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Quality Senior Living announces luxury project
The Blake at St. Johns will be Quality Senior Living’s newest luxury senior living project.
The community will be operated by QSL Management and offers 70 AL apartments, 48 memory care apartments with a host of resort-style amenities. The total capitalization for the project was $35 million.
The building is designed around two landscaped interior courtyards, with shared amenities to include restaurant-style dining, a piano bar & lounge, a coffee and ice cream shop, a full-service salon & spa, on-site therapy services, a chapel, a theater room, and outdoor fire pavilions. The building was designed by Arrive Architecture Group of Bedford, TX.
Floor plans range between one and two-bedroom apartments with 10-foot ceilings, traditional millwork, zero-entry showers, cable, WiFi and a nurse call system, with options including porches, balconies, pantries and walk-in closets.
The Blake at St. Johns is part of a planned unit development that includes St. Thérése, an early-learning center of the Diocese of St. Augustine, and Goldfish Swim School, a premier learn-to-swim facility for kids, which is currently under construction.
Focus Healthcare Partners announces acquisition, renovations
Focus Healthcare Partners recently acquired Lexington Square Senior Living in Elmhurst, Illinois and will be rebranded as The Roosevelt at Salt Creek.
The community will change from an entrance fee model to a rental community offering IL and AL services. Life Care Services, the nation’s third-largest senior living provider, will manage the community.
The community will undergo a multi-year renovation to build out the community’s common areas, enhance amenities and broaden programming options for residents, the company said in a news release.
Other noteworthy projects
– A pre-development agreement was recently approved for a 65-unit senior living and 60-unit affordable family living apartment complex in Marshall, Minnesota.
– $97M project to add 150 units to Spring Cypress Senior Living community.
Construction: In Progress
– Demolition starts on $200M redevelopment that includes senior living, hotel, retail, dining and more for Pembroke Square in Virginia Beach.
– A groundbreaking ceremony was held for The Seville, a luxury senior living community set for San Clemente, California.