The completion of Ingenia’s Latitude One Clubhouse was celebrated on Saturday 1 February with residents, guests and dignitaries attending the official opening ceremony at the over 55’s community in Port Stephens, New South Wales.
Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer joined MARS Building Director Michael Boyd and Ingenia CEO Simon Owen in cutting the ribbon to officially open the clubhouse to residents.
This was followed by an Open day where residents and guests enjoyed live music, a free lunch and a first look at the clubhouse which features a sports lounge, a large indoor heated pool, spa, sauna and outdoor pool, a boutique cinema and bowling green.
Ingenia CEO Simon Owen said “we pride ourselves on creating vibrant and engaged communities, and the new facilities embody the growing sense of community that exists within Latitude One".
“Our residents have been keenly watching the clubhouse come together and are all eager to make the most of the new facilities, especially the outdoor pool and bowling green,” he added.
MARS Building who constructed the clubhouse are local builders operating throughout Newcastle and The Hunter, Sydney, Mid North Coast and Central West and company director Michael Boyd said it was great to see Ingenia investing in local businesses to provide high- end resort facilities for the Latitude One community.
Photo: Mayor Ryan Palmer and first residents Janette and Kenneth Scott