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Senior living company completes $9M community

January 11, 2018
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Grand Village Assisted Living & Memory Care community sitting room
The community sitting room at Grand Village Assisted Living & Memory Care in Grandville. Courtesy Leisure Living Management

Construction has finished on a new $9-million assisted living facility in the area.

Grand Rapids-based Leisure Living Management, a senior lifestyle services company, plans to open Grand Village Assisted Living & Memory Care in Grandville, at 3939 44th St. SW, by the end of the month.

The facility was built to help accommodate an identified need for senior housing, according to Samantha Thelen, director of business development, Leisure Living Management.

She said the company felt the “small size and boutique amenities” offered something new to Grandville.

The campus contains one one-story, 43,000-square-foot building with 30 assisted living apartments and 14 memory care apartments. 

Grand Village will accommodate singles and couples with “spacious floor plans,” community spaces and secure and landscaped walking paths.

Services provided include assistance from staff and all the activities of daily living, such as meals, life-enrichment activities, laundry, social events and more.

Beth Terborg will lead the community.

There will be 44 total full-time and part-time employees at the community once hiring is finished. 

“We feel honored to be walking side by side with families and residents as they journey through this stage of their lives,” said Neil Kraay, president, Leisure Living Management.  

Founded in 1995, Leisure Living Management oversees 25 senior living facilities around Michigan.

Firms on the project

Architecture was done by Gaylord-based Seidell Architects.

The contractor was Grand Rapids-based Omega Construction.

The interior designer was Cath McGlynn from RD Interior Design in Grand Haven.

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