Footy from the bal­cony

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Business -

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.”

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d424288

Clare­mont Tigers vice cap­tain Jake Murphy, Ar­mando Rossi from Ge­or­giou, Tigers chief ex­ec­u­tive Todd Shim­mon and Tigers cap­tain Luke Black­well.

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