Respect launches new retirement village

Respect has launched its first fully-developed and constructed village – Reed Estate.

Aged care and retirement living provider Respect has launched its first fully-developed and constructed village – in south-west Launceston.

Reed Estate – which was officially launched on 5 August with an opportunity to tour the state-of-the-art site – comprises a combination of two and three-bedroom freestanding villas. To date, 10 units have been completed with the second and third stages of development to add an additional 54.  

Respect, which has been on an acquisition spree in recent years, operates home care services and more than 20 aged care homes and retirement villages across Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.

Respect chief of retirement living Mark Eagleston said the Reed Estate development was one of the most exciting projects he has been involved in during 16 years in the retirement living industry. “The inauguration of Reed Estate marked another milestone in our journey to create a community that fosters a sense of belonging, independence, and wellbeing for its residents.

Respect Reed Estate

After years in planning and development, Respect managing director and chief executive officer Jason Binder said he was excited about Reed Estate’s future.

“It’s been fantastic to see the Reed Estate concept grow and develop, always focused on offering the senior community in greater Launceston a service that has previously been quite limited in the area,” Mr Binder said.

“As Reed Estate undergoes further stages of development it will increase its capacity – enabling more residents to be part of a growing and vibrant community. I look forward to seeing first-hand the village’s strong community culture grow and develop – a sense of belonging and togetherness that I know will be synonymous with Reed Estate for generations to come.”

Main image: Interior of Respect’s new retirement village, Reed Estate

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