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The Arbor Company announces new luxury project
The Arbor Company with Braemar Partners recently announced plans for a new senior living community that is slated to open in late 2025, according to a news release on the project.
Arbor Terrace Montgomery will feature 27 AL apartments; 24 Bridges program apartments with added cognitive support for seniors experiencing early stages of dementia; and 29 memory care apartments.
The community will include resort-style amenities and services, including housekeeping, personal linen and laundry services and upscale dining. Pet-friendly accommodations will also be available.
Shared amenities include gathering spaces, a beauty salon and nail spa, as well as on-site therapy and rehabilitation. Concierge and scheduled transportation services will also be available for off-ste activities.
The Atlanta, Georgia-based provider operates more than 45 IL, AL and memory care communities across 11 states.
Solera Senior Living adds cafe space to Maryland community
Solera Senior LIving wants to create community interaction and generational connections with its latest renovation at its Modena Reserve Kensington community.
District Cafe Mizell Station recently opened and will be open for breakfast and lunch hours.
Local community input was central to the project’s design, leading to sweeping changes prior to construction. As a result, the CCRC consisting of 63 IL, 46 AL and 25 memory care units went to lengths that included repurposing two historic homes already on the property to pay homage to local history.
The project received the first place award in the CCRC Lite category of the 2022 Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Awards earlier this year.
Other noteworthy projects
– ThriveMore is expanding into eastern North Carolina.
– Parkwood Estates, a Holiday by Atria community, recently announced a $2 million renovation plan.
Construction: In Progress
– Construction has started on a new senior living community in Wichita, Kansas.
–Summerfield Senior Living in Gulfport, Louisiana recently broke ground and started construction.