The spirit of community
Construction is set to start on a retirement village at Auchenflower, surrounding the Holy Spirit Church.
St Faber’s Green, developed by Greengate, will feature exciting landmark architecture, unmatched views, space, light, gardens, beautiful interiors and community spaces.
St Faber’s Green sales consultant Louise Feeney said the retirement village was named by late Father Peter Quin who was the parish priest for more than 12 years.
“The new village will embody a sense of inclusiveness and acknowledgment of the site’s rich history,” Ms Feeney said. “The final village will feature three buildings of different heights rising above the tree-scape of Auchenflower.
“The buildings will take design inspiration from the beautiful homes in the area and from the site’s original grand home of former Queensland premier Thomas McIlwraith.”
The standard of living is assured, with Greengate’s first Brisbane village, St Luke’s Green being awarded the Property Council’s National Award for Design Excellence in recognition of its quality and design.
Ms Feeney said since its release in
Greengate Property Group is developing a retirement village at Auchenflower, constructed near the Holy Spirit Church.