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Three Pillars announces $125M addition to campus
Three Pillars Senior Living Communities recently announced it will invest $125 million in the next phase of development on its 300 acre campus in Dousman, Wisconsin.
Investments include modernizing its Masonic Center for Health and Rehab, as well as the addition of 52 new apartments as part of a three-phase development on the campus.
The first phase is expected to start this fall with phase two adding a memory care project and resource center in Spring 2023. Looking ahead to the end of 2023, the company plans to start “a variety of independent living options,” CEO Mark Strautman said in a news release. That includes apartments, single-story cottages as part of a pocket neighborhood alongside quadplex units and three-story villas.
Allegro Senior Living unveils new project
Allegro Senior Living is expanding its Florida footprint with the Allegro Fort Lauderdale that will be the company’s 12th community in the Sunshine State.
The proposed waterfront community will include 188 units as part of an eight-level community with IL, AL and memory care units.
The 288,000 square-foot facility will include multiple indoor and outdoor dining and entertainment venues, a two-story theater, lounge, salon, spa and fitness center. Other amenities will include a pool, outdoor fireplace and fire pit, bourbon and whiskey lounge, boardwalk, outdoor gardens, dog park and boat access.
MSA Architects is handling design and FLYNN Engineering is leading construction of the community
The location will begin sales in September, with a residential opening expected in mid-to-late 2023.
Allegro currently operates 19 senior living communities nationwide, with approximately 2,652 units.
Resthaven breaks ground on new development
The Farmstead by Resthaven, a new IL, AL and memory care campus is now under construction in Holland, Michigan following a groundbreaking ceremony last week.
The property will include single family homes, duplexes and apartment units. Private rooms in the on-site AL and memory care facility will also be an option.
Lease up is well underway as all stand-alone homes are reserved while apartments are still available to rent.
One of the central amenities to the community will be its clubhouse that will be able to host classes, meals and more.
This marks a step forward for the project that was slowed by the Covid-19 pandemic, with the plan first being conceptualized in 2019 by Atlanta-based THW Design. EV Construction will serve as the project’s construction manager.
The community is set to open in 2024.
Belmont Village tops out Coral Gables project
Belmont Village Senior Living and Baptist Health South Florida announced earlier this week construction on the Belmont Village Senior living Coral Gables community.
The property will see residents move in starting next year. The 10-story, 350,000 square-foot mixed use project is made up of 18,500 square-feet of commercial space, 239,000 square-feet of luxury apartments and a 209 car parking garage.
Key features include shared indoor and outdoor spaces with a restaurant with a dining terrace and casual bistro. Other amenities include a pool, teater, art studio, fitness center and various suites for physical, occupational, and speech therapy services.
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