In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (5/14/15)

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Construction: Planned

Developers Plan Luxury Senior Living Complex for Hilton Head Island

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Bayshore Retirement Partners plans to build a five-stroy, luxury senior living community on South Carolina’s Hilton Head Island, reports The Island Packet.

The building will include 126 one- and two-bedroom units, a library, dining facilities, a pool, a full-service bar and lounge, a fitness room and a theater, among other amenities.

In redeveloping the site at Salty Fare Landing, Bayshore plans to refurbish the dock on the property and add swing trellises, a garden, a seating terrace, a putting green and a fire pit along the waterfront.

The project has received support from the Hilton Head Design Review Board, the approval paving the way for Bayshore to complete its purchase of the property.

Locally-based architecture firm Woods+Partners Inc. is working with Bayshore on the project. Construction is expected to begin in October.

Heritage Communities Plans $20 Million Project in Arizona

Nebraska-based Heritage Communities is teaming up with Phoenix-based Telis Commercial Real Estate to build a $20 million senior living community in Glendale, Ariz., reports Phoenix Business Journal.

The 100-unit Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead community will be built on land purchased on 67th Avenue, north of Bell Road in Glendale.

Construction on the project is expected to begin within the next 30-45 days, with Reece Angel Row of Phoenix serving as architect and Mountain West Contracting LLC of Phoenix as the builder, said Mark Huey, president of Telis, in the article.

Financing for the project will be provided by Union Bank and Trust.

With a total of 82 assisted living apartments and 18 memory care apartments, Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead is expected to open in fall 2016.

Construction: In process

Seniors to Live the “Cruise Ship Life” in $43 Million San Diego Development

San Diego-based St. Paul’s Senior Services plans to open a $43 million senior living community in Chula Visa, Calif. this summer, which will offer residents all the amenities of a cruise ship without leaving port, reports SD Metro.

The Plaza development is currently under construction on 4.5 acres of land in the Otay Ranch area of Chula Vista, the second largest city in the San Diego metropolitan area.

Developed in phases, the four-story complex ail have an array of amenities including numerous solarium and sundecks with views; gourmet restaurant; event room seating 150; a pub; non-denominational chapel; reflection room; beauty salon, barber shop and massage room; indoor therapy pool; a dog park; gymnasium and dance studio; entertainment schedule, including music and animal therapy.

When complete, The Plaza will house 156 apartments in Phase 1, while another 63 apartments will be added in Phase II of construction. The new community will also bring 60 memory care apartments, along with 94 independent and assisted living accommodations.

Opening of The Plaza is set for June 2.

Developers Break Ground on 268-Unit Senior Living Complex

Utah-based Western States Lodging & Management (WSLM), along with general contractor Big-D Construction, recently hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its newest project, Legacy Village of Sugar House.

Legacy Village, a 268-unit senior living complex and Phase 2 of the Sugar House Mixed-Use Development project, will neighbor the newly opened Wilmington Flats, a 105-unit urban apartment complex that also includes luxury town homes, 70,000 sq. ft. of office space and 30,000 sq. ft. of retail space.

Legacy Village of Sugar House will include prime retail space and a parking structure, with additional levels dedicated to senior housing and services.

The community will serve the independent, assisted living and memory care market segments, with amenities that include daily activity programming and restaurant-style dining in a home-like setting.

The project site is located near University of Utah Hospital, as well as medical and dental offices, Sugar House Park, shops and restaurants.

Development partners include Woodbury Corporation, Dee’s Inc. and the Colmena Group.

EPOCH Opens Welcome Center Amid Ongoing Construction at Conn. Community

Waltham, Mass.-based EPOCH announced last week that it has opened The Welcome Center at EPOCH Bridges by EPOCH Memory Care Assisted Living at Trumbull, a new assisted living community in Conn. that is now open to prospective residents and their families.

The Welcome Center, located at 945 White Plains Road, will provide information about Bridges by EPOCH’s unique approach to residential memory care services, suite floor plans, details about the care programs to be offered, pricing and an opportunity to meet members of the Bridges team.

Bridges by EPOCH at Trumbull is currently undergoing construction and will be located at 2415 Resevoir Ave., offering 72 suites. The memory care assisted living community is a joint development between EPOCH Senior Living of Waltham, Mass., and National Development of Newton, Mass.

Construction: Completed

Mainstreet, Genesis HealthCare to Open New Rehabilitation Facility

Carmel, Ind.-based developer Mainstreet and Pa.-based post acute care provider Genesis HealthCare hosted a grand opening event last week to celebrate their first collaboration: PowerBack Rehabilitation.

Located in Lafayette, Colo., PowerBack Rehabilitation is a 99-bed, 69,643-sq. ft. facility that features private suites, a large movie theatre, a game room and walking trails, as well as bistros, an on-site chef and more.

The facility also offers “7-7-7” rehabilitation therapy (7 days/week, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.); as well as “1-2-4” nursing, therapy and physician assessments done within the first four hours of admission.

“It’s incredibly exciting and humbling to deliver even more aging Americans the services, amenities and attention they deserve so they can get well and get home,” said Mainstreet Founder and CEO Zeke Turner in a written statement. “Our best-in-class Next Generation® properties are proudly transforming the health care industry nationwide with our focus on innovative design and hospitality-oriented care.”

Genesis HealthCare launched PowerBack Rehabilitation in 2012 in response to the market demand for shorter, post-hospital recovery periods and fewer post-discharge setbacks.

“PowerBack offers state-of-the-art equipment and aggressive rehabilitation therapy plans in a pampering environment,” said Genesis CEO George V. Hager, Jr., in a written statement. “The entire PowerBack model is designed to help our short-stay patients get their Power Back and rerun home as quickly as possible.”

The Lafayette facility will be the ninth PowerBack Rehabilitation center in the U.S. and the second in the state of Colo.; Genesis also operates a PowerBack facility in Lakewood, Colo.

Construction began on PowerBack Rehabilitation in Lafeyette, located at 329 Exempla Circle, in December 2013. Mainstreet developed the property and Genesis is leasing and operating it.

The $16.6 million project created 284 construction jobs and 150 permanent jobs. PowerBack Rehabilitation in Lafayette will host a community open house for visitors later this summer.

Spectrum Opens Gardens at Ocotillo Senior Living Community in Arizona

Spectrum Retirement Communities, a Denver-based owner, operator and developer of senior living communities nationwide, welcomed the first residents to its latest community, Gardens at Ocotillo Senior Living in Chandler, Ariz., starting May 11.

Located at 1601 West Queen Creek Road in Chandler, the 135,000 sq. ft. community will soon be home to 150 residents, adding what Spectrum says are quality living options for Arizona’s rapidly growing population of adults age 65 and older.

Gardens at Ocotillo offers independent, assisted living and memory care residences. It also features a Transitional Memory Care program unique to Spectrum, which offers seniors with mild cognitive impairment an option to remain in their assisted living apartments while receiving additional support and structure.

Apartments at the community range from studio suites to two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,200 sq. ft. apartments.

“We are proud to invite new residents and their families to come home to the beautiful, safe and supportive environment at Gardens at Ocotillo,” said Jeff Kraus, Spectrum’s managing director, in a written statement. “Each element of our programs has been designed to strengthen health in every possible manner.”

South Dakota CCRC to Host Grand Opening of $25 Million Expansion

Avera Prince of Peace Retirement Community in Sioux Falls, S.D., will host a grand opening event this weekend to celebrate the completion of a $25 million addition to the campus, reports Argus Leader.

The two-story, 117,000 sq. ft. addition includes a Main Street-style community area that features a deli, bank, pub, salon, general store and information desk.

The new addition also features all private rooms, in total accounting for 90 beds—64 in long-term care and 26 for rehabilitation—and 20 additional assisted living suites.

A new chapel added to the campus was supported by donations of more than $3.1 million. More than twice the size of the community’s existing chapel, the new addition seats approximately 200 people.

Avera Prince of Peace Retirement Community will host its open house for the new expansion this Sunday at 4513 Prince of Peace Place in Sioux Falls.

Written by Jason Oliva

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