A stylish apartment complex in Mandurah is part of a new era in dedicated homes for Western Australians with a disability.
The project is a collaboration between property developer NDIS Property WA, specialist disability accommodation provider Nesti Housing and supported independent living provider Diversity South and was officially opened today by the Member for Dawesville Lisa Munday.
Comprising four, 2-bed 2 bathroom apartments and two residential studios to provide onsite overnight assistance (if required), the homes are designed to promote independent living while meeting rigorous high physical support (HPS) standards.
NDIS Property WA Managing Director, John Palmer said the company was driven to create amazing homes to support people living with a disability.
“This vision is leading us to build accessible and “smart” homes like Hall Street which combine quality with accessible functionality and smart technology to cater for their specific and complex needs.”
Each of the homes has premium fixtures and assistive technology including facial recognition, environmental controls and height adjustable features giving easy access from a standing or seated position to benchtops, cupboards and cabinets. There is also provision to fully automate the home if needed.
Mr Palmer, emphasised NDIS Property WA’s unwavering commitment to creating more housing opportunities for people with a disability.
“NDIS Property WA is looking forward to creating more accessible homes in the Perth and Peel regions to help people living with disabilities have a better quality of life,” Mr Palmer said.
Nesti Housing Managing Director James Allbeury said the Hall Street apartments align with Nesti’s commitment to ensuring that individuals with disabilities have a safe, accessible, and inclusive home.
“Creating sustainable housing solutions for the Western Australian community is core to what we do at Nesti as a housing provider – this project reflects the work we do to understand the needs of our clients who wish to live more independently and how, through Specialist Disability Accommodation, we can empower them to live their best life,” Mr Allbeury said.
The apartments have fully accessible parking and are close to public transport, shopping centres, medical facilities and the stunning Mandurah foreshore.
The Mandurah homes are part of Nesti Housing’s growing residential portfolio which include home options in Carlisle and Riverton, with further developments underway in Hamilton Hill, Maddington, Dalyellup, Midvale and Australind.
“We are committed to helping Western Australians find the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) they need including choice of the type of homes that will best suit them,” Mr Allbeury said.