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Charter Senior Living plans $50M Wisconsin community
Charter Senior LIving announced a partnership with DMK Development and American Companies announcing plans for a new senior living community in Sheboygan.
Charter Senior Living of Sheboygan will meet the needs of seniors today offering 175 apartments with a mix of layouts, along with 108 IL units, 46 AL apartments and 21 memory care suites.
The community will feature a range of multiple dining venues and an array of social, cultural, educational and spiritual programming and activities.
Shared amenities include a theater, multipurpose room, saltwater pool, beauty salon and dog park. A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for next spring.
Construction: In Progress
Maryland community gets renovation
The Terraces at Tuckerman Lane in North Bethesda, Maryland is slated for a “multi-million dollar” renovation plan, according to a news release about the project.
The repositioning comes after a recent rebranding and coincides with the introduction of new leadership for the community. Planned improvements include a renovated lobby, main dining area, cafe and bar. Lounges will feature soft-seating and activity tables and chairs for a multipurpose space.
Residences will be upgraded to include bathrooms, kitchenettes, flooring and lighting.
Cypress Cove celebrates construction milestone
The Oaks at Cypress Cove luxury life plan community and Chris-Tel Construction recently celebrated a topping-off ceremony in South Fort Myers, Florida.
Despite Hurricane Ian, the community’s construction has remained on-schedule. The 12-acre, gated, luxury community offers 24 residences, 24 villas and a clubhouse with outdoor pool, dining and wellness area.
The project is expected to be complete by the end of this year, with construction costs estimated at $46 million.
Atria Newport Beach adds memory care building
Atria Newport Beach recently opened a new building dedicated for memory support for those in the community, according to a LinkedIn post by Atria CEO John Moore.
The new memory care neighborhood is designed to offer a space safe for residents to enjoy activities and promote cognitive function while building relationships with care staff.
National Church Residences opens affordable community
National Church Residences recently marked the opening of The Hartford at Stafford Village, a new $30 million community with a mix of affordable and middle-income units for seniors 55 and up.
The community features 85 one and two-story apartment homes with amenities including a wellness center, bistro, theater, library and community room.
LCS Chicago community now open
Life Care Service’s Clarendale Six Corners, a new luxury community in Chicago, held a ribbon cutting ceremony earlier on Thursday.
The 258-unit community will be operated by LCS and include IL, AL and memory care apartments.
Toll Brothers open luxe active adult community
Toll Brothers (NYSE: TOL) announced the opening of a luxury active adult community, Regency at Holly Springs in North Carolina.
The community includes two collections of low-maintenance homes with pricing starting at $500,000. Homes include floor plans with two to four bedrooms. Shared amenities include an outdoor pool, pickleball and bocce ball courts, clubhouse, fitness center and access to The Club at 12 Oaks.
Other noteworthy projects
-A $125 million expansion is planned for Three Pillars Senior Living community in Dousman.
-Plans for a senior living community in Palo Alto were recently announced.
-Renovation plans for a Wyoming senior living community unveiled.