Cedarhurst Senior Living

Under construction and shooting for a December opening is Cedarhurst Senior Living complex at the Landin/Trier/Maysville roads roundabout north of New Haven.

Cedarhurst Senior Living, which is under construction north of New Haven, is working toward opening by the end of the year.

The facility is at the Landin/Trier/Maysville roundabout. The office was scheduled to open June 22 to receive persons interested in learning about the facility.

Fifty-six one- and two-bedroom apartments will be available for assisted living clients and 27 studio apartments will be dedicated to memory care residents.

According to Bethany Clapper, community relations director, much interest has been generated and Cedarhurst has been receiving phone calls and emails from people wanting to be included on the waiting list. She and Executive Director Kris Lundquist will be available to talk with later this month at the facility at 9210 Maysville Road. Interested parties will be able to view floor plans, learn about the services and prices and see a video presentation. Tours will not be available because of the continuing construction.

The complex includes a spacious dining room, a comfortable living/family area, an activity room, two spas, a theater room, three garden plots and a “breezeway area” that has a game room, a billiards table and a full kitchen where residents and families can fix a meal or bake a cake. Outpatient therapy will be conducted in a large space that will be operated by Encompass Therapy, which is a Cedarhurst subsidiary.

In addition to this facility, which is the first built by Cedarhurst in Indiana, a second one is under construction in Dyer, in Lake County.

To learn more about Cedarhurst Senior Living, check out their website at cedarhurstliving.com or call Bethany Clapper at 260-224-4639.

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