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Pollack Shores Plans Active Adult Apartments in Florida
Developer and investment firm Pollack Shores Real Estate Group is planning to develop 166 active adult apartments in the Viera master-planned community in Melbourne, Florida.
The community, Olea at Viera, will have one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes that range from 630 to 1510 square feet. All of those units will also have design elements such as granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, nine- and 10-foot ceilings, wood-style plank flooring and walk-in closets. Planned amenities for the property include a kitchen suitable for social events, pool courtyard, library, community garden and fitness studio.
The project is slated to break ground in January, with an expected completion date in April, 2020.
Titan, Civitas Celebrate Opening of Texas Community
Titan Development and Civitas Senior Living have opened a new assisted living and memory care community in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The property, which is called Elan Corpus Christi, has 113 units and such amenities for residents as a theater, fitness center, salon, garden courtyard and restaurant-style dining venues.
Elan Corpus Christi is one of seven communities that Civitas Senior Living manages for Titan Development in three states.
Other noteworthy projects:
— Plans are advancing for a new 66-unit independent living community in Falcon Heights, Minnesota.
— Sunrise Senior Living is seeking to open a new assisted living community in Manhattan Beach, California.
— A developer is looking to build a $200 million multi-use medical campus with a senior living component in Mesa, Arizona.
— Local officials in Brighton, Michigan, have given the go-ahead to plans for a new 210-unit senior living community.
— Plans are moving forward to bring a 150-unit senior living community to Fairfield, Connecticut.
— A Chicago-based developer has won approval for its plan to build a 60-unit senior living community in Crystal Lake, Illinois.
— The city of Lake in the Hills, Illinois, could get a new senior living community.
— Work is slated to start soon for a new senior housing community in Montgomery, Alabama.
— A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, has opened a new 44-unit rehabilitation center.
— A 404-unit senior living community in Delray Beach, Florida, has wrapped up an extensive renovation project.
Written by Tim Regan