Designed for the over-60s, Quadrant Gardens will consist of 75 spacious apartments
The upmarket Quadrant Gardens retirement development in Claremont has launched and units are selling on a Life Right basis.
“Underlining the demand for this kind of retirement living, seven apartments were sold prior to the development’s official launch this month,” says Bev Bloch of Pam Golding Properties, which is marketing the development.
In addition to apartments, The Quadrant also has 3500m² of consulting offices and 1500m² of retail space which includes a restaurant, coffee shop, hairdresser, massage spa, wellness centre, gymnasium with indoor pool and the Claremont public library. Quadrant Gardens itself will offer its residents a rooftop terrace with a recreational area and croquet court, an in-house restaurant, private courtyard garden, lounge and library.
Designed for the over-60s, Quadrant Gardens will consist of 75 spacious apartments, ranging from studios to large two- and three-bedroom apartments, at a starting price of around R2 million through to R6.5m.
The units, intended for independent living with the option of assisted living, will be fitted with emergency care-call communication and a 19-bed on-site Care Centre for those who require around-the-clock care.
Located in Claremont’s medical precinct, tenants will also have easy access to emergency, high-care and surgical facilities at the nearby Life Kingsbury Hospital and the specialist consultants based at Library Square and surrounds.
With construction already progressed to the second floor, Quadrant Gardens is set for completion during the first half of 2019.