The Terraces, Paddington has been announced the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s UDIA 2021 National Award Winner of Seniors’ Living Award and President’s Award. The Awards recognise and reward excellence and innovation in the urban development industry. This success follows the project by Presbyterian Aged Care and Cottee Parker Architects winning both these categories in the UDIAs NSW Awards in December 2020.
UDIA says “The judges believe that The Terraces, Paddington, represents a benchmark development in seniors’ living, truly integrating residential aged care facilities with a range of independent living units across five buildings.”
The Terraces retirement village comprises 70 independent living apartments across four buildings and the adaptive conversion of the heritage-listed Scottish Hospital into 9 house-size retirement apartments. The complex also features a cinema, swimming pool, gym, landscaped parks and gardens and an on-site café.
The retirement village is part of a $180 million over-55’s community set on 1.5 hectares with a 100-bed residential aged care home also located on-site.
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