The Chief Minister, The Hon. Adam Giles MLA will officially open the Zuccoli Sales and Information Centre and Display Village today marking another milestone in providing affordable housing to Territorians.
With scenic streets and green open spaces, the Zuccoli Display Village is testament to Urbex’s vision of the first stage of the master planned community designed in partnership with the Northern Territory Government’s Land Development Corporation to provide a quality residential lifestyle.
The Chief Minister said that he was pleased to see the suburb progressing.
“Just last month we proudly opened the William Kirby-Jones Memorial Park, which features retained bush land and a wonderful all ages playground catering for disability access.
“With the completion of these display homes, we can see the true potential of the suburb which will provide a diverse range of housing options, public amenities, schools, commercial centres, park land and conservation areas only 25 minutes from the centre of Darwin,” he said.
Land directly opposite the Display Village marks the location of the future community shopping village, Zuccoli Plaza.
Rod Morris, Managing Director of the owner-developers The RR Morriss Group, who also own the Oasis Shopping Village in Palmerston, says he is equally pleased to be moving ahead with plans for the commercial centre.
“Zuccoli Plaza is perfectly positioned to connect with the Park, a plaza area will provide well designed spaces for residents and visitors to sit and enjoy the environment while our selection of tenants will provide for daily necessities,” he said.
“At this stage we can announce that the centre will include a supermarket, gym, medical centre, chemist and coffee shop, we certainly have the village feel in mind.”
Upon completion, Zuccoli Stage 1 will contain over 900 homes for more than 2,700 Territorians.
Builders of the Display Village homes include:
• Nimm Homes
• Kassiou Constructions
• Tropical Lifestyle Homes
• Hotondo Homes
• Killarney Homes
• Bendella Group
The Zuccoli Display Village will be open to the public from this Friday, 25 September.
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