2Life Communities to start on Opus project ahead of schedule
Brighton, Massachusetts-based 2Life Communities will break ground next month on its middle market community Opus Newton, almost a year ahead of schedule.
The community, first announced in 2021 in Newton, Massachusetts, is a middle market senior living community for adults 62 and up featuring 174 units with eight floor plans. A 2Life representative told Senior Housing News earlier this week the community has fewer than 20 apartments remaining to be sold and is expected to be 90% presold by the end of February.
Construction is expected to last 24-months. Opus residents will take an active role in their community by volunteering approximately 10 hours a month, from teaching a course, offering professional advice or lending time for a number of community projects. Health care options are focused on allowing residents to age in place and have care come to them.
Its proximity to Newton will allow residents to tap into the neighborhood and become part of the wider community rather than remaining isolated.
The community will be connected by a two-story connector to the Coleman House, encompassing a cafe, art studio, classroom and meeting space. Outdoor amenities include patios, gardens and walking trails.
Great American Homes unveils active adult community
Great American Homes, a new company founded by NewStyle Communities, an Epoch Communities franchise, announced a new active adult community in Gastonia, North Carolina known as 1776 Gastonia.
Based on patriotism, the American Dream and the founding ideals of the U.S. The community will feature 43 homes built for active retirees. Lot sales open in March.
The community is one of many 1776 developments, the company said in a news release.
The development will host community events and activities such as farmer’s markets, speaker events, and American holiday celebrations.
Other noteworthy projects
The Carendale, a 10-story senior living community at Six Corners in Chicago as been announced.
Belmont Village to bring a 177-unit community to San Ramon, California.
A plan to bring 400 rental homes and senior living units to Howell Township, New Jersey was recently unveiled.
A $19 million senior living community is coming to Louisville, Kentucky.
Construction: In Progress
Work is underway for converting a former primary school to a senior living community that will be managed by Everbrook Senior Living.