In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (2/27/14)

Construction: Planned

Developers Plan $40 Million Lake Geneva Senior Housing

Whitestone Realty Capital plans to build a $40 million, 126-unit senior housing community near a Lake Geneva resort, reports Milwaukee Business Journal.

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The development will offer 100 independent living units, 40 assisted and 20 memory care, according to an official from Whitestone cited in the report. 

Construction is expected to begin by the end of April, with an anticipated opening for July 2015. 

Des Moines, Iowa-based LCS will provide the health services for the community upon completion.

Integral Senior Living to Manage New Texas Assisted Living Community

Meridian Capital, LLC, has selected Integral Senior Living has been selected to manage a new senior living community located in San Antonio, Texas. 

The Heights at Shavano Park will be an assisted living and memory care community that will hold a groundbreaking in Spring 2014.

When completed, the community will embrace a Mediterranean design style, project developers stated in a release, and will offer “premier” senior living residences in northwest Bexas County, approximately 12 miles north of downtown San Antonio.

Integral Senior Living currently manages 46 independent, assisted living and memory care properties throughout California, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. 

The planned opening date for The Heights at Shavano Park is Summer 2015.

“The Heights at Shavano Park is being built from the ground up taking into account the changing needs of our aging population. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to manage this new community in conjunction with ISL Ventures, an affiliate of ISL, and to welcome residents to a new standard of senior living in San Antonio,” stated Collette Valentine, CEO/COO for Integral Senior Living, in a release.

Long-Stalled Sunrise Senior Living Project to Resume in Ohio

After five years of stalled development, a Sunrise Senior Living project in Dublin, Ohio, is scheduled to resume construction in the coming months, reports Columbus Business First

Both Sunrise and the City of Dublin have settled “all outstanding procedural and substantive issues” to allow the assisted living project to get underway again, the article notes. 

Project plans call for the project to resume work in May with completion expected for Summer 2015.

Construction: In process

Starling Senior Living and Choate Construction Begin 92-Unit Florida Project

Starling Senior Living LLC and Choate Construction recently broke ground on a 92-unit assisted living and memory care facility in Riverview, Florida. 

The Crossings at Riverview is a 76,000-square-foot community designed by PQH Group, a Jacksonville-based architecture firm. 

Project plans call for 62 assisted living and 40 memory care beds. The community will also feature resort-style amenities such as a full-service spa, fitness room, theater, activity and game rooms, central kitchen and dining, as well as an indoor/outdoor light fare café.

The building will maximize resident views of the Alafia River and will contain multiple courtyards and porches. 

Ohio-based Saber Healthcare Group will manage The Crossings at Riverview upon completion. Saber currently manages 73 senior living and skilled nursing communities.

Development completion is expected for December 2014.

Oakmont Senior Living Building Luxury Calif. Assisted Living

California-based developer Oakmont Senior Living recently broke ground on a 75,000-square-foot luxury assisted living and memory care community in Upland, CA. 

The two-story Oakmont of San Antonio Heights will host 56 assisted living and 24 memory care apartments. Floor plans include studio as well as one and two bedroom options.

The community will feature amenities such as gourmet dining, library, movie theater, fitness center, activity rooms for various social events, salon and day spa, resident flower and vegetable garden, walking paths and a pet park.

In addition to assisted living services, the community will also cater to a variety of needs for its residents living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, including early memory loss. 

The San Antonio Heights property is the sixth Oakmont Senior Living community in Southern California. 

The community has a scheduled completion date anticipated for Summer 2014.

Construction: Completed

The Douglas Company Completes First Massachusetts Assisted Living Community

Holland, Ohio-based general contractor The Douglas Company last week finished construction on its first senior living project in Massachusetts. 

All American Assisted Living is a 48,000-square-foot assisted living and memory care community located in Hanson, Mass. 

The contract value of the community exceeds $6.9 million, according to a release from The Douglas Company. 

The facility offers 48 semi-private resident rooms and features an array of amenities, including a salon, bistro, arts and crafts room, country kitchen, library, parlor and media room. 

Other features include the installation of a Sonos System—a wireless music system— in the media room and the 100% utilization of LED lighting throughout the facility.

The Hanson-based All American Assisted Living community is a prototype for four other facilities set to be built in the Greater Boston area, noted The Douglas Company. Construction on the next project is slated for Spring 2014.

The community is owned by SHI – II Hanson LLC and architecture and design was provided by Steve Humphreys, EGA Archtects.

Fresno, Calif. CCRC Welcomes First Resident to Independent Living Building 

The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Fresno, California, welcomed its first resident to a new 86-unit independent living building on campus. 

The community is sponsored by American Baptist Homes of the West, and the independent living addition is part of a $120 million repositioning project, according to Greystone Communities, which serves as development consultant for the project.

Written by Jason Oliva

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