Meadowood Senior Living Breaks Ground on $30M Expansion

Meadowood Senior Living Breaks Ground on $30M Expansion

WORCESTER, Pa. – On Monday, September 24, Meadowood Senior Living broke ground on
The Grove, a $30 million expansion project. The project will add 52 new independent living
residences to the community, and the first phase is expected to open in November 2019.
“The Grove will provide a contemporary and enhanced independent living option within
Meadowood, and will also raise the bar for senior living in the central Montgomery County
area,” Meadowood President & CEO Paul Nordeman said. “This project will also use
sustainable design concepts to ensure The Grove’s environmental impact is minimal, from
construction through occupancy. Beginning this expansion is the highlight of our 30th year
serving seniors, and The Grove will take us into the next decade and beyond.”

The Grove will add four buildings to the Meadowood campus, and it will be completed in
two phases of two new buildings each. While the first phase will finish in November 2019,
Meadowood is planning to complete The Grove in January 2020. The new buildings will
contain 13 apartment homes each, with residences ranging from 1,400 to 1,800 square feet.
All of The Grove’s independent living apartment homes will feature open-concept floor
plans and ground-floor, indoor parking — features that today’s seniors expect from a
community tailored for them. Each home in The Grove will also offer a “corner view”
layout, which lets in plenty of natural light and offers views of Meadowood’s 133-acre,
park-like campus.

Meadowood Senior Living Board of Directors Chair, Bruce McKenney addresses the crowd at the Grove groundbreaking ceremony on September 24, 2018.
Paul Nordeman, Meadowood Senior Living President & CEO addresses the crowd at the Grove groundbreaking ceremony on September 24, 2018.
Grove depositors and Meadowood Senior Living Vice President of Marketing, Shannon Grieb “break ground” on The Grove!
rendering of The Grove

 

Meadowood Senior Living Breaks Ground on $30M Expansion