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Capitol Seniors Housing Breaks Ground on Active Adult Community Near Atlanta
Capitol Seniors Housing has started work on The Outlook at the Exchange, an active adult community that is part of a mixed-use development in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
The four-story community is slated to have 180 residential units, with access to resort-style amenities. The community is part of the Exchange at Gwinnett, a $350 million mixed-use development expected to include retail, restaurants, entertainment and apartments and townhomes in addition to senior housing.
Alliance Makes Progress on Senior Living Community in Washington
Alliance Residential is making progress on the construction of Holden of Bellevue, a seven-story senior living project in downtown Bellevue, Washington.
The community is slated to have 136 assisted living and memory care apartments, with neighborhoods located on various floors. Amenities for residents include multiple dining venues, a yoga studio, salon, activity areas and space for families to gather.
The project is the first phase in a three-phase plan that will also add an independent living community and multifamily housing.
Milestone Retirement Communities is slated to manage the community when it opens in the fall. Construction first began in February, 2020, and the community’s first phase is anticipated to open in late fall, 2021.
Model Apartment Open House Planned at Forthcoming Clearwater Community in California
An assisted living and memory care community under construction in North Tustin, California, is hosting a model apartment open house in July.
As planned, the Clearwater Living community, Clearwater at North Tustin, will have 110 assisted living and memory care apartments with both private and semi-private living options. Amenities are set to include an outdoor amphitheater, chapel, theater and learning center, creative studio, game room, salon, fitness center and a dog park.
Renovations Planned at Presbyterian Senior Living Community in Philadelphia
Cathedral Village, a Presbyterian Senior Living (PSL) community in Philadelphia, is set to get a facelift.
Spiezle Architectural Group has designed a renovation project to upgrade the community’s facades, walkways, and outdoor amenities spaces, with the goal of encouraging outdoor living and leisure.
The work is part of a multi-phase project that began in 2014 when PSL bought the community. If all goes according to plan, the work is scheduled to start this fall and wrap up in 2022.
Arizona Community Completes Phase 2 Expansion
Sagewood, a life plan community in Phoenix, Arizona, has put the finishing touches on a phase-two renovation and expansion project.
The project’s second phase included a four-story, 101-unit independent living building with an underground parking garage and access to amenities such as activity and game rooms, an art studio, putting course and multiple dining venues.
Interior designer Spellman Brady worked on the project with architects Todd & Associates and general contractor The Weitz Company. Life Care Services, which is an LCS company, manages the community.
Other noteworthy projects:
— The owners of a Sheraton Hotel in Framingham, Massachusetts, are seeking to repurpose the building into an assisted living community.
— A 68-unit assisted living community is in the works for Mequon, Wisconsin.
— Manor Senior Living is seeking to convert a hotel into senior housing in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
— Skender has broken ground on a 100-unit senior living community near Chicago.
— Ridge Care Senior Living and project partners have broken ground on a 100-unit senior living community in Leland, North Carolina.
— Tabitha Senior Living has broken ground on a new senior living community in Grand Island, Nebraska.
— A 112-unit senior housing community for LGBTQIA older adults has opened its doors in Houston.