In the Pipeline: Sunrise Starts on Florida Project; Kisco Senior Living Announces New Community

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Construction: Planned

Virginia-based nonprofit plans affordable living community

Wesley Housing, a nonprofit affordable housing developer based in Alexandria, Virginia, announced plans to build two residences, including one, 95-unit senior living community.

The building will also include commercial space for a free health clinic in a 5,000 square-foot space to provide primary care for residents. The development will be the first affordable housing community developed through a faith-based partnership in Fairfax County, Wesley Housing said in a news release. 

Wesley Housing

New Standard Senior Living opens three New Jersey affordable communities

New Standard Senior Living announced three communities are now available for income-qualified residents for affordable assisted living.

All three communities feature studio apartment units, with the Millville community offering 154 units; Egg Harbor Township 166 units and Hammonton at 174 units. The Hammonton project is near completion and reservations are being accepted for all locations.

The communities feature private bathrooms. The communities are built to various environmental standards and Energy Star certifications to accommodate solar energy.


Kisco Senior Living announces expansion project

Kisco Senior Living announced plans to renovate the First Colonial Inn in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

The addition allows Kisco to meet growing needs of residence and promote independence and dignity, the company said in a news release.

The space will include 18 apartments, 10 private rooms and four shared units with a private patio and curated garden. Those amenities will be exclusive to the community’s memory care residents.

Construction: In Progress

Sunrise breaks ground on Florida project

Sunrise Senior Living recently broke ground on a new senior living community in the Miami, Florida metro area with Sunrise of Coral Gables.

The 90,000 square-foot building will consist of 94 residences across six floors. Shared amenities include common spaces, activity room, bistro, dining room, salon and terrace spaces. Sunrise’s internal development team is working with Behar Font and Partners for architecture and Winmar Construction as the general contractor.

The community is slated to open in 2024.

Liberty Senior Living renovates former courthouse, school in New Orleans

Liberty Senior Living announced plans to manage the Carrollton Courthouse in New Orleans, Louisiana that was recently renovated and transformed into a senior living community.

The courthouse was a series of schools after having been a courthouse and was vacant for years. The renovation merges upscale modern design with a nod to the building’s beginnings.

Residents will move into the community in the coming weeks.

Liberty Senior Living is developing 22 communities across the Southeast.

Construction: Completed

IntegraCare to open new Pennsylvania community

The Residence at Fitz Farm, a new senior living community in York, Pennsylvania operated by IntegraCare.

The community will officially open in April and offer IL, personal care and MC options consisting of 68 IL units, 42 personal care and 20 MC apartments.

The Residence at Fitz Farm / IntegraCare

Other noteworthy projects

Construction: Planned

– Legacy Living and Ally Development have announced plans for a new assisted living and memory care community in Defiance.
– CST Land Developers LLC and CST Multifamily Real Estate Services LLC plan to build a multifamily apartment complex and a senior living community, Morningside at Joor Place.

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