In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (12/21/17)

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Construction: In progress

Capitol Seniors Housing to Break Ground on $35 Million Community in New York


Capitol Seniors Housing is slated to begin construction this month on a $35 million, three-story assisted living and memory care community in Greenburgh, New York.

The community, Stonegate at Greenburgh, will have 101 units and amenities such as a bistro with an open-concept kitchen, club room, library, art studio, salon, sports lounge, theater, fitness or rehab room and a separate dining room in the memory care area, according to a press release.

Meyer Design designed the community with natural materials and LEED certification in mind. Features include green space where asphalt once was, use of native plants that require less water, recycled building materials, energy efficient LED lighting and more efficient heating and air systems. The community is also near public transportation.


Northbridge Companies will operate the community, which is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2019.

Work Underway for Atria Community in Denver

CA Senior Living has announced the start of construction for Atria Englewood, a seven-story, 130-unit senior living community in Englewood, Colorado, which is a suburb of Denver.

Atria Senior Living will operate the community, which will offer a mix of assisted living and memory care apartments. The apartments will have such design features as quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, oversized windows and high ceilings.

Amenities will include a rooftop terrace with fire pits and a sky lounge with scenic views of the Rocky Mountains and a separate dining and activity spaces for assisted living and memory care residents. Assisted living residents will also have access to a bistro and lounge and a cafe area as well as a theater, activity kitchen and club room.

The community is currently slated to open in the summer of 2019.

Maplewood Senior Living Starts Work on Connecticut Community

Maplewood Senior Living has broken ground on a new community in Fairfield, Connecticut.

The community, Maplewood at Southport, will span 93,000 square feet and consist of 98 assisted living and memory care apartments, according to a press release. Amenities include farm to-table dining options, a salon and spa, library, pub and bistro.

Stein Troost Architecture of Norwalk is the architectural firm designing the building, with Milone & McBroom of Cheshire as the landscape architects, Landtech of Westport as the civil engineers and KBE Building Corporation of Farmington as the construction manager. The project is expected to wrap up in 2019.

Work Starts for Age-Restricted Housing in Minnesota

Dominium, a Minneapolis-based apartment owner, developer and manager, is set to begin construction on Legends of Woodbury, a 216-unit senior affordable housing development in Woodbury, Minn.

As planned, the community will have two apartment buildings with a clubhouse connecting them in the center, according to a press release. The clubhouse will also include a large community room and kitchen, fitness center, pub and card room, porch, theater, arts and crafts studio, library and a beauty salon.

Other notable projects include:


— An Embassy Suites near the Pittsburgh International Airport is slated to become a 220-unit assisted living and memory care community once the hotel closes in February.

— A planned Waters Senior Living community with up to 130 units has gotten the OK from local officials in Peters Township, Pennsylvania.

— The zoning board for Sussex County, Delaware, has approved a plan for Plantation Senior Living to build a 144-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care community in Rehoboth Beach.

— Lutheran Home of Central New York in Clinton, New York, is undergoing a $2.2 million addition for memory care.

— A 95-unit Legacy Living independent living, assisted living and memory care community in Jasper, Indiana, is nearly ready to break ground.

— Developers in Levvittown, New York, have plans to convert a former bowling alley into a $33 million assisted living community.

— Zoning officials in Savannah, Georgia, have given the preliminary go-ahead to a planned 130-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care community.

In progress

— Workers on Dec. 19 broke ground on a 94-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care community in New Prague, Minnesota.

— Anticipation is building for Galveston Crossing, a 118-unit independent living expansion poised to open in 2018 at the Eagle’s Trace community near Houston.

— Work is now underway for a $32 million senior living community that would bring 164 independent living, assisted living, and memory care units to Centerville, Ohio.


— A school in Falmouth, Maine, has reopened as an age-restricted senior community after $6.5 million in renovations.

— A new DePaul Senior Living community in North Tonawanda, New York, has opened its doors.

— Appleridge Senior Living in Horseheads, New York, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil its new renovations.

Written by Tim Regan

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