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CEFC invests in Canberra aged care

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GOVERNMENT-owned Clean Energy Finance Corporation is putting $60 million towards a Canberra seniors’ living project that marks its first investment in the retirement living and aged care sectors.

The LDK Greenway Seniors’ Living Village will transform a disused Tuggeranong office park into a village home to as many as 450 people.

LDK Healthcare, a joint venture between Cromwell Property Group and senior living operator Aspire Group, will own and operate the village.

The CEFC’s existing $470 million residential portfolio includes student, community and build-to-rent housing.

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