Centerville assisted living facility adds $42M expansion

A $42 million assisted living facility is about to open in Centerville, expanding the long-term care options under Graceworks Lutheran Services.

Crescent Crossing Assisted Living has been under construction since June and when it opens will have 73 units and join the 100-acre Bethany Village senior living campus.

A ribbon cutting for Crescent Crossing will be 10 a.m. Jan. 11.

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The project is wrapping up during a surge in construction of assisted living facilties across the region

The 90,000 square foot facility at 6451 Far Hills Ave. includes a dining room, coffee bar, movie theater, exercise room, and “Wholeness of Life” center for worship and fellowship.

The project replaces the Arbor assisted living wing, which had 22 units. The new suites are double the size of the previous rooms.

This is the first major construction project in a decade at Bethany Village, which also has residential living, short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing home care, and memory care. The nonprofit parent company Graceworks also has a home health agency.

The expansion created 50 new jobs.

C.C. Hodgson Architectural Group designed Crescent Crossing and Messer was contracted to lead construction.

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