The Senivita Group plans to sell apartments in the Elvivion house in Emmering and the day care there. The community would like to take over the day care facilities. However, this should then be smaller.
Emmering - In the Elvivion house in the heart of the community, senior citizens can buy one to two-room apartments and live there independently. In addition, they have around-the-clock care and a connected day care. And this is exactly what the parent company SeniVita wants to sell. There have been plans for the sale for a long time, but the corona pandemic has thwarted the company's plans so far.
"Senivita is a conglomerate," says spokesman Frank Elsner. About one half of the company belongs to the construction company Züblin, and the other half belongs to the care group of Dr. Wiesent. “One part builds the houses, the other operates them and brings along the care competence. You can imagine it that way, ”says Elsner.
The main goal of the group of companies is to sell the apartments to senior citizens and then look after them. The company describes this concept as Care 5.0. The house in Emmering is too big, not fully occupied and therefore not profitable, explains Elser. Therefore, in addition to the apartments, the day care should also be sold.
The interest on the part of the community to take over the day care of Senivita is there, as Vice-Mayor Fritz Cording (FW) explains. He represents town hall chief Stefan Floerecke during his vacation. So far, however, Corona has been in the way. “The owners' association was only able to meet at the end of July and discuss the purchase,” says Cording. It was unanimously decided that the municipality would agree to a purchase. However, the currently unused day care rooms are to be used for senior citizens' purposes. For example, doctors could settle there.
“There is already money in the household for the purchase,” explains Cording. And the specifications of the owners would largely coincide with those of the community. The day care should continue to exist, but not to the same extent as it is now. But it is also not being used to capacity. “We then also have to look for a new carrier,” says Cording. The administration will now check the minutes from the owners' meeting. The purchase will then be discussed in one of the upcoming municipal council meetings, said Cording.