Footy from the balcony
FUTURE residents of the $65 million Georgiou Living’s The Pocket will enjoy more than just a premium apartment.
The developer recently unveiled a three-year partnership agreement with the Claremont Football Club, which will provide residents with a football membership package and access to the Tigers’ game day venue and new facilities and amenities.
Georgiou Living development director Armando Rossi said the excitement of match day and the ability to enjoy the outstanding services would add an extra dimension to living in the precinct.
“Some residents will even be able to view the game from the comfort of their own balcony,” he said.
Facilities will include a gym, sports medical services, doctor, physiotherapy, sports bar and coffee shop.
Club chief executive Todd Shimmon said it made sense to welcome the club’s neighbours by offering those Claremont memberships as part of their purchase.
“We hope that they feel part of the Claremont community and support their local football side.”
Claremont Tigers vice captain Jake Murphy, Armando Rossi from Georgiou, Tigers chief executive Todd Shimmon and Tigers captain Luke Blackwell.