A huge chunk of land in Centerville is being developed for senior housing on the south side of town.
About 70 acres of the former Rabold Farm are being shaped into roads, lots and buildings for the Randall Residence of Centerville and Woodland Greens homesites at a cost of $42 million.
The new buildings under construction will house nearly 500 residents including assisted living apartments and memory support apartments with a total of 171,021-square-feet of space.
The campus will feature walking trails, multiple dining options, a theater and a pub. Medical and non-medical support services will be available at the facility, according to the company.
“Woodland Greens, a single-family housing development, will occupy nearly a third of the open former farmland, to the north of the Randall Residence,” said Andrew Rodney, city planner and zoning administrator.
“Woodland Greens has 65 home lots, with 26 home lots and one pond lot in Section One nearest to Paragon Road,” Rodney said. “The remaining lots will be developed in subsequent sections.”
The Randall Residence is expected to be opened in May 2019.
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