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Presbyterian Homes and Services open Iowa community
Presbyterian Homes and Services (PHS) recently opened the HallMar Village senior living community as a shared ministry of PHS and Mercy Medical Center.
The community is located on a 42-acre property and includes 117 independent living apartments, 40 assisted living apartments, 20 memory care apartments and 60 care center suites.
Amenities include a chapel, community room, conservatory with plants and natural light, restaurant-style dining, bistro, wellness center, salon, spa and theater. Outdoor features include patios, gardening space and walking trails.
The community is connected to The Chris and Suzy DeWolf Family Innovation Center for Aging and Dementia.
Spring Hills Senior Communities reopens Florida community
Three decades after it opened, Spring Hills Lake Mary Assisted Living marked a grand re-opening ceremony this week.
Improvements to the community include new furniture, new carpet, window treatments and artwork. Upgrades were made to rooms including new flooring and cabinets, along with other improvements.
Spring Hills Senior Communities holds locations in six states offering assisted living and memory care services.
Other noteworthy projects
- Additional commercial and restaurant space approved near Plano, Texas senior living community.
- Public hearing held for planned Bolsa Chica Senior Living Community
- A $120 million, 120-acre mixed-use campus could include senior living in Huxley, Iowa.
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- MorningPointe Senior Living to mark the groundbreaking of a memory care community known as The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence.