Perennial launches branded eldercare and medical care integrated development in Tianjin

Perennial Holdings unveiled its numerous eldercare, clinical and hospitality brands within Perennial International Health and Business City Tianjin. It is the company’s very first healthcare-centric, express railway (HSR) transit-oriented project incorporating eldercare, clinical and hospitality components.

Spanning 3.5 million sq ft and created at an overall assets price of $1 billion, Perennial Tianjin remains in Xiqing District and adjacent to the Tianjin South HSR station, which offers the neighborhoods in the Jing-Jin-Ji megalopolis incorporating Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei in North China.

Perennial Holdings has a 49:51 united project with Minyoun Hospitality to run hotels inside developments it owns and operate. Minyoun Hospitality is an established resort provider and manager in China. The joint project associates will operate 4 resorts with 960 areas across several labels. Other features include over 32,000 sq ft of gathering, incentive, seminar and event rooms and four spot restaurant options.

The medical part of Perennial Tianjin has Perennial-branded and co-branded health centers with 1,000 beds. The medical facilities consist of the 500-bed general infirmary with a co-medical space concept, where medical professionals and health care groups give speciality services while enjoying the convenience of shared ancillary solutions, such as operating theatres, diagnostic imaging equipment and research laboratory. There is likewise a 200-bed rehabilitation health center.

The labels consist of Perennial-branded eldercare facilities and Perennial-branded and co-branded medical properties. Simultaneously, Perennial Holdings officially released its eldercare component, Perennial Eldercare Community, and its rehabilitation centre.

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Inside the Perennial Eldercare Community are three Perennial-branded eldercare establishments with over 1,800 beds to provide for elders with different care needs. The facilities consist of a 286-bed eldercare home for strong seniors, a 1,227-bed center for seniors with aided everyday living necessities, and a 299-bed center for seniors with high assistance necessities.

Facilities consist of the 300-bed Eber Perennial Brain Health Center, a 40-60 shared venture in between Perennial Holdings and Eber Shanghai, one of China’s main head specialist medical teams.

“The renowned project will enable us to make use of China’s excellent HSR transportation network to not only serve the business and holiday tourists within Jing-Jin-Ji, but also create health tourism for Tianjin,” claims Pua Seck Guan, executive chairman and chief executive officer of Perennial Holdings.

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