In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (7/14/16)

Construction: Planned

$75 Million CCRC Planned for Long Island, N.Y.

Plans have been proposed for a new Life Plan Community, Fountaingate Gardens, in Commack, Long Island.


The community will include spacious one-and two- bedroom residences in two buildings called The Parkview and The Terraces. Some will include dens and balconies as well as landscaped grounds and fountains.

Fountaingate Gardens will also have a clubhouse, complete with on-site restaurants, a bistro, a theater, indoor heated saltwater pool, classrooms and craft rooms.

The project is being sponsored by Gurwin, developed by Eventus Strategic Partners and designed by Perkins Eastman Architects.


Vivage Senior Living Community Will Break Ground Late 2016

A new senior housing community is planned to break ground in the fourth quarter of this year in Golden, Colo.The 89,000 square-foot senior living community, Golden Lodge Assisted Living, operated by Vivage Senior Living, chose OZ Architecture to design the community, which will include amenities aimed at encouraging visitors to come more often and stay longer.

To accomplish this goal, the community will incorporate gathering places that appeal to all age groups for families to spend time together. There will also be a bistro and wine bar for residents and guests to enjoy.

Golden Lodge will have two living buildings. One will be 65,000 square feet and include 75 studio and one bedroom units for assisted living. The second building will be 24,000 square feet and have 36 studio apartments for memory care residents.

Golden Lodge will also have a four season greenhouse where residents can grow their own vegetables and fruit.

The community is set to open in fall 2017.

Blake Senior Living Community Planned in S.C.

The Blake at Edgewater plans to break ground later this year in Indian Land, S.C. The building will be 88,000 square feet and include suite designed for comfortable, safe and enjoyable senior living. The community will also include assisted living as well as memory support.

The assisted living options include one- and two-bedroom units. The memory support facility will focus on Alzheimer’s and dementia care that will feature studio and one-bedroom units. Residents will also enjoy upscale restaurant-style dining experiences with highly trained chefs.

The community will be managed by Blake Management Group.

Health & Rehab Center Announces Expansion to Senior Living Facility

Friendship Health & Rehab in Pewee Valley, Ky, is expanding to include senior living facilities. The buildout is expected to take five to eight years.

Currently, the 52-acre campus has natural wooded area, a soccer field and open green space, which the owners will preserve. The upgrades will include a walking trail for those in the community, several sport fields and a rehab pool.

Once complete, the campus will be able to accommodate up to 550 seniors. Phase I, which is an investment of $12 million, will include an assisted living and memory care center, with 64 beds in the building. The anticipated completion of this phase is winter of 2017.

Independent living units will be built in Phase II. There are plans to include a minimum of 150 senior living apartments, and 55 patio homes in a main building with a clubhouse and a pool. Phase II is anticipated to be completed in winter 2018.

$32 Million Senior Living Community Set To Break Ground in Ohio

The Randall Residence at Yankee Trace is close to breaking ground in Centerville, Ohio. The $32 million project will be built on a 65-acre piece of land. The community, once complete, will include 164 units, including 60 units for independent living, 56 units for assisted living and 48 units for memory care.

There will also be an area in the community with 84 active adult two-bedroom villas, where residents will have the option of home care services.

Managing the community will be Randall Residence, who currently owns nine other senior living communities around the Midwest. The project has been in the works since 2013 and is anticipated to break ground as soon as August.

Construction: In process

New Provision Living Community Set to Open In Fall

Provision Living at West County in West St. Louis county, M.O. is near completion. The $14 million community will include dedicated memory care neighborhoods on its 54,000 square-foot property. The neighborhoods will also have an assisted living component.

Residents in the memory care neighborhoods will enjoy small-scale living and social environments, intelligent safety systems, themed sensory spaces and an outdoor walking garden as well as an amphitheater.

The community will also be Provision’s first to implement the “Family Connect” service, which provides family support, educated and care plans to those who are trying to navigate care options for their loved ones.

ARCO Construction is building Provision Living at West County.

Presbyterian Village North Expansion Near Completion 

The expansion of Presbyterian Village North in Dallas has been underway since 2015, but is making significant progress and is projected to open earlier than expected.

The faith-based nonprofit CCRC for active adults is adding a lifestyle fitness center with a new pool, jacuzzi, spa, healthy cafe, a transitional care unit, park area with pavilion and a chapel.

The $93 million for the project is also being used to expand Joyce Hall, which currently serves residents in assisted living.

New Green House Project Breaks Ground in St. Louis, Mo.

Construction has begun on a new senior housing project by The Green House Project. The Cottages of Lake St. Louis will be a skilled nursing facility on 5.2 acres of land that will resemble a small neighborhood.

The community will consist of six homes, each with a central dining room, family room with fireplace, den, spa and an option kitchen surrounded by 10 private bedrooms with private bathrooms.

Each cottage will have a large patio with gardens and walking paths around the community. The Cottages of Lake St. Louis plans to open in January 2017.

Construction: Completed

Fresno, Calif. Senior Living Community Celebrates Opening

An assisted living and memory care community in Fresno, Calif. has announced plans to celebrate its grand opening this week. Kingston Bay consists of 107 residences in the 86,467 square foot community.

In the assisted living area of the community there are 61 one-bedroom and 22 studio apartment homes. The memory care area is designed for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Residents in memory care will receive 24 hour care.

Some of features residents at Kingston Bay can enjoy include a state-of-the-art fitness center with SCIFIT equipment and Fit-Key documentation software, a Dining by Design program and Wi-Fi throughout the community.

Written by Alana Stramowski

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