Aged Care

Aged care and retirement market news, insights and trends.

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Why ‘alternative’ investments are dominating market
The rapid expansion of health and aged care, student accommodation and data centres saw alternative assets show the fastest growth for JLL in Australia with revenue increasing 70% for the nine months to September compared with 2017.
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Aveo could cash in $75m former Marist Brothers farm
Aveo, bruised retirement village operator, could be poised to cash in a painful Gold Coast asset as it prepares to lift its operations, literally, in the tourism capital.
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Iconic Brisbane tennis centre destined for retirement living
Plans for an iconic Brisbane tennis centre, where champions such as Geoff Masters and Wendy Turnbull trained, have been unveiled.
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Catholic church, Stockland plan 29-storey Epping retirement village
Diversified property heavyweight Stockland has struck up an alliance with the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay that will see the pair build an unconventional high-rise tower combining retirement and aged care facilities in the northern Sydney suburb of Epping.
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Retirement village features waterfront bar and snooker lounge
Sisters Marilyn Blight and Lee Jones are looking forward to dining by the waterfront, booking a relaxing massage and taking walks around beautifully landscaped gardens.
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Historic Camberwell Manor a grand opportunity
A luxurious nursing home in Melbourne’s leafy east has hit the market for the first time in two decades.
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Alternative assets to catch eye of institutional investors
lternative real estate investments such as aged-care facilities and data centres are set to benefit from a wave of institutional capital in coming years, according to JLL research.
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Pets, cinemas, beauty salon among aged care features
Pets, space for the visiting grandchildren to stay, a cinema, beauty salon and in-house medical staff are all part of a $115 million Brisbane seniors project transforming aged care.
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$1.1bn Brisbane biomedical redevelopment revealed
Linking old with new, the $1.1 billion Herston Quarter, central Brisbane, is set to be one of the city’s largest and most complex biomedical precincts.
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