New Senior Housing Plan to be Pitched to Stillwater City Council
Stillwater’s City Council will consider a proposal for a new $70 million senior living facility near Long Lake, just east of Rutherford Elementary School.
According to the Stillwater Gazette, Intergenerational Living & Health Care, Inc. (ILHC), the developer, wants to construct a high-end, mixed-unit senior living community in three phases.
Phase 1 would include a 139-unit facility including independent and assisted living, as well as memory care, the second phase would include 30 independent living villas, and the third phase would add 70 apartments for active adults, the report said.
The previous plan included the request for a height variance, something this project doesn’t include, the report said.
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