CCRC expansion to be complete in December

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An artist's rendering of 29th Place at Cascade Manor.
An artist's rendering of 29th Place at Cascade Manor.

Cascade Manor, Eugene, OR's only accredited continuing care retirement community, is progressing on its nearly $10 million expansion project, which will create new independent living apartment homes, add new community amenities and enhance current community features.

The expansion, called 29th Place at Cascade Manor, will add 82,200 square feet to the senior living community and will bring nine additional full-time positions with the opening of the new building. The project includes 30 two-bedroom and two-bedroom-plus-den floorplans ranging from 1,330 to 2,700 square feet. More than 75% of the 29th Place expansion already has been reserved for incoming residents, who are expected to move in by the end of December.

In addition to new, larger housing options, the community is adding a new dining venue and a courtyard with exterior seating to give residents more choices for dining. Cascade Manor also is renovating existing common spaces, including the dining room, main lobby, library and exterior finishes on the entire campus. New and renovated spaces will include upgraded finishes and textiles.

Cascade Manor is partnering with Ankrom Moisan Architects to design and implement the new additions associated with 29th Place.

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