Cureus starts third construction phase to create 41 assisted living units in senior residence in Lüchow
- 41 modern, barrier-free assisted living units planned for completion by autumn 2023
- 114 inpatient care places and 13 assisted living units already in operation
- Designed and built to KfW 40 energy-efficiency standard
- Developed by Cureus – the experienced specialist for system care homes
- Key focus on needs of residents
- compassio – care specialist of the SCHÖNES LEBEN Group to operate new units
- Care complex creating up to 100 new and secure jobs for Lüchow
- Care places and apartments still available – allocation underway
Hamburg/Hannover/Lüchow, 28 September 2022. Cureus, an integrated property company that specialises in developing and actively managing its own care home portfolio, and compassio as the complex’s future operator have announced that they have received the building permit for the third and final construction phase of Seniorenresidenz Lüchow at Königsberger Straße 4 in 29439 Lüchow. Olaf Joop Projektbau GmbH is the general contractor for this project.
“In addition to the senior residence with 114 modern care places and 13 assisted living units that was completed and opened in early 2021, we are now expanding the ensemble with the addition of an attractive residential building with 41 barrier-free assisted living units”, explains Rainer Schmitz, project manager at Cureus. “Completion to the KfW 40 energy-efficiency standard and handover to compassio, our experienced on-site operating partner, are scheduled for the third quarter of 2023”.
Dirk Lorscheider, Managing Director of compassio is delighted: “With this final construction phase, we are now rounding off our comprehensive range of nursing and care services for seniors in Lüchow and creating modern, barrier-free assisted living units to meet the rise in demand we expect to see here over the next few years. We are committed to creating warm, welcoming and modern living environments and providing best-in-class care in a feel-good atmosphere, and we can definitely offer that here in Lüchow”.
Living and working at Seniorenresidenz Lüchow – some care places and apartments are still available
The third construction phase will create a total of around 2,500 square metres of living and communal space. The 41 modern assisted living units, eight of which are fully wheelchair-accessible, are spread over three floors and have attractive floor plans ranging from 48 to 59 square metres with two living rooms in each unit. In addition to an eat-in kitchen and a bedroom, all units also feature a bathroom, hallway, storage space and a private terrace or balcony.
Prospective residents can find out more about Seniorenresidenz Lüchow by calling 05841 9798-0 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Potential employees can also still apply. The new residence is creating up to 100 new and secure full- and part-time jobs in Lüchow. compassio is primarily looking to recruit nursing specialists and nursing assistants, although there are also open positions in the care and service areas. As Dirk Lorscheider explains: “As an attractive and reputable employer, compassio operates in a crisis-proof and growing industry. In addition to permanent employment contracts, excellent remuneration and numerous training and development opportunities, we offer our employees a fantastic package of additional benefits, including discounted shopping opportunities via our employee portal, subsidies for company pension plans, childcare costs and travel allowances. What’s more, we offer our employees in Lüchow what can only be described as optimal working conditions. The modern, new-build care complex creates an attractive working environment they can feel at home in, and state-of-the-art tools and equipment also make work processes easier”. Potential employees can apply by sending an email to email@example.com.
More about Seniorenresidenz Lüchow
More detailed information about the sections of the compassio senior residence in Lüchow that are already in operation can be found in our project press release from 15 January 2021: to the press release...