Design Briefs, October 2017

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  • Primrose Retirement Communities recently started construction on a new $4.9 million memory care residence in Lancaster, OH, which upon completion in spring 2018 will feature nearly 25,000 sq. ft. of living space for memory-impaired residents. The community will feature 24 private suites and will include a spa and beauty salon, coffee bar, library, dining and living rooms and an interior courtyard with a fountain.
  • The historic Residences at Thomas Circle in Washington, D.C., recently completed an extensive modernization of its 63-year-old property. Located in a residential neighborhood blocks away from the White House, the refurbished interior now showcases the natural light and historical architecture of the surrounding community. The upgrades include a new space plan with multifunctional areas serving as social gathering spots and décor with classic furnishings and fine art landmark photography.
  • Cedarhurst Assisted Living and Memory Care recently broke ground in Yorkville, IL. Along with 53 assisted living apartments, the memory care wing will host 20 residents.

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