
    – 61.12 metres (approx.) / RL63.6 metres AHD
  • Southern tower:
    – 23 storeys
    – 79.05 metres (approx.) /RL82.65 metres AHD
  • Parking – 298 car parks
  • Bike parking – 23 spaces

Landscape architect Form has designed large communal spaces which includes 270 sqm of internal space and 1190 sqm of external communal space.

The proposed recreation deck includes a cinema, library, billiard and media room, dining room and lounge, outdoor rooftop pool and bbq area and multi-purpose room.

Artist's impression of pool area
Artist’s impression of pool area

Developer Mirvac has previously proposed 283 residential apartments across two towers on the site in August 2016.

The development application number for this project is A005087776.

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By 07 reviewer(s)

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    Ngaire Douglas

    I am interested in purchasing in this complex. Please advise when sales details will be released.
    Thank you

    June 26, 2021

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    Michelle

    When can we view plans any fort her information

    June 19, 2021

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    Maggie Russell

    I would like to know where I can register my interest in purchasing a unit in the complex and the likely date construction will be completed.

    Maggie

    May 27, 2021

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    Susie Lawson

    Does the Ozcare facility At Newstead have a Nursing Home section?
    Susie

    May 27, 2021

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    Adrian & Janis Parnham

    Please advise when we can view plans and when to purchase?

    Many thanks
    Janis

    May 24, 2021

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    Ray

    What is the progress on this project, when will it be completed?

    July 23, 2020

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    Graeme Wright

    Ozcare retirement plans for Newstead – Please keep me updated on when to purchase

    March 16, 2020

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