Maplewood Senior Living to Grow Footprint in Connecticut
Maplewood Senior Living has plans to inflate its presence in southern New England.
The provider plans to break ground on a 34-unit expansion for its community in Darien, Connecticut, in late summer 2017.
The expansion will increase Maplewood at Darien’s 66-unit community to 97 units. The interior design will “carry the same Newport Inn style of elegance and sophistication seen throughout the entire community,” a press release reads.
Maplewood also recently closed on a 27-acre parcel of land in Southport, Connecticut, where it will start construction on a 98-unit assisted living and memory care community this summer.
That community, Maplewood at Southport, will feature fireplaces, libraries, lobbies, a great room, display kitchens, and a salon and spa for residents and visitors. The community will also feature terraced gardens alongside walking trails and seating areas in a 13-acre conservation area.
LGBTQ-Focused Community to Open in Houston
The Montrose, a community for LGBTQ seniors, is set to open in Houston.
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According to the plan that was first reported by Houston Press, the 122-unit community will come equipped with a diner, a health clinic, a coffee shop, a dog park and a vegetable garden.
Though the community is aimed at LGBTQ seniors, it will also accept straight residents.
Belmont Senior Living Targets Fort Lauderdale
Houston’s Belmont Senior Living is looking to open a new community in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The provider is scheduled to start construction this summer on its first Florida project, a 204-unit community with independent living, assisted living and memory care services, reports the Sun Sentinel. Belmont’s community would offer residents chef-prepared meals, a bistro, patios, a fitness center, a heated saltwater swimming pool, a full-service salon and a movie room.
If all goes according to plan, the community will open in 2019.
‘Upscale Life Plan Community’ Coming to California
A new senior living community is coming to San Luis Obispo, California. Construction crews with Villagio Senior Living are scheduled to break ground on the Villaggio at San Luis Obispo by 2019, according to an announcement.
When it opens, the community will offer 366 assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing units and such amenities as farm-to-table meals, a wellness and fitness center, movie theater, library and multiple restaurants.
Villaggio at San Luis Obispo also will feature programming that includes education, recreational, entertainment and spiritual activities and events.
Senior Housing Planned for North Las Vegas
A sprawling senior living campus could open in North Las Vegas.
The North Las Vegas City Council last week selected developer Sargem to build the 240-unit, $60 million senior living community, reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal. As planned, the community would include a dining room and library, among other amenities, and would open as soon as in 2019.
$72 Million Senior Housing Project Planned Near Minneapolis
Local officials recently gave the go-ahead to a new mixed-unit senior living campus in the Minneapolis suburb of Stillwater.
The Lakes at Stillwater, a roughly $72 million mixed-unit senior living campus, is set to open at the end of 2018 after a three-phase development process, according to a press release.
Construction on The Lodge, a 139-unit independent, assisted living and memory care community, is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2017. Phase two is slated to include 30 independent living villas that will be accompanied by 70 independent senior living apartments in the third phase of the project.
Amenities at the forthcoming community will include multiple dining venues, intergenerational programming, a wellbeing center, creative arts, nature-based therapeutics and a fireside bar lounge.
Intergenerational Living & Health Care is the community’s owner, and The Goodman Group, a Chaska, Minnesota-based company, is its operator.
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Age-Restricted Community Coming to Southern California
Master developer Foremost Companies is plotting out a new community in Southern California that will include housing for people 55 years or older.
The first phase of the new community, Terramor, opened in Corona, California, in May, according to a press release. Del Webb is building the community’s first two neighborhoods, Cortina and Ardena, where it plans to construct 240 single-family homes for buyers ages 55 and older.
“Pre-sales for Del Webb’s two communities started April 22 and a remarkable 14 homes have been sold to date,” said Chris Edgar, Division President for Del Webb in Southern California. “Between the two sold-out informational sales seminars and queries from our interest lists, these two actively sought neighborhoods are proving the demand for 55+ housing in this region, and are a testament to the community as a whole.”
Community Opens Near Knoxville, Tennessee
A community opened with a “big splash” just outside Knoxville, Tennessee, last month.
Northshore Senior Living held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 13 to celebrate the opening of a 68-unit community, according to local news publication Farragut Press.
The $10 million community is managed by Senior Solutions Management Group and offers assisted living and memory care services.
Construction Wraps Up at Two Senior Living Communities in Georgia
The Peach State has two new senior housing communities.
Construction recently ended at the Glen at Lake Oconee in Greensboro and Thrive at Frederica in St. Simons, Georgia, according to New South Construction Company, an Atlanta-based general contracting firm.
The Glen at Lake Oconee, which is managed by Life Care Services, is a 118-unit development that offers independent living, assisted living and memory care for residents. The community has such amenities as a salon, exercise rooms, full-service kitchen and “elegant dining rooms,” according to a press release.
Thrive at Frederica is a 92-bed memory care and assisted living community managed by Thrive Senior Living. The community comes equipped with patient rooms, a beauty and barber salon, private dining room and recreational spaces.
Faith-Based Nonprofit Expands Assisted Living Community in North Dakota
The Benedictine Health System has put the finishing touches on a $25-million expansion of its assisted living community in Bismarck, North Dakota.
The newly expanded community triples the size of the nonprofit’s campus, according to The Associated Press.
Written by Tim Regan