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Luxury senior living project announced in New Jersey
Pre-construction development work is underway at Arbor Terrace Montgomery, a luxury senior living community in Somerset County, New Jersey.
The community is part of the Montgomery Crossing development, with a projected opening date of late 2025.
Arbor Terrace Montgomery is a development of Braemar Partners and will be operated by The Arbor Company, which operates nine other senior living communities in New Jersey.
The new community will feature 27 assisted living apartments; 24 Bridges program apartments with added cognitive support for seniors experiencing early stages of dementia; and 29 memory care apartments for seniors living with dementia.
All options will include resort-style amenities and services such as regular housekeeping, personal linen and laundry services and upscale dining. Pet-friendly accommodations are also available.
Amenities include gathering spaces, a salon and nail spa, as well as on-site therapy and rehabilitation. Residents can choose from a variety of dining experiences coupled with concierge and scheduled transportation services.
The architect is Studio Architects and the Faulkner Design Group will provide the interior design.
Construction: In Progress
Erickson Senior Living expands Massachusetts community
Linden Ponds, a community managed by Erickson Senior Living, recently started construction on a 59,000 square-foot expansion of a continuing care neighborhood.
The new, two-story assisted living care building, known as Granite Commons, will feature 50 apartments made up of studios, plus one-and-two bedroom apartments with amenity spaces and enclosed courtyards.
The community is expected to open the expansion in early 2025.
Amenities include a family kitchen, living room, game lounge, library, media room, bistro, restaurant, fitness room, sun porches and interior courtyard with outdoor dining, fire pit and bocce ball.
ISL, Greystone in venture for new Nevada community
Valage Senior LIving, a new senior living community in Minden, Nevada, is set to hold a groundbreaking ceremony later this month.
The ceremony will commence construction of these 102 apartments, with the community to wrap work in the fall of next year.
The project is a joint venture between Greystone Housing Impact Investors LP (NYSE: GHI) and will be operated by Integral Senior Living.
The project was designed by PI Architects and built by Metcalf Builders managed by Leading Light Development and Construction Consulting.
Valage Carson Valley will offer 56 AL apartments and 46 memory care residences. AL units range between studio and two bedroom units with walk-in closets, large designer bathrooms and full-size refrigerators. The units will also feature personal WiFi networks and lighting systems with nighttime safety features.
All memory care units will be complete with Safely You fall monitoring protection.
Solera Senior Living opens Texas community
Solera Senior Living recently opened The Reserve at Lake Austin in Austin, Texas.
The development was created in partnership with HPI Real Estate Services and Investments out of Austin.
The community offers IL, AL and memory care and opens on the heels of the Modena Reserve at Kensington in Kensington, Maryland and Trulee Evanston in Evanston, Illinois.
Amenities include a restaurant, multiple lounges, theater, salon, bar, studio and wellness spa and more.
Other noteworthy projects
-Construction group purchased multiple buildings for a senior living project in Sinsinawa, Wisconsin.
– A new StoryPoint Senior LIving community is planned for Portage, Michigan.
– Liberty Senior Living plans new community in Mount Dora, Florida.
Construction: In Progress
-A new senior living center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma recently opened.
-LCB Senior Living completed its reuse senior living project in Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.
-Riverview Senior Living opens in Juneau, Alaska.