In The Pipeline: Discovery Expands in Florida; Presbyterian Homes to Renovate Wisconsin Community

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Construction: Planned

Harvey, Illinois sees remodel of affordable living community

The South Suburban Senior Housing Apartments in Harvey, Illinois are getting a $15 million face-lift along with two other facilities.

The project is being completed by Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) and is part of an overall $30 million investment by POAH in the area along with other transit and manufacturing projects.


All 120 apartments will be renovated.

Florida Active Adult Community Starts Construction

Discovery Senior Living announced the start of construction on a 180 unit one-two bedroom apartment homes in Gainesville, Florida.

The Experiential Living community at Celebration Pointe includes shared amenities of a rooftop lounge, bar and entertainment area, fitness center and workout studio, gathering areas, a tech bar and bistro, a dog park and more.


Discovery Senior Living currently owns 111 communities across 19 states.

Pasadena celebrates community groundbreaking

BRIDGE Housing marked the second development in Pasadena, California with the construction of 70 new apartments for low income seniors.

Planned property amenities include a leasing office, onsite manager, 24-hour security, laundry rooms, an outdoor courtyard and a community room. Intensive case management services will be provided by Union Station Homeless Services. The property is expected to be complete in November 2023.

State of New York to renovate affordable housing

A $104 million project to renovate or build 864 affordable homes across 16 projects in New York was recently announced. The awards are part of a statewide housing plan that would look to preserve thousands of affordable units for residents.

The 16 awarded developments will unlock a total of $371 million into local economies, along with:

  • $5.3 million for senior housing at Community View Apartments in Morrisville
  • $10.7 million for Baird Road Senior Apartments in Perinton
  • $1.1 million for School House Manor in Oakfield
  • $5 million to Mt. Olive Senior Manor in Buffalo
  • $4 million for Victoria Place in Kenmore

Construction: In progress

PHS starts renovation on Midwest property

Presbyterian Homes and Services (PHS) started construction on a renovation of The Deerfield community in New Richmond, Wisconsin that will include 24 new independent living apartments.

The community is set to open in the spring of next year. The one-and two-bedroom apartments will range in size from 716 to 1,128 square feet. The project includes enclosed first-floor parking, resident storage and a new club room.

The property originally opened in 1999 and a nursing care center was added in 2008 and relocated to its current campus in 2012. Once complete, the project will include 153 apartments and suites.

The Deerfield / Image Courtesy Presbyterian Homes and Services

Other noteworthy projects include:


— Woodmont Senior Living proposes apartments in Howell, Michigan.

— Monument Hills development proposal made in Iowa, City.

— Wellesley, Massachusetts project proposed.

— Aksarben senior living project expanding in Omaha, Nebraska.

In progress

— Carolina Pines breaks ground near Charlotte, North Carolina.


–Prairie Village senior living community near Kansas City, Missouri has been renovated.

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