The re-opening of Arcare Nirvana Avenue marks Arcare’s third aged care residence in the Malvern East area.
Originally bought in 2005, Arcare Nirvana Avenue was closed in 2015 for refurbishments.
Mayor of Stonnington Cr Jami Klisaris will join Arcare CEO Colin Singh in officiating the opening on Friday 14th July, from 10am – 2pm.
A public open day will follow on Saturday 15th July, where locals can tour the site and speak with a financial expert about accommodation fees or get advice on planning for future aged care needs.
At the public open day, local favourite Clancy’s Bakehouse will be providing their best-sellers and there will also be coffee from Tempus Espresso.
Arcare Nirvana Avenue is unique in its boutique offering. The residence offers 30 spacious suites, each with private ensuites.
Arcare Nirvana Avenue is Arcare’s 32nd aged care residence across the country, and the third in the Malvern East area.
Arcare Nirvana Avenue will join Arcare Parkview Malvern East and Arcare Malvern East to make up nearly 200 beds in the area. Combined, the residences employ over 300 local staff and contributed a $157m investment into the city of Stonnington.
Located 11km east of Melbourne’s CBD, the $17m 5-star aged care residence offers the latest resort-style amenities including a hair salon, modern lounges, private dining room for family and friends to gather and
Arcare CEO Colin Singh says the site was specifically designed to accommodate the growing needs of people moving out of their homes and into residential care.
"Families can rest assured that their loved ones will be cared for to the highest standard thanks to our outstanding amenities as well as our Dedicated Assignments, where team members work with the same small number of clients every time they come to work."
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