UP AND RUNNING: Quest general manager Tony Gauci, Nowra franchisee James Blanchett, Shoalhaven Mayor Joanna Gash with Phil Willey and Scott McAlister from Quest Nowra celebrate the official opening of the four-storey facility on Thursday night.NOWRA officially celebrated the launch of its Quest apartments on Thursday night.
Mayor Joanna Gash officially opened the $8.5 million project which has had its four-storey block of 81 serviced apartments open since April.
Cr Gash said the development had economic and employment benefits for the Shoalhaven.
“Quest Nowra provides the Shoalhaven with the type of high quality serviced apartments this area has needed for some time.
“With the continual expansion of HMAS Albatross, the Aviation Technology Park, Flinders Industrial Complex and the ever expanding Cancer Care Centre – this type of accommodation has become critical for the area.”
Quest general manager Tony Gauci and Nowra franchisee James Blanchett hosted a cocktail party for the occasion.
Mr Blanchett said the feedback on the views over Nowra from people who had been on the upper floors was fantastic.
It’s the 20th Quest apartments in NSW and one of the largest investments in Nowra for many years.
It offers studio, one, two and three-bedroom serviced apartments with king sized beds, rain shower heads, kitchen and laundry facilities Smart TV, Wi-Fi, Foxtel, onsite parking, a rooftop barbecue area, gymnasium and conference room facilities.
The apartments are stocked with some of the latest technology, from Bluetooth connections in the rooms to a conference room whiteboard that can email notes and drawings.
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