No longer just ‘The Best in The West,’ Sana Living’s intention to expand nationally is now a reality, and team members at Sana are delighted to now be providing Disability Accommodation in Brisbane and the greater Queensland area.

Sana Living’s CEO, Michael Keenan revealed,

“The SDA market is under-served in Queensland and we will be offering a diverse range of living options that caters for all requirements. The potential national footprint also includes Tasmania, South Australia and Victoria. “

Sana Living’s Brisbane based Development Manager John Warlow is keen to develop the high standard of Disability Homes in Queensland that people have come to expect from our Perth listings.

He said, “We are selecting high quality home sites based on convenient location to transport and local amenity with key criteria being access to quality shopping centres, medical and health care as well as public parks and walk-ways.”

If you ask exactly what about a Sana Living property makes it ‘high standard…?’ The short answer is ‘they provide more, and they provide better.’

“We want to be the highest quality provider so that people know if it is one of our homes  – it is the best possible home that it can be,” Keenan said.

John further explained, “Our housing inclusions are well in excess of the SDA High Physical Support (Platinum) Standards, and we aim to include extras such as auto open doors and blinds, cutting edge smart home technology, private courtyards from each bedroom, raised garden beds and full pathway access around the house perimeter.”

With their first set of Queensland SDA apartments to be built in Dutton Park, they are certainly delivering on their intent.

Nestled on the edge of Brisbane’s CBD in the enviable location of the historical Boggo Rd Urban Village,  Sana Living’s disability apartments combine convenience and luxury within a thriving community.

Just 3km from the Brisbane CBD, 2km from Southbank and less than 1km from Princess Alexandra Hospital; the disability apartments are designed for individual participants, providing opportunities to connect with community in all directions, while still providing ultimate privacy in disability accommodation.

Only 50m from public transport and surrounded by parks, gardens and cafes, these apartments allow the ultimate in style, independence, and low maintenance living.

Jean Tiller the Tenancy Manger for Sana Living in Queensland has been working in the disability sector and disability housing space for several years and is already assisting those who are eligible, move into this fantastic development.

Working closely with support providers, she is certain that alongside the NDIS, Sana Living are opening up more choice and control for individuals with disability to have their say on where they wish to live, what they want to live in, and who they want to live with.

Excited to be part of the team with one of Australia’s premium providers of SDA, Jean said, “With a strong pipeline of quality housing builds in WA, Sana Living now brings to the Queensland market quality apartments, villas, duplexes and share homes that have been purposefully designed with both accessibility and liveability in mind.”

She added, “To ensure a streamlined journey, our Tenancy Managers are with you for the entire journey, from your very first contact through to selecting your chosen support provider, and popping the bottle of bubbles when you have moved into your new home!”

To learn more about disability housing in Brisbane and Queensland, or to find out if you could be eligible, click here