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PMMA’S WICHITA PRESBYTERIAN MANOR TO BE REDEVELOPED

Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America has announced a redevelopment project at Wichita Presbyterian Manor, a senior living community in Wichita, Kan. The first phase of redevelopment will include 48 new assisted living apartments, 24 assisted living memory support suites and 50 skilled nursing beds. The second phase will add 90 new independent living units. New commons spaces, dining areas and administrative offices are also included in the redevelopment plan.

Work on the 42-year-old community’s first phase is expected to begin in spring 2013 and be completed a year later. Click here to learn more about Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America and its communities.

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HEALTH CARE REFORM: THE GREYSTONE EVENT PANEL DISCUSSION

Guest speakers Gary Shorb and Pamela Landman participated in The Optimist’s Guide to Health Care presentation at The Greystone Event 2012, held this July in Irving, Texas. Gary is president and CEO of Methodist Health System. Pamela is special counsel in the Health Care/Not-For-Profit Group at law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. Together with Greystone’s Sue Plasterr, these two industry experts discussed the Supreme Court’s Afforable Care Act ruling, accountable care organizations and what reform means for senior living. Use the video players below to see this presentation in its entirety. Check back soon for another presentation from The Greystone Event 2012.

 

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PHOTOS: PHASE IV EXPANSION AT REDSTONE VILLAGE

Redstone Village’s fourth phase is nearing completion. The independent living dining and memory support kitchen areas were completed in June. The third area – including 36 independent living apartments, an aquatics center, fitness center and parking garage – is expected to be complete by November. Fite Building Company, the general contractor, is finishing drywall installation and beginning final touches such as paint, cabinets and tile flooring.

Redstone Village is a continuing care retirement community in Huntsville, Ala. Greystone has served as development consultant on each of Redstone’s four phases and management consultant since the community’s opening in 2004. Click here to learn more about Redstone Village. See photos of Phase IV in the gallery below.

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PHOTOS: THE ADMIRAL’S OPENING

The first independent living residents have moved into The Admiral at the Lake, a new CCRC located in Chicago. The former Admiral at the Lake was razed in 2007 to make way for this new and modern version. The first residents of the new Admiral were also residents of the former Admiral.

Reaching 31 stories at its highest point, The Admiral includes 200 independent living apartments, 39 assisted living apartments, 17 memory support apartments and 36 skilled nursing beds.

Founded in 1858, The Admiral at the Lake is affiliated with The Kendal Corporation. Greystone has served as development consultant on this project. See images of The Admiral in the gallery below. Click here to learn more about this new Lifecare community.

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VIDEO: THE GREYSTONE EVENT 2012

Senior living providers and professionals from across the country gathered in Texas last month for The Greystone Event 2012. Click the video player below to see a brief glimpse of all that went on during this two-day function. Check back soon for more content from The Event.

 

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PHOTOS: MIRALEA TAKES SHAPE

Construction is nearing completion at Miralea, a new independent living community on the Masonic campus in Louisville, Ky. This $43 million project will include 90 independent living apartments and 12 patio homes when completed. Residents are expected to begin moving in by mid-October.

See Miralea’s progress in the photos below. The focus of construction is beginning to shift from the exterior to interior. The main building and cottages now completely under roof. Once the exterior work is completely, the paving of roads will begin.

The project team includes: Masonic Homes of Kentucky, Greystone, AG Architecture, Reese Design Collaborative, BosseMattingly and Ziegler. Click here to learn more about Miralea.

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