(Project rendering of Spring Cypress Assisted Living and Memory Care, a senior living community managed by Civitas Senior Living in Cypress, Texas — Photo courtesy of Civitas Senior Living)
Developers Plan Civitas Assisted Living and Memory Care Project for Cypress, Texas
The National Realty Group and MedCore Partners will begin construction late May to deliver an 80-unit senior living community in Cypress, Texas.
Spring Cypress Assisted Living and Memory Care will be managed by Civitas Senior Living. When complete, the community, which is located at 16306 Spring Cypress Rd., is projected to create over 100 new jobs.
The building will feature 65 assisted living units, including studio suites, one- and two-bedroom units, as well as an additional 15 private and companion memory care units.
Amenities will include a fitness/wellness center, a pond with walking path and gazebo, a bistro, a courtyard, an activity room with a theater, beauty shop, among other yet to be announced amenities.
Anthem Memory Care Granted Special Use Permit to Build in Chicago Suburb
Ore.-based Anthem Memory Care recently received a special use permit to build a memory care facility in Oak Lawn, Ill., a southwest suburb of Chicago, reports the Chicago Tribune.
Last week, the Oak Lawn Board of Trustees voted 4-2 in approval for the project, paving the way for Anthem to build a residential care facility on property owned by Southwest Chicago Christian School near 101st Street and Major Avenue.
Anthem, which operates memory care communities in California, Colorado, Illinois and Kansas, last summer reached at $1.55 million development agreement with the school to purchase the land, but the deal was contingent upon the approval of the special use permit, writes the Tribune.
With that hurdle now cleared, the company can submit various permit applications and prepare detailed construction drawings that will be submitted to the village for review.
If all goes according to plan, Anthem could begin construction of the two-story, 66-unit facility by September, said Isaac Scott, principal at Anthem in the Tribune article.
Abby Development Plans Senior Living Community for Conway, Ark.
Abby Development, a Dallas-based owner, operator and developer of luxury senior living communities, recently announced plans to develop a new community in Conway, Ark.
Arabella of Conway will feature 30 independent living cottages, 44 assisted living units and 36 memory care units.
The resort-style campus will include upscale amenities such as a stocked fishing lake, walking trails, a movie theatre, pharmacy and general store, beauty salon, landscaped courtyards with water features, transportation, medical alert systems, library, rehabilitation center and more.
Abby Development expects to begin construction during the first quarter of 2017.
Arabella of Conway will join the company’s portfolio of senior housing projects, which currently consists of six communities in the planning stages throughout Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.
Arabella of Conway is the second senior housing community Abby Development has planned in Arkansas. In March, the company announced plans to develop Arabella of Rogers in Rogers, Ark.
Hubbell Realty Company Plans Construction of Iowa Assisted Living Community
Hubbell Realty Company will soon begin construction on its third senior living community, Edencrest at Beaverdale, later this month. Once complete, Hubbell will transition the operations and management to its partner, Senior Housing Management.
Edencrest at Beaverdale Assisted Living and Memory Care community in Des Moines, Iowa, will offer state-of-the-art amenities, including three daily restaurant-style meals in exquisite dining rooms, complimentary transportation to appointments and activities, a calendar of life-enriching activities and access to an in-house spa, exercise room and beauty/barber salon.
The first phase of construction will comprise 30 assisted living and 30 memory care apartments. Hubbell estimates the project will cost $12 million, with plans to continue the Edencrest series in Ankeny and Norwalk, Iowa.
Beaverdale is the latest assisted living community built by Hubbell and managed by Senior Housing Management. The first building, Edencrest at Riverwoods, opened mid-2014 in southeast Des Moines. The second, Edencrest at Green Meadows, opened February 1, 2016, in Johnston, Iowa.
Construction: In process
Brandywine Living Tops-Off $50 Million N.J. Community
Mt. Laurel, N.J.-based Brandywine Living (formerly Brandywine Senior Living) and Wohlsen Construction recently celebrated the topping out of a new senior living community in Livingston, N.J.
The $50 million, 120-unit Brandywine community is situated on nine acres at the intersection of Route 10 and Force Hill Road.
The community will feature a wide array of amenities and services catering to a broad range of wellness goals and lifestyle interests designed to help seniors live independently, yet close to their families.
Brandywine Living at Livingston expects to welcome its first residents in early 2017. It will be Brandywine’s 18th community in N.J.
Nazareth Living Center Breaks Ground on Independent Living, Memory Care Expansion
Nazareth Living Center retirement community recently announced it has broken ground on two new housing developments, St. Joseph’s Home and The Village at Nazareth, located in South County St. Louis, Mo.
The new construction of St. Joseph’s Home will create 48 memory care/assisted living private rooms in a modern, secure building that meets the needs of today’s adults.
The Village at Nazareth expansion project will feature 50 new apartments, including 21 two-bedroom units. Residents of the expansion will also be able to enjoy professionally landscaped grounds, courtyards, walking paths and patios, along with the benefits of priority access to a full continuum of care.
These developments will mark an investment in St. Louis totaling nearly $26 million, and both buildings are scheduled for completion in March 2017.
John Knox Village CCRC Opens Green House Project Addition
John Knox Village, a Life Plan Community (also known as a continuum care retirement community) last week celebrated the grand opening of The Woodlands at John Knox Village, the community’s new Green House model of care.
The seven-story, 144-suite residence, located on the existing 70-acre campus of John Knox Village, serves more than 900 residents and those in South Florida requiring greater levels of care.
With the main floor reserved for common and social areas, the remaining six floors each feature two Green House homes with 12 private bedroom suites with personal bathrooms surrounding a hearth living room, open kitchen and dining room.
RDG Planning & Design designed The Woodlands at John Knox Village. The Weitz Company served as the construction manager, and William Galo of Galo Herbert Architects worked with John Knox Village as the Owner’s Authorization Representative.
The John Knox Village Foundation was also instrumental in researching and raising more than $5 million to build the new innovative care residences.
The project will be utilized as a training ground and operational model for future planned residences incorporating the Green House Project philosophy.
Written by Jason Oliva