Aveo Springfield is running ahead of schedule thanks to strong interest from local over 50s.

LOCALS are snapping up retirement living in Springfield, pushing construction ahead of schedule for what will eventually be Australia’s largest fully-integrated age-friendly retirement village.

Aveo Springfield has had more than 300 sales inquiries with at least 80 per cent from savy locals for its $1 billion development which will eventually provide more than 2,500 dwellings and a range of facilities.

Aveo’s executive general manager of development Gary Kordic said interest had been mainly from locals looking to retire close to their family and taking advantage of the first-class amenities on offer.

“It’s great to see strong local interest from the Springfield area, with buyers attracted to the

accessible and interconnected village design with a range of lifestyle, health, and care services right at their doorstep,” he said.

Stage one of the development includes 66 independent living units in Building A, which will also house a dining and bar area, cafe, fully equipped gymnasium, specialist suit and hairdressers as well as a shared community recreational park which will be open to the general public.

Aveo Springfield is leading the way in retirement living with locals wanting in.

“Having been designed as a social and intergenerational community, Aveo Springfield will provide a supportive environment for residents with an array of living options, including a full-service aged care facility, to meet their long-term needs,” Mr Kordic said.

With the project tracking strongly, it is set to welcome residents into the community from June, ahead of schedule.

The retirement community is also set to be home to a child care centre giving retirees the chance to remain connected to their grandchildren and extended family throughout their retirement.

Aveo Springfield is positioned in Springfield Central’s Health City and next to the Mater Private Hospital.

Aveo is currently home to 13,000 residents in 90 retirement villages across Australia.

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