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Chicago Scots receives $14M gift from The Negaunee Foundation
The Chicago Scots nonprofit received $14 million from the Negaunee Foundation to help transform the organization’s legacy building, the Scottish Home at Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care.
Chicago Scots will work with the Alford Group on transforming the community. The donation also marks the largest contribution in the organization’s history, a news release said.
Construction: In Progress
LCS, Ryan Companies and Harrison Street announce Nashville community progressing
Clarendale West End announced that a new marketing and information center is now open for prospective residents.
The center gives insights into the community’s floor plans, pricing and planned interior design. The community itself is set to open next fall near Vanderbilt University and downtown Nashville.
The community will include 172 IL, AL and memory care apartments. Amenities include multiple dining venues, bistro, bar options, private dining room, movie theater, fitness equipment, salon and spa, arts programming, transportation and more.
Chelsea Senior Living adds New Jersey community
Chelsea Senior LIving recently opened its newest assisted living and memory care community, The Chelsea at Washington Township in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Residents started moving into the community last month. The community includes restaurant-style dining, weekly housekeeping, concierge, expert clinical care, on-site therapy services via Fox REhab, movie theater, social lounge, media center and fitness center. The community is the company’s 23rd development and 18th in New Jersey.
Chelsea and CSH are also working on an additional community in West Orange, New Jersey set to open in 2025, with future projects in New Jersey and New York being planned but not yet finalized.
Affordable, 55+ community developed by AO in California
Architecture firm AO recently completed Virginia Street Studios in San Jose, California.
The community is a six-story 55+ affordable housing development that adds 301 units to the local market with modular design in partnership with Autovol Volumetric Modular and modular construction consultant Prefab Logic.
This marks the first modular multifamily housing project completed in the U.S. from Autovol and the second for AO.
Amenities include a private, 9,460 square-foot rooftop courtyard with seating, barbecues and urban gardens for residents with a 15,440 square-foot courtyard that adds a fitness studio and lobby.
Atlanta-based developer to transform aging workplace into senior living facility.
The Kalispell City Council approved the expansion of Immanuel Lutheran Communities.
A senior living facility is planned for Cumberland County in Pennsylvania.
Woda Cooper and the Housing Services Alliance recently unveiled a new community Haven Crossing in Walton, Kentucky.