News and events
There's always something happening at St Luke's Green. We'll keep this page updated with major events and items of interest, but if you’d like to be contacted directly with information about upcoming social events, please register if you haven't already!
The days are getting warmer with the arrival of Spring! Soak up some sun and read about what has been happening at our Greengate Villages.
Our Display Apartment opens on Thursday 14th July.
Come and see what all the excitement is about! We would be delighted to show you through our Display Apartment and tell you more about living at St Luke’s Green.
Open by appointment only, Monday to Friday 9.30am — 3pm. Other times by request.
Please call Cheryl or Alison on 3393 0440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your appointment.
The St Luke's Green display apartment is all set to open early July!
Once the Display Apartment opens we know the remaining apartments will quickly be reserved. If you would like to come and look at plans for the available apartments and reserve yours before the rush, call us on 3393 0440 or come and see us at the Retirement Village Expo at Broncos League Club on Sunday 19th and Monday 20th June from 10am to 3pm.
With the final apartments now selling and the display apartment opening very soon, now is the best time for you to reserve your apartment.
Another milestone has been reached at St Luke's Green with the roof now on Building 1. By the end of June, we expect that the other 3 buildings will also have their roof. Once each building has its roof, the completion of the village will be on the horizon, with the walls, windows and internal fit out happening rapidly.
Just before Christmas we kicked off some cinema advertising. St Luke’s Green is featured in a 30 second commercial that is shown before every movie screened at the Cineplex Cinemas in Balmoral (Bulimba) and Hawthorne. Please let us know if you have been to the movies and have seen our ad. We’d love to hear what you think about it!
With Summer in full swing, find out what's been happening across our Greengate Villages.
The recent good weather has meant that progress on all buildings at St Luke's Green has sped ahead. The ground floor slab for the nursing home and Building 1 of the Retirment Village has been poured and the basement slab has been poured for Building 2. The pics show the formwork in place for the next steps in construction for each building. Soon after the Christmas/New Year break, we should see the buildings start to take their final form. Please keep coming back to follow the buidling of this 'little village in a big city'.
St Luke's Green reached another milestone over the weekend with the arrival, and positioning onsite, of the overhead crane. Under a bleak and stormy sky on Saturday, the builders worked to position and anchor the crane at the front of the church, from where it will be used to build the vertical walls of the village's 4 buildings. Today, under an early morning blue sky, the crane was calibrated and set up so that construction can continue safely and efficently.
Today was another milestone for St Luke's Green with the first 'suspended' pour of concrete. This area is where the Village Green will be and the pictures show the creation of the Village Green structural slab at ground level.
At this time of the year in Brisbane, our streets and suburbs are full of magnificent Jacaranda trees in full bloom. Watching the jacarandas bloom reminds us that summer is on the way and that our relaxed Queensland lifestyle is ideal for our climate. The Jacaranda tree has a special significance for St Luke's Green. Not only do our plans include planting a mature Jacaranda tree at the front of the aged care home to blend in with the numerous trees in the neighbourhood, one of our Independent Living Apartment buildings is called 'The Jacaranda'. In this photo you can not only see the progress that continues with building the village, but you can see the many beautiful Queenslander homes that are our neighbours and the magnificent flowering jacaranda trees scattered amongst them.