New “main street” for Bentley
Bentley has a new “main street” on Adie Court.
The street runs through the centre of WA’s largest retirement and aged care community, SwanCare Bentley Park, which neighbours Curtin University.
The newly opened grocery store and hairdresser/beauty salon complements the existing café and piazza space to create a bustling new centre for the area.
“We chose to redevelop Adie Court as a priory due its naturally high volume of foot traffic - quite a few Curtin University students walk along it and many of our residents catch the bus to Perth from there, or eat at Sophia’s Café,” Graham Francis, SwanCare CEO, said. “The addition of the grocery store and hairdressers makes Adie Court a real hub for our residents and the wider community alike.”
The opening is part of an $80 million development masterplan for SwanCare’s Bentley Park site, which includes a new 124-room residential care facility as well as a leisure precinct featuring a heated swimming pool, fitness centre and garden pavilion spaces.