The Danza Group Plans $30 Million Hospital-to-Senior Living Conversion
The Danza Group is seeking permission to have an independent living and assisted living community built on the site of the former Newcomb Hospital in Vineland, New Jersey, reports the Press of Atlantic City.
The developer spent $5 million to buy the property a few years ago in the hopes of attracting a medical school to the site. However, those plans have not moved forward, and the Danza Group is instead pursuing a $30 million senior living development project.
Newcomb Hospital closed in August 2004 and the bulk of the facility is vacant, although Inspira Health Network and CompleteCare Health Network are both using parts of the building.
Under a proposed project that was approved in December 2013, according to the Press of Atlantic City, the senior living development would include 69 units of assisted living in a 46,000-square-foot building and 62 units of independent living in a 60,000 square foot building.
Evidence Development Plans $15 Million Minn. Senior Living Project
Evidence Development Companies is planning to build a 90-unit, $15 million senior living community in Howard, Wisconsin that will be managed by New Perspective Senior Living upon completion, reports the Green Bay Press Gazette.
Lighthouse of Howard will provide independent living, assisted living, and memory care in a 120,000-square-foot development. Community amenities will include restaurant-style dining, a salon, library, computer room, fitness area, therapy pool, pub, bistro, community rooms, and outdoor patios.
Construction: In the Process
Robycross Begins Construction on S.C. CCRC Addition
Robycross has begun construction at The Methodist Oaks, a continuing care retirement community, on an addition of a new adult day care center adding to the range of services currently offered.
The new adult day care center located at in the Robert and Francis Dell Jennings Center will be called Caring ARMS (Alzheimer’s/Respite/Memory Support) and will begin accepting new participants in February 2014.
The new center will encompass 3,000 square feet and offer amenities such as planned interactive social activities, a hot meal and snacks, exercise, arts and crafts, Pet Therapy, and Music Therapy. Caring ARMS will also provide additional services a la carte including transportation, occupational, physical, and speech therapy, and assistance with daily living care. Clients will also be able to access the on-site beauty parlor.
LandSouth Construction Starts $13.7 Million Fla. Senior Living Campus
LandSouth Construction, a Jacksonville, Fla.-based general contractor specializing in multifamily developments, announced recently that it has begun construction on American House in Bonita Springs, Fla.
American House is a three phase senior living campus located on 25 acres in Bonita Springs. It will include independent and assisted living with full kitchens as well as a 50-unit memory care building. The project consists of phases: 60 one-bedroom, 25 studio, and five two-bedroom units in Phase 1, and 40 one-bedroom memory care residences in the second phase.
The site is located adjacent to the Imperial River in Old Bonita Springs. Amenities include full restaurant service, resident activity rooms, aerobic swimming pool, lake walking path, fountains, gardens and exterior patios and verandas.
AH Bonita Springs LLC is the developer and Progressive Associates is the architect of phase one and two of the $13,684,377 project that is due for completion in May, 2015. LandSouth is currently building multifamily communities in Raleigh, N.C., Jacksonville, Oviedo and Delray Beach, Fla. and just completed Integra Hills in Chattanooga. Tenn.
LCB Senior Living Breaks Ground on Conn. ALF
LCB Senior Living, LLC recently broke ground on its latest assisted living community in Avon, Conn. The site for the community is a former dairy farm and is located across from the Riverdale Farms Shopping Center, reports the local Patch.com.
Upon completion, the Residence at Brookside will have 74 apartment units spanning independent living, assisted living, and memory care. The project will cost approximately $13 million to develop.
All American Assisted Living Opens First Community in Mass.
All American Assisted Living, an affiliate of Kaplan Development Group, LLC, will hold the grand opening of its first community next week, in Hanson, Mass. All American Assisted Living is Hanson’s first assisted living community that offers diverse amenities found at larger facilities that are delivered with care and attention at an affordable cost. Kaplan Development developed and built All American Assisted Living as a “visionary new model” of senior living based on customer’s feedback and demand for premium services at a competitive cost.
All American Assisted Living is a brand new two-story construction, featuring 48 two-bedroom apartments and the Rose Lane Memory Care, a secured wing with eight two-bedroom apartments dedicated to residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of cognitive impairments.
All American Assisted Living encourages communal living as opposed to individual units, maximizing sociability for residents, while minimizing the building’s footprint and operational costs. Shared living spaces have been proven to promote physical and mental wellbeing among senior residents, who are often susceptible to feelings of isolation and loneliness, which over time, can lead to depression. All apartments are designed as comfortable two-bedroom units with shared living area, kitchenette, and bathroom.
Wellness and support services at All American Assisted Living include 24/7 certified personal care staff, an onsite registered nurse, weekly linen service and housekeeping, and a medication management program that ensures residents take their medications in the prescribed manner. Optional services include guest meals, room service, personal laundry, and onsite dental and healthcare services – including podiatry and physical, occupational, and speech therapies.
The new building offers 24-hour security, state-of-the-art emergency response system, the building offers a parlor and library for quiet socializing and private contemplation. Additional common space includes dining room, bistro, media room, computer center, and an arts and crafts room. There are public lounges on both floors.
Mainstreet’s Clearvista Senior Care Campus Opens in Indianapolis
A new senior care campus recently opened in Indianapolis, Ind. The 65,632 square-foot center offers 30 service-rich assisted living apartments and 70 private and companion suites for those in need of top-of-the-line rehabilitative care, assisted living or long-term care.
The community’s design and hotel-like environment will be comfortable and engaging with concierge-style delivery of services and intergenerational activities for the whole family including four different dining venues, a movie theater, fitness center, fire pit, walking trails, on-site hair salon and more.
Clearvista is a joint venture of Mainstreet and Trilogy Health Services. Trilogy, which will manage the community, operates multiple senior health communities throughout Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.