A contemporary assisted living complex for elderly people with (future) care requirements is emerging on the 6-hectare site of the former Sint Antonius Mission on the edge of Kaatsheuvel village. The complex will feature 150 new individual apartments. Of the existing nursing home, only the chapel, which dates from 1935, will be retained. The chapel has already been renovated and designed to function as a central meeting hub. The apartments will be built in stages. The first stage of 89 newbuild apartments will be completed in the middle of 2020.
Park Vossenberg will be a new village centre. The scale, division of the land and materialisation of the newbuild will match the adjoining ribbon development and the historic character of the village. Valuable landscape elements such as the chapel, a historic cemetery and a prayer walk will be integrated into the spatial plan. The apartments will be characterised by varied, careful materialisation and unique elements such as a personal glass case next to the front door. The building will also feature a number of meeting spaces, hotel rooms, a physiotherapy area including a sensory therapy bathroom and offices.