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23.07.2020

Announcing Centuria Healthcare

Today, Centuria Healthcare has launched as the new brand for all healthcare real estate owned by the previously known Centuria Heathley brand. In 2019, Centuria Capital secured a 63% interest in Heathley Limited, joining the companies together. The rebrand marks a significant milestone in the business’ evolution. Centuria Healthcare has grown its portfolio to 50 assets under management,
13.07.2020

Centuria Healthcare opens first Dementia Care Residence

In June, Centuria’s healthcare and development teams delivered a dementia care residence in Wahroonga, run by the trusted Group Homes Australia. This innovative five-bedroom, sprawling house redefines the concept of aged living. Residents are living independently in a typical suburban setting, with an onsite ‘home-maker’ who’s able to assist with any needs. This real estate product enables seniors to live with dignity while keeping up lifestyle activities such as gardening,
16.06.2020

The Cinderella of Real Estate Investments

Almost 50 years ago the investment sector witnessed the floating of Australia’s first real estate investment trust (REIT), shining a spotlight on commercial property’s ability to generate returns for individuals as well as institutions. While office and industrial assets continue to hold the limelight, emerging from the shadows is the overlooked, soon-to-be belle of the ball – healthcare property.
22.05.2020

Why invest in Healthcare?

In May 2019, Centuria announced the acquisition of a 63% economic interest in Heathley Limited and its property funds management platform, Heathley Asset Management Limited. Heathley Limited was subsequently renamed to Centuria Healthcare. The transaction introduces a new asset class to Centuria’s expanding real estate platform and fully aligns it to the healthcare property sector though a preferred and specialised property funds manager.
13.12.2019

Why invest in the Healthcare Property Sector?

In May 2019, Centuria announced the acquisition of a 63.06% economic interest in Heathley Limited and its property funds management platform, Heathley Asset Management Limited.  Heathley Limited was subsequently renamed to Centuria Heathley Limited. The transaction introduces a new asset class to Centuria’s expanding real estate platform and fully aligns it to the healthcare property sector though a preferred and specialised property funds manager.
23.05.2019

Centuria announce the formation of Centuria Heathley Limited

A Specialist Healthcare Funds Management Vehicle Centuria has entered the strongly performing healthcare real estate sector with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Centuria Platform Investments Pty Ltd, acquiring a 63.06% economic interest in Heathley Limited’s (Heathley) property funds management platform for $24.4 million. The transaction has been funded from Centuria Capital Group’s balance sheet.  On completion of the transaction,
01.06.2018

Clean energy partnership expands Heathley’s corporate social responsibility platform

Heathley has partnered with renewable energy operator Solar Bay to deploy solar energy across its healthcare property portfolio. Conscious of the responsibility of property owners to improve their green footprint, along with the effect of rising electricity prices for its clients, Heathley has: Partnered with Solar Bay Solar Bay is a disruptor in the energy industry that invests in a range of technologies that transform the way businesses consume electricity.
19.03.2018

Hall and Prior and Heathley launch property partnership with acquisition of Tuohy Nursing Home

Heathley Aged Care Property Fund No. 1 (HACPF1) has recently acquired the 49-bed Tuohy Nursing Home in Midland, Perth and six surrounding properties. Heathley has partnered with Hall and Prior to collectively fund the redevelopment of the property into a new ~120-bed residential aged care facility. In an asset class that is difficult to penetrate, the Tuohy acquisition is beneficial to investors for a number of reasons,
01.12.2017

Heathley Direct Medical Fund No. 2 acquires Yarrabilba Health Hub

We are excited to announce that the Yarrabilba Health Hub development has been acquired by the Heathley Direct Medical Fund No. 2, a new medical property which has all the right attributes….read more The acquisition of the Yarrabilba Health Hub: Aligns with Heathley’s goal to invest into integrated healthcare properties (i.e. service offerings across the healthcare spectrum);
19.10.2017

Heathley Direct Medical Fund No. 2 grows with three acquisitions

Heathley Direct Medical Fund No. 2 has recently secured three additional medical assets with varying yet complementary attributes that will significantly strengthen the fund metrics and quality of assets…. read more The assets are: 18 Prowse Street, West Perth WA – A fund-through refurbishment of an existing commercial building into a day hospital for one of Australia’s leading day hospital operators;