Construction will begin soon on HarborChase of Beavercreek, a senior retirement community of 110 apartments that is scheduled to be ready for its first residents next summer.
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The complex will be a 122,000 square-foot “assisted living and memory care community” at 4175 Indian Ripple Road, according to a release from the project partners Confluent Development and Harbor Retirement Associates.
The “luxury retirement community” will be divided into 64 assisted living and 46 memory care apartments, according to the release.
The building site is on seven acres, nearly four of which will be open space.
The community will be operated by staff around the clock and feature full-service dining, a barber, beauty salon, library, fitness and wellness center, gardens and multiple recreational rooms and programs, according to the release.
The facility will be managed by HRA, a Florida-based senior living development and management company. Project partner Confluent Development is a real estate and development firm that owns and develops commercial properties throughout the country.
“We’re excited to bring our distinctive brand of senior living to Beavercreek,” Tim Smick, CEO of Harbor Retirement Associates, said in a prepared statement. “HarborChase of Beavercreek will provide meaningful jobs for many local residents, and we look forward to serving the families and older adults of the Beavercreek and Dayton area for decades to come.”
Marshall Burton, Confluent Development president and CEO, said in a prepared statement that they are “honored to help support the need for quality senior living in the area.”
“HarborChase of Beavercreek will offer first-class amenities and resort-style living to Dayton residents,” Burton’s statement reads. “We are thrilled to continue growing our already strong relationship with Harbor Retirement Associates.”
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