The Sampension community invests in nursing homes and senior housing in Slagelse

4 July 2022

With an investment in a new nursing home and 134 senior homes in Slagelse, the Sampension community is now increasing its investments in the care and senior housing segment.

The Sampension community is now expanding its portfolio of modern housing for seniors. This is done with an investment in a future senior quarter in Slagelse, which includes a new nursing home and 134 senior housing with a total area of ​​approx. 16,000 m2.

This is the Sampension community’s third investment under the strategic cooperation agreement between the Sampension community and the Scandinavian Property Development (SPD) on the development of senior and nursing homes, which in the first phase contains activities for approx. 1 billion The first investment was in 51 senior homes in Frederikssund, while the second investment was in a nursing home in Valby.

“We generally see good investment perspectives in modern properties in the care and senior housing segment. For the supply of housing is limited, while the demand among tenants at the same time is increasing. Therefore, we have increased our focus on investments in this segment, which is reinforced by the demographic development, ”says Torbjørn Lange, Head of Real Estate and Infrastructure at the Sampension community.

The new nursing home and senior housing will be built centrally in Slagelse on Kvægtorvsvej, which is part of the urban development of the former industrial district in Slagelse, on which a new and modern residential area will be established.

The nursing home will consist of 63 nursing homes and will, among other things. also have extensive service facilities such as. large kitchen, changing rooms and training facilities. The 134 senior homes will be built around the new nursing home, and thus a completely new area for seniors will be created in Slagelse.

“The investment in the new senior quarter in Slagelse is an excellent example of how, with investments in modern senior and nursing homes, we can both give customers a reasonable return and at the same time assist the municipalities in supplementing their offers for senior citizens. That is why the new investment fits in very well with our property portfolio, ”says Torbjørn Lange.

“At SPD, we are incredibly pleased to continue the expansion of the collaboration with Sampension within the care and senior housing segment with this third trade. We see Sampension as an optimal long-term owner of the completed properties, and we can therefore focus 100 per cent on identifying and develop new projects in collaboration with municipalities and outpatient care operators, as we continue to see a growing need in the segment, ”says Niclas Thorsbrenner, partner in SPD.

The nursing home and senior housing are expected to at least achieve gold in the sustainability certification DGNB.

“Sustainability will be top notch in future homes, which we attach great importance to. As a responsible investor, we are concerned that our investments contribute to solving societal challenges and in this connection naturally also work for the benefit of the climate. That is why we have a significant and continuous focus on optimizing the sustainability of the property portfolio, which for us is also the right strategy when it comes to ensuring the best possible returns over time, ”says Torbjørn Lange.

The nursing home and senior housing in Slagelse are expected to be ready for occupancy during 2024.

The operation of the nursing home is handled by Danske Diakonhjem, which with more than 60 independent nursing homes and nursing homes is Denmark’s largest non-municipal player in the elderly area. The properties were designed by ERIK Arkitekter.

Source: ISP
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