Healthcare real estate firm Aedifica plans to build an €11.5m (US$13.1m) facility in Lelystad, the Netherlands.
The property will accommodate 45 residents in 32 apartments targeted at older people needing continuous care, and 13 residences for elderly people who want to live independently with care and services available on request.
The building, which will use energy-efficient systems, such as solar panels and a thermal energy storage installation, is expected to be complete in the fourth quarter of 2021.
It will be operated by Senior Living BV, a private operator in the Dutch older people’s care market, part of the Korian group, which operates 14 of Aedifica’s sites.
Last month, Aedifica completed work on a residential care home in Zwolle, the Netherlands.
The €5.5m property accommodates 24 residents requiring continuous care and will also be operated by Senior Living BV.
Aedifica has developed a portfolio of more than 450 sites in Belgium, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK, worth more than €3.3bn.