Concordia Lutheran Ministries announced the acquisition of two senior housing facilities from Sunrise Senior Living for an undisclosed sum on Wednesday.
Located in Pennsylvania, Sunrise of Cranberry and Sunrise of Fox Chapel were approved by Concordia’s Board of Directors to further enhance opportunities for Concordia’s mission and future.
The Cranberry location is a licensed personal care home and consists of 60 units with 84 beds and Fox Chapel is a memory care senior living community and has 46 units with 58 beds designed to care for those with memory disorders.
“We are looking forward to the opportunity to serve more and to serve better. Both facilities are in remarkable condition and will support our growing continuum of care,” said Concordia President and CEO Keith Frndak. “We believe these facilities are great additions to the Concordia Lutheran Ministries family and will easily be supported by Concordia’s other services.”
With the new locations, Concordia said it will have a total of 622 personal care beds and 70 memory support units.