Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India] May 21 (ANI/ NewsVoir): Columbia Pacific Communities, part of the Seattle-based Columbia Pacific Group plans to expand its wings into the Indian senior housing market. Embarking on a significant expansion plan in the country, the company plans to set up its first senior living community designed to international standards and practices in Bengaluru.
After the successful acquisition of Serene Senior Care in 2017, Columbia Pacific Communities, today, serves 1600 residential homes in nine communities, which are spread across five cities in south India. The Columbia Pacific Community team, with the expertise of the principals in the United States of America and its partners in India, brings together rich experience in senior housing design, development and management. Columbia Pacific Communities is committed to providing world-class practices that exceed the expectations of all stakeholders.
"With our time tested expertise in planning and executing senior living projects across China, Canada and US, we bring strong legacy with us in India, which holds over 40 years of rich experience. We are positive that our first international community in the landscape will shape our entire presence, globally," said Dan Baty, Founder of Columbia Pacific Management and Columbia Pacific Advisors on the expansion in India.
"We have had the privilege of and successfully served our residents in the Serene Senior Care over the last two years. Announcing our first Columbia Pacific Communities' signature property gives me immense joy as we bring a new solution - product, services and medical care to cater to the growing middle class guided by our principals' expertise and the highest international standards," said Mohit Nirula, CEO, Columbia Pacific Communities speaking about the potential in India.
Columbia Pacific Communities brings with it 40 years of rich global expertise and presents an opportunity to be affordable, yet a premium senior living solution in India.
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