National Church Residences (NCR) recently announced the acquisition of Legacy Village, a 48-acre retirement community in Xenia, Ohio, for $5.1 million. Legacy Village is comprised of 36 patio-style duplex and single-family homes, as well as a 34-unit assisted living center and memory care unit located on a 253 acre campus. NCR plans to expand Legacy Village’s independent living component.
The campus dates back to 1869 and is currently home to a variety of ministries serving the local community. As part of the campus development, Legacy Village Retirement Center was developed. In January 2010, Hope Hall, a 14-room, memory-care unit, was completed in Legacy Village Assisted Living, for the care of those with advanced stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s.
“NCR is pleased to expand its outreach to the seniors of Greene and surrounding counties,” said President & CEO Thomas W. Slemmer. “The addition of Legacy Village to our nationwide housing portfolio is the perfect way to celebrate 50 years of service to our nation’s seniors. NCR’s partnership with LMI is perfect coupling of philosophies and missions to serve seniors and to provide them with those resources needed to successfully age-in-place. We look forward to expanding the level of care and service at Legacy Village.”