Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance has acquired health centre Medisch Centrum Buitenlust in Venray on behalf of the Achmea Dutch Health Care Property Fund (ADHCPF). The vendor is Fleuren Vastgoed.
The 4,391m2 building was newly constructed as a health centre in 2011 and provides primary and secondary care for residents of the Landweert neighbourhood and the centre of Venray. The GPs and the pharmacy form the heart of the primary care services and are supplemented by a physiotherapist, dentist, dental specialist, nursery, occupational therapist and a primary mental health care provider, among others. In addition, the VieCuri hospital rents part of the building which they use as a diagnostic centre, and there also is a clinic for the treatment of skin cancer.
“This acquisition is in line with ADHCPFs strategy of further expanding the volume of primary and secondary care in the portfolio,” according to fund manager Daan Tettero. “With this investment, we are further implementing our strategy to bring care closer to the patient. In addition to a broad range of primary care services for the neighbourhood, the centre also provides basic secondary care.”
The ADHCPF had an investment portfolio of 542 million euros at the end of last year, spread over 33 properties. In 2020, Syntrus Achmea, on behalf of the fund, acquired a total of 133 adaptable lifetime homes, 278 homes for residents with high care needs and over 10,000m2 in primary and supportive and/or commercial functions.