Frederikssund Senior housing
- Frederikssund, Denmark
- Senior housing
- 2525 m2
- DGNB Gold
In the Nordic region, there is an increasing market demand for aged care facilities spurred by a rapidly ageing population. Aged Care Fund IV presents an attractive opportunity to capitalize on this long-term structural demand-supply imbalance for aged care facilities.
The fund is directed at institutional investors and other professional investors only.
Aged Care Fund IV invests in aged care homes and similar residential care assets in Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark. The focus of the fund is long-term stable rental cashflow and it is not involved in the operational provision of care.
Aged Care IV
Luxembourg SCSp SICAV-RAIF
Closed for new subscriptions
Aged Care properties in the Nordics
2020 (first closing)/2022 (final closing)
8 years from final close
plus 2 x 1-year extensions
3 years from final close
Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark
Max. 75% in each country
Min. 70% care assets
Investments by country
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The value proposition of Aged Care Fund IV is a potential for long-term capital growth and a commitment to help solve a societal challenge by providing good quality living conditions for the seniors. As such, ESG is embedded in the investment objectives of the fund.
Environmental responsibility and ESG measures are also a key part of the investment selection process. In the investment period. Aged Care Fund IV is expected to build a large portfolio of modern aged care facilities that will be in a good position to meet ever increasing sustainability requirements of the future.
For more information about the fund's sustainability performance, please contact the fund management.
Attendo Frederikssund is an elderly care home in Frederikssund, Denmark, offering residential care for 72 persons. The care home was acquired by Aged Care Fund IV in 2020. The care home is DGNB Gold certified.
Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector ("SFDR").
Aged Care Fund IV is managed by a team with extensive experience from Nordic healthcare real
estate investments. The investment team is based in Stockholm, Helsinki, and Copenhagen.