Panta Rhei Real Estate develops superior quality, sustainable real estate in the field of care residences. We have the necessary in-house expertise, resources and knowhow to successfully, diligently and dynamically develop new residential care locations. Care providers can trust us with their real estate issues and thus concentrate fully on their core business as we develop their next turnkey care location. Within our developments we aim to:
- Increase the quality of life of users/dependants;
- Present a complete design that combines comfortable, user-friendly living spaces with attractive architecture;
- Create energy-controlled and sustainable living accommodations that are easy to maintain;
- Produce flexible-use real estate that lasts a lifetime.
“We break with convention by doing things differently. We focus firstly on human well-being and from this basis implement as discreetly as possible the technical care and end product as required. The user is our sole concern and not a means to an end. In every aspect of our work, we believe in avoiding the classic, heavily institutionalised, one-size-fits-all way of thinking in real estate.
Our vision is based on the three Ps: People, Planet and Profit. We strive to engage in sustainable and socially responsible entrepreneurship.”
Panta Rhei Real Estate was set up in 2016 by Hans Bos and Idsard van den Berg and is fully specialised in realising sustainable real estate in the residential care sector. In 2008 Hans Bos established the private care company DS Verzorgd Wonen (DS Care Living). Between 2008 and 2016, this successful private-care provider organisation quickly grew from one to six residences. DS Group was responsible for the success of all of these locations. In 2015 Domus Magnus, which is in the same line of business (with Navitas Capital as its major shareholder), proposed taking over all existing and potential care residences from DS Verzorgd Wonen. This resulted in a successful merger of both care organisations into one larger private residential-care enterprise, which since 2016 has continued under the flag of Domus Magnus. From 2004 to 2016, many monumental, sustainable projects were successfully completed in cooperation with, amongst others, Triodos Bank and Rabobank. In 2011 the residential care project “Zorgresidentie Koetshuys Erica” was nominated for an honourable mention for the annual Hilversum architecture prize. All projects to date are now in the hands of larger investment funds such as Annexum, Bouwinvest and publicly traded Aedifica.
Residential Care Home Molenenk is situated at Laan van Borgele 7 in Deventer. Villa Molenenk was built in 1912 by the owner of the D. Muller cigar factory, but owes its present form to the rebuilding in the year 1932 by M. Van Harte following the wishes of the widow Ankersmit-Bessen. The existing building is centrally located on the property.
To meet the growing demand for high-quality residential care accommodation, the existing building of the Residential Care Home Slingerbosch is being expanded. There is enough space to expand without affecting the surrounding woodland. The new building has been designed according to the old style and have the same purpose as the existing building.
Residential Care Home Walgaerde is a free-standing country house and is a local council monument situated in the upmarket district of Trompenberg in Hilversum. The existing villa will be completely rebuilt in 2016 and adapted to the needs of 15 residents who wish to spend their later years in comfortable surroundings. Walgaerde was designed by J.W. Hanrath and built in 1909.
Residential Care Home Holland is situated on Javalaan, in the heart of Baarn, on the edge of the Peking Garden. Baarn lies in a beautiful, wooded area with a royal touch. Paleis Soestdijk was the residence of Queen Juliana from 1948 till 1980 and close by is Castle Drakestein where Queen Beatrix lived for a time. The train station at Baarn still has a royal waiting room.
Residential Care Home Hildebrand is situated at the end of the well-known Haarlemse Dreef, close to the equally well-known recreation park Dreefzicht and the provincial county hall. The substantial villa stands in the middle of Haarlemmerhout park and is centrally located in Haarlem.
Residential Care Home Koetshuys Erica (“Erica”) is a magnificent free-standing villa situated at Albertus Perkstraat 14-16 in Hilversum. The shopping area of Hilversum is only 250 metres away. The complex was completely re-developed in 2009 to meet the needs of 19 residents.
Built at the end of the 1900s, Slingerbosch is an English-style country house that is full of character. Slingerbosch houses 16 elderly people who, despite their increasing need for care, wish to live out their days in a comfortable home-style environment. The house’s garden covers more than one hectare.
Residential Care Home Benvenuta is located in a National Heritage building in the upmarket district of Trompenberg in Hilversum. The villa was completely rebuilt and renovated in 2009 for the use of 10 residents who wished to spend the last phase of their lives in comfort and style.