Senior Housing Developers Set Sights on Phoenix
Phoenix, Arizona, is hot, and so is its senior housing market.
Colliers International has purchased a plot of land near Phoenix to build a new senior housing community. The land, located in Chandler, Arizona, will soon house a $40 million community called Park at Copper Creek Independent Living, according to Real Estate Daily News.
The 135-unit community is planned to have outdoor perks like a pool and grilling area in addition to amenities like a bistro, theater, fitness center, beauty salon and spa, crafts, game rooms, library, and private dining, it was reported. A grand opening is scheduled for the summer of 2018.
In nearby Sun City, developer CitiSculpt and Florida-based provider Starling Senior Living are collaborating on a new “luxury independent living” community.
The community will have independent living apartments and cottages along with assisted living and memory care services, reports The Herald, a local news site.
More Senior Housing Taking Shape Near Atlanta
Atlanta’s busy housing market continues to get busier.
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Developer Macauley Investments seeks to build senior housing in Tucker, Georgia, which is close to Atlanta.
The mixed-use project, dubbed “The Rise,” would include new senior housing in addition to retail space, a daycare, an elementary school, and apartments, reports the Dekalb Neighbor.
Assisted Living Community Planned in Ohio
Commissioners with Ohio’s Butler County have given their blessing to a plan for a new assisted living community there.
StoryPoint, which has communities in Michigan and Ohio, seeks to build a new community with more than 200 independent living, assisted living, and memory care units, reports local publication Journal-News.
Senior Housing Planned in Philly
It looks as though a senior care nonprofit will spend $147 million on a new community in Philadelphia.
NewCourtland Senior Services bought a plot of land to build new housing and a care center for seniors, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal. The site will also include athletic facilities for nearby Holy Family University.
Construction: In progress
Workers Break Ground on $27 Million Senior Community in Georgia
Senior housing general contractor DeAngelis Diamond broke ground on a large new senior housing community in Pooler, Georgia.
The $27 million project, dubbed Shepherd Living at Savannah Quarters, will span 10 acres and house 124 residents. Amenities and features at the forthcoming community include a spa and wellness center, physical therapy, memory care services, farm-to-table dining, wine storage, a full-service salon, a greenhouse, private kitchens, animal therapy, walking trails, and a tavern, according to an announcement.
The community is scheduled to open in the spring of next year.
Mustang Creek Estates to Open Fifth Dallas-Area Property
Work is now underway at Mustang Creek’s $7.5 million assisted living and memory care community in Sachse, Texas.
Mustang Creek Estates of Sachse will have six homes that can house up to 16 seniors apiece. Each home will come with an open kitchen, and residents will receive assisted care and be able to enjoy a range of activities and services. Residents also will have access to green space and a walking path.
The senior living community is now accepting reservations and is slated to open in fall of this year.
Senior Housing Coming Together Near Texas A&M University Campus
Construction crews are hard at work building a new senior living community near a famous Texas college.
The community, Parc at Traditions, features 159 senior living apartments, which includes independent living, assisted living, and memory care units. The senior living community is situated on a 14-acre wooded site minutes from the Texas A&M University main campus.
The community, which is slated to open this summer, will come with 24-hour concierge service, table-side dining, a wellness and activities programs, housekeeping, maintenance, and transportation services.
Dominion Senior Living Breaks Ground on Community in South Carolina
Dominion is beefing up its presence in the Palmetto State.
The provider announced it recently broke ground on Dominion Senior Living of Anderson, a $9.5 million senior living community in Anderson, South Carolina. The community will have room for 60 seniors in assisted living and memory care apartments.
Dominion Senior Living of Anderson is slated to open in the summer of 2018.
Central Iowa to Get More Assisted Living and Memory Care Units
Workers recently broke ground on The Willows of Marshalltown in Marshalltown, Iowa.
The forthcoming community will have 58 assisted living and memory care units, Willows Assisted Living and Memory Care President Ben Daniels told Senior Housing News.
The $13.3 million community is expected to open in the summer of 2018.
Senior Lifestyle Corporation to Open Community in Ohio
Senior Lifestyle Corporation’s newest community in Mason, Ohio, is just months from opening.
The Sheridan at Mason is currently accepting reservations for 101 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes, which include assisted living and memory care units, according to a press release. Residents will have access to chef-prepared meals, a bistro and gathering spot, a bar and “grand parlor,” and an around-the-clock licensed care staff.
The community is currently slated to open later this year.
Construction Begins on Senior Apartments Near San Francisco
Nonprofit BRIDGE Housing broke ground on a new senior community in San Leandro, California, which is close to San Francisco.
The community, dubbed the San Leandro Senior Apartments, will serve households earning up to 30%-50% of area median income (or up to $41,750 for a household of two), according to an announcement.
It’s currently scheduled to open early next year.
Senior Living Community to Host Grand Opening in Southern Louisiana
The Trace, a senior living community in Covington, Louisiana, is set to host a May 25 ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its grand opening.
“We are very excited to open this new and improved courtyard to our Memory Care residents so they can enjoy the beauty of the outdoors in this new, comfortable, and safe environment,” said Richard Totorico, Executive Director for The Trace, in a press release. “They will have free access to the courtyard at certain times of the day, encouraging individual independence and exploration of nature.”
Renovations Wrap Up at Wisconsin Community
Samaritas Senior Living, formerly Luther Manor, has finished its first round of renovations.
The community added 19 new private rehabilitation rooms with large bathrooms and new windows, but there are more phases to go at the Saginaw, Michigan, provider. The entire project is slated to finish by summer of next year, reports local news site MLive.com.
Written by Tim Regan