Legend, Maco Development Break Ground on Senior Projects
By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor
Legend Senior Living has broken ground on a $13 million senior living center in Tulsa Hills, its third such facility in the Tulsa metropolitan area. The 86-unit facility will specialize in assisted living and memory care, Tulsa World reports.
The 478,000 square feet facility will feature an 18-apartment section dubbed The Reflections Memory Care Residence, dedicated to residents with impaired memory, according to the World. Construction is expected to be complete in early 2014.
Amenities will include a theater, private dining room, kitchen, a massage and therapy room and an activity room. The company recently completed the construction of its second assisted living center in Tulsa, the Legend at Mingo Road.
In other senior living news, Tulsa World reports that Clarkton, Mo.-based Maco Development Co. has broken ground on Northwind Estates, a $5.5 million senior living complex in north Tulsa. Upon completion, the property will feature 60 apartment units for independently living lower-income seniors, according to Jason Maddox of Maco Development Co.
Northwind will consist of 10 six-unit clusters and an 11th building that will house an office, laundry facilities and a community area. The complex will include one- and two-bedroom units varying in size from 752 to 984 square feet. Units will rent for prices ranging from $460 to $550.
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