Great article in Leading Age, (formerly AAHSA).
Young suburb of Lakeville, Minnesota turning to senior housing development for a community for a lifetime.
Neat forum being put on at the Univerity of Minnesota next week on lifelong housing, which ties directly to the future of senior housing.
City of Apple Valley embraces senior housing in its long-term vision of a health community.
The new Ecumen Seasons at Apple Valley will offer 134 well-appointed one-and two-bedroom apartment homes for seniors seeking independent or assisted living, where residents can add a la carte supportive services as they want them. A memory care neighborhood will feature 14 studio and one bedroom apartments, and will include an enhanced care neighborhood for residents with more intensive care needs.
“Our goal with Ecumen Seasons at Apple Valley is to create a community that is a vital, integrated part of the neighborhood,” said Julie Walton, leader of Ecumen Seasons at Apple Valley. "We're located in the 60-acre Central Village development, a pedestrian-oriented neighborhood that will include a variety of housing, retail, office, restaurant, and other uses."
Read more in today's StarTribune, or open this article for the full story.
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Great article by Dana Wollschlager, Ecumen Director of Real Estate Development!