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More Development for Rototuna

4th Oct 17

October 2017 will see earthworks begin on Hamilton's newest retirement complex.

This will be Summerset's second retirement complex in Hamilton, spread over 6.4 hectares on Kimbrae Drive, adjacent to the sites earmarked for the future Rototuna Sports Park and Rototuna Town Centre.

The complex will comprise of 264 homes made up of one, two and three bedroom villas, townhouses and apartments.  There will be a dedicated Memory Care Centre which will offer one bedroom properties for those people suffering from dementia.  These homes will offer sufferers their own homes surrounded by their own personal belongings and space, but will be secure and safe for them at the same time.  There is only one other Memory Care Centre in New Zealand, which was opened by Summerset in Levin last November.  There are a further seven more centres planned.

The complex will basically be it's own little village offering its residents recreation facilities and amenities including a swimming pool, spa pool, barbecuing areas, a cafe, lounge, residents bar, hobbies room, workshop, a communal vegetable garden and a combined croquet lawn / bowling green.

Construction will start on the complex this month, with the first homes expected to be available mid 2018.

 

To read the full article written by Amelia Christensen-Rose, visit www.stuff.co.nz.

 

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