Thirdi and iNSiTU team up for SDA housing

PROPERTY developer Third.i is partnering with specialist disability accommodation provider iNSiTU Housing to deliver greater access to accessible homes for NDIS participants.

The partnership will see more Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) residences for NDIS participants across the east coast of Australia, with a focus on delivering innovative housing solutions for homes with tailed facilities.

The new project will include 10 purpose built SDA apartments that are NDIS compliant, with management by a subdivision of Third.i, Thirdicare.

“At iNSiTU Housing, we believe we have the opportunity and responsibility to enable people with disabilities the right to equality within our communities and that includes the availability of suitable accommodation,” said Ashleigh Button, general manager at iNSiTU Housing.

Since its inception in 2021, the partnership between iNSiTU Housing and Third.i have seen more than 150 accessible properties delivered.

This includes apartments at one of Third.i’s debut cornerstone Newcastle projects, Eaton on Union.

Located in the centre of Third.i’s emerging precinct in Newcastle, Eaton on Union comprises two residential towers offering a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with open-plan designs, spacious outdoor areas and access to an exclusive rooftop residents-only garden.

“We help thousands of people access the perfect homes for their needs and it’s incredible seeing cases like Ms Morrissey’s and the way we’ve been able to play a part in changing her life, it’s in incredible feeling and I couldn’t be happier to work with Third.i to deliver change in our communities,” added Button.

Third.i is looking to expand its partnership with iNSiTU Housing, creating one of the country’s largest networks of SDA housing across the eastern seaboard, including SDA apartments offerings across all of Third.i’s Newcastle offerings.

Third.i recently reported  nearly $90 million in sales across the Newcastle region in a three month period, as the developer launched its freshly approved Dairy Farmers Towers, in the West End and its retirement living offering, The Merewether Residences.

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