Every engagement shares a single objective for us – to provide unparalleled services in senior living strategic planning, senior living project planning, senior living development, senior living project management, and specialized consulting in finance.
Senior living project types include repositioning/replacement and expansion for an existing senior living campus and development of a new campus or senior living community for full CCRCs or any of their components including assisted living and skilled nursing.
Eventus completed a review of previous development plans for a campus expansion to include the addition of independent living units adjacent to its existing skilled nursing and assisted living healthcare facilities. A new development plan has been prepared that incorporates a phasing plan and revises the scope of facilities, service programs, and financial structure. Eventus is directing the implementation of an initial phase of 167 apartments and a 30,000 sf commons building. Marketing began in September 2015 since completing land use and regulatory approvals and financing was completed in August 2019. Construction is underway for completion in stages by mid-2021.
Gurwin Jewish, a long-standing provider of skilled nursing and assisted living services, purchased land contiguous to its campus to allow for a new CCRC project. Eventus completed a review of Gurwin’s previous plans for this development and recommended significant design, program modifications, and financial plan along with a phased development approach. Eventus provided project management oversight for the Phase I development process that consisted of approximately 102 apartments, 29 terrace units, and a 24,000 sf commons building.
Planning began in 2006 to revise previous plans for major independent living addition and healthcare facility replacement. An initial phase was designed to include the addition of 88 apartments in a new seven-story building; a 218-seat Cultural Arts Center, a bistro/marketplace and expanded and redesigned main dining room, new parking garage, and a glass-walled interior promenade called Main Street that includes an art gallery, salon/spa, and expanded library. The marketing program began in 2008 and concluded with the financing in December 2009 through the issuance of $89 million in tax-exempt bonds. The Project was completed in October 2011. Eventus is currently leading a study to update the master plan for replacing the health care facility and enhancing certain common areas and services.