Upscale Community Planned in California
A luxury life plan community, or continuing care retirement community (CCRC), is being planned in San Luis Obispo, California. The community, Villaggio at San Luis Obispo, will offer 350 residential living opportunities.
Residents will be able to enjoy chef-prepared healthy meals in multiple dining venues as well as a centralized Village Plaza with an open-air design. The plaza will include multiple restaurants, a cafe, courtyard, gathering places, a spa, swimming pool, wellness and fitness center, movie theater, library, creative art studio, and biking and walking paths nearby.
Villaggio at San Luis Obispo will require a one-time 75% repayable entrance payment as well as a monthly fee for the cost of residency, services and programming within the community.
Construction is expected to start in 2019 and the project will be designed by RRM Design Group. The community will be developed by Life Care Services.
Land Bought for Senior Living Development Near Nashville
An 11-acre piece of land in Hendersonville, Tennessee will soon be the location of a senior living community offering independent living, assisted living and memory care. Clarendale at Indian Lake will cost $48.5 million to build and is slated to open in fall 2018.
Ryan Companies, Harrison Street Real Estate Capital and LCS will develop, own and manage the community.
Amenities will include restaurant-style dining, a bistro, pub with a billiards room, wellness center, salon, movie room, living rooms and a grand community room.
Construction: In progress
New CCRC To Open in Georgia
Located in Stone Mountain, Georgia, Park Springs will open new household models this summer. The households in the resort-style CCRC will offer full service health care with prices starting at $240 per day.
Each of the six households will have space for 18 residents and will allow them to make their own decisions in terms of daily routine. Each household will include a kitchen, dining room and main living room.
There will be two long-term care households, one rehabilitation/skilled nursing household, two assisted living/memory care households and one adult day household.
Park Springs is managed by Atlanta-based Isakson Living.
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Senior Living Community to Open in Cleveland in Summer 2018
Legacy Senior Living will open a new senior living community in Cleveland in summer 2018, The Chattanoogan reports. Legacy Village of Cleveland will be 58,000 square feet and include assisted living and memory care services.
There will be 39 assisted living suites and 32 memory care apartments in a separate memory care wing. Assisted living apartments will be available in large studios, one-bedroom or two-bedroom layouts. Memory care apartments will be offered in studio, companion and one-bedroom options.
Legacy Village of Cleveland will offer amenities such as a chapel, library, exercise room, nine activity rooms, a spacious lobby with fireplace and outdoor spaces.
The memory care wing will also operate on a circadian rhythm lighting system, which will adjust levels of light throughout the facility daily to help memory care residents.
Expansion Complete on Independent Living Community in Pennsylvania
Harrison House of Chester County, located in East Fallowfield, Pennsylvania, will unveil its expanded independent senior living community next week. The expansion includes 12 new one-bedroom apartments for adults 55 and older.
All units include modern kitchens, oversized windows and large bathrooms. Community areas include a library, fitness center, lounges, community dining spaces, private dining rooms, courtyard areas and a gift shop.
Move in dates are available as early as May 1.
Harrison House of Chester County is a subsidiary of Harrison Senior Living.
New Home Design in Master-Planned Community Complete
Located in San Marcos, Texas, a master-planned community for adults 55 and older called Kissing Tree has unveiled new home designs.
KTGY Architecture + Planning is behind the five distinct architectural styles of the homes. These include modern farmhouse, Texas hill country, contemporary, Santa Barbara and traditional.
The homes range in size from 1,850 square feet to 2,957 square feet and prices range from $275,000 to $500,000.
Written by Alana Stramowski