Expansion plans for Cape's premier retirement estate
Pippa Hudson and her team hosted a live broadcast from Evergreen Lifestyle Village Muizenberg to mark Older Persons Week and talk all things retirement planning.
Evergreen Lifestyle Villages is a leading retirement brand in South Africa and one of the Cape's premier retirement estates.
It has four retirement villages in the Western Cape, one in Gauteng and more development in the pipelines.
Evergreen CEO Arthur Case says the villages across the Cape will be expanded to add an extra 350 units to the existing 500.
The company started in 2008 and will see more development following a recent R675 million investment from PSG Alpha Investments.
Our passion is the retirement industry.Arthur Case, CEO of Evergreen Lifestyle Villages
The PSG Group have purchased a 50% stake in Evergreen. It's a significant cash injection that will enable us to grow a whole lot quicker.Arthur Case, CEO of Evergreen Lifestyle Villages
We're very excited about future prospects.Arthur Case, CEO of Evergreen Lifestyle Villages
One of the important things in retirement villages is scale. You want to have enough units.Arthur Case, CEO of Evergreen Lifestyle Villages
Every village has its own personality.Arthur Case, CEO of Evergreen Lifestyle Villages
He explained what is on offer at Evergreen and what sets the brand apart.
Visit the Evergreen Lifestyle website to learn more.
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