Another Interesting project by Mossien Associates!
We are proud to be a member of the Senior’s Choice team.
We have successfully completed more formal elderly housing from Canandaigua, NY to Madison, Wisconsin.
This will be our first 55 year old or higher project and there’s nothing elderly about the tenants, 55 is young.
The many site challenges we have will only make for a more wonderfully enjoyable somewhat nature driven experience.
Please read the D&C article below.by Meaghan M. McDermott; Staff writer; Democrat and Chronicle.
Developers of a proposed senior living community on Island Cottage Road in Greece are holding a public information meeting on their plans on Saturday, March 29.
“We’ve had some preliminary meetings with the town, completed a market study and came up with a plan so we’re essentially going to show the public what we’re going to propose to the town and collect some feedback,” said Louis Giardino of CEA International, representative for Senior’s Choice Developers.
The four-building complex is slated for 9 acres of land at 391-491 Island Cottage Road, and would be named Hunter’s Crossing in honor of 7-year-old Hunter Resch, a Paddy Hill Elementary School first-grader who was the victim of a murder-suicide.
To make way for the flat-roof three-story apartment buildings, existing barns on the site would be razed, as would the yellow brick house where Hunter was shot and killed by his father, who then turned the gun on himself on Feb. 12, 2010.
The site, bisected by Round Creek, is bordered by Route 390 and Island Cottage Road, an office complex and a Lifetime Assistance facility. Giardino said plans call for two buildings on each side of the creek, walking paths and outdoor amenities for residents such as bocce courts, a putting green, a vineyard and a community garden. He said the 1- and 2-bedroom apartments would offer luxury appointments such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
To move forward, developers need to have the parcel of land rezoned to multifamily senior zoning, which generally restricts occupancy to age 55 and up.
Giardino said he hopes to go before the town in coming weeks. If necessary approvals can be secured soon for the project from the town’s planning and zoning boards, he said construction could begin as early as this summer. Units could be available in the fall.
The public meeting will begin at 2 p.m. at Mother of Sorrows, 5000 Mt. Read Boulevard.
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