Cureus and Libento are laying foundation stone for Senior Residence in Solingen with around 170 care places
- Looking back at the laying of the foundation stone ceremony on 26 April 2022
- Senior residence with 80 care places, housing community with 70 places and outpatient day-care with 18 care places in the making
- Restaurant, laundry, hairdresser, and fireplace lounge in the complex
- Completion and first use of the two building in sustainable KfW Effizienzhaus 40 standard planned during the second quarter of 2023
- Cureus – experienced specialist for care homes is building the property and keeping it in its portfolio
- Cureus properties focuses on the needs of the residents
- Libento Seniorenresidenzen is becoming the operating company
- Around 110 new, permanent jobs will be created in Solingen
Hamburg/Winsen (Aller)/Solingen, 27. April 2022. Cureus, an integrated property company specialising in care homes, which builds new properties for its own portfolio, and Libento as the future operator of the Solingen senior residence invited to the laying of the foundation stone. Many guests accepted the invitation; planners, craftsmen, neighbours and representatives from politics, administration and the community were among the audience which, apart from the actual ceremonial act with the formal sinking of the time capsule, were presented with in-depth information on the newly emerging senior residence. The culinary well-being was being looked after perfectly well.
“For this relatively large project, we are assuming approx. 170 care places, with a construction time of just about 18 months, and are therefore expecting completion in the second quarter of 2023” so Sebastian Warz, Project Manager of Cureus. “We have laid the foundation stone for this today and buried a time capsule, containing the traditional contents of the present day. Apart from the floor plans, this also includes, for instance, a daily newspaper, a few coins, photographs, as well as a facemask.”
“We would like to thank all guests for their visit and the good wishes”, says Anja Marquardt, Managing Director at Libento Seniorenresidenzen. “While our new residence for seniors is being build bit by bit, we are starting with the recruitment of staff and are also taking reservations for the care places. In the focus of our considerations is a well-functioning community of residents and staff who will be characterised by sociability and family structures, as well as by regionally networked structures."
Living and working at Libento senior residence Solingen
Interested residents and staff can contact Libento now at +49 (5143) 9810-0 or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). The complex will provide a total of about 110 new and permanent jobs in the areas of care, administration, building services, and housekeeping.
Libento Seniorenresidenzen is currently also operating a senior residence in Wuppertal.
About Libento senior residence Solingen
On the plot at Beethovenstrasse 183 in 42655 Solingen-Dültgenstal, Germany, with an area of around 9,000 square metres, two u-shaped buildings are being developed, meeting the increasing demand of care places in Solingen by providing contemporary types of housing. The Northern part of the property is earmarked for a housing community with 70 living units and outpatient day-care with 18 places. For the Southern part, another building is being planned to contain a modern senior residence for inpatient and short-term care with 80 care places. All objects are constructed in accordance with the energetically optimised Effizienzhaus 40 standard of KfW, whereby the environmentally sound heating is provided by a combined heat and power plant (CHP), which simultaneously generates electricity for the senior residence. The facade with the linear and modern design will be an eye-catching architectural feature and will blend harmoniously into the surrounding buildings with their colour scheme. The complex will remain in the portfolio of Cureus after completion.
All other details on the project can be found in the press release dated 30 September 2021.
Giving care the space it needs
Many people are aware of the shortage of nursing staff and are actively implementing appropriate measures to solve the shortage, but there is little awareness of the undersupply of nursing homes. According to a recent study by bulwiengesa (found here), up to 600,000 new care places need to be built across Germany by 2040, but construction is lagging behind. Cureus is constantly on the lookout for new plots of land to implement its proprietary system approach and accelerate the construction of modern care facilities. Property offers can be sent to email@example.com at any time.