Going up: TLC Healthcare to open Australia’s first 10-storey aged care development

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The $40 million 10-storey ‘Clifton Views’ aged care and community health hub at Clifton Hill, 4km from the Melbourne CBD, will have 123 beds plus a medical centre, pharmacy, allied health services and pathology collection centre that will be open to the public.

At the time the development was announced, CEO Lou Pascuzzi said the high-rise model of aged care was “the only commercially viable option for highly-developed areas such as Clifton Hill.”

The new facilities will cap off a busy year for the family-owned provider, which was founded in 2015 and specialises in developments that combine community healthcare services and aged care.

They are also opening a new facility in Geelong as well as starting construction on two new sites in Melbourne and overseeing the redevelopment of Homestead Estate at Wallington and Sunlight in Whittlesea.

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