Senior Lifestyle Corporation, an proprietor, operator and developer of senior dwelling communities, and Kaufman Jacobs, a Chicago-based privately-held actual property funding agency, broke floor on The Sheridan at River Forest on September 30, 2019. The Sheridan at River Forest will characteristic 92 assisted dwelling condo properties, in addition to 33 reminiscence care residences developed particularly to help these with Alzheimer’s, dementia and different memory-impairing diseases.
Designed by OKW Architects to create an environment by which residents can take pleasure in dwelling in stunning River Forest, Illinois, the constructing will embrace top-tier facilities comparable to a bar and bistro eating possibility with pizza oven, eating and dwelling rooms, spacious residences, a bodily remedy studio, an onsite hair salon, a health studio, a landscaped rooftop patio and on-site parking.
“The Village of River Forest goes above and beyond to support the needs of its seniors (especially those suffering from some form of dementia). Their extraordinary efforts have led to River Forest’s recognition as a ‘dementia-friendly community’ by Dementia Friendly America,” mentioned Robert Gawronski, vice chairman of improvement and acquisitions at Senior Way of life. “With 33 of its 125 apartments specifically designed to serve residents in need of memory care, The Sheridan at River Forest will help fulfill the village’s goal of expanding the available dementia care resources in town while also offering high-quality housing and care options for seniors in need of assisted living.”
Focusing on an early 2021 opening, The Sheridan at River Forest will mirror the trendy, city really feel of the neighborhood with nods to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home positioned simply three blocks from the neighborhood. Along with offering a spread of assisted dwelling and reminiscence care lodging to fulfill the housing wants of River Forest’s rising senior inhabitants, The Sheridan at River Forest will even create greater than 100 new jobs locally. The retirement neighborhood will sit on 1.5 acres of land at on the nook of Chicago and Harlem, simply blocks from Chicago’s public transit system.