BeyondHousing recently welcomed tenants to two fantastic new properties in regional Victoria that will help provide the security and affordability renters need.
In July, Beyond opened the $4.9 million Max Parkinson Place in Wangaratta, which is located on the grounds of the former Max Parkinson Lodge, an aged care facility. This thoughtfully designed development contains nine two-bedroom and four one-bedroom units, providing comfortable and modern living spaces for individuals and families. The Wangaratta development was made possible through a generous philanthropic contribution of $4.25 million from the Peter & Lyndy White Foundation, in collaboration with BeyondHousing and the Rural City of Wangaratta.
In August, BeyondHousing opened another impressive social housing development in Shepparton. Valued at $6.1 million, the project consists of 13 one-bedroom and seven two-bedroom units which meet contemporary living standards and are surrounded by landscaping and an urban design that complements the local neighbourhood.
The Shepparton project was supported by a $4.5 million contribution from The Peter & Lyndy White Foundation, while Homes Victoria’s Social Housing Growth Fund provided $945,355. BeyondHousing also invested an additional $725,000.