Harbour’s Edge Announces $20 Million Expansion, Renovation Project

May 11, 2015

in Organization News

Delray Beach, Fla. – Harbour’s Edge senior living community is breaking ground on a $20 million renovation project to enhance the community and best position it to serve the dynamic population of seniors in the area. The project will focus on building a new Lifelong Learning Center, which includes a media center, library and performing arts center. The project will also add a second dining venue, remodel the main restaurant, and make large-scale renovations to the fitness center and wellness areas, spa rooms, and a complete upgrade of the interior design throughout the main common area.

“This project will allow us to continue providing the atmosphere and amenities our residents have come to expect, while also bringing new ideas and creativity to the table,” said Steve Miller, executive director of Harbour’s Edge. “ We want to compete at the highest level when it comes to the restaurant and dining experience, hospitality, and providing seniors with engaging activities and opportunities to learn.”

This $20 million project is the second phase of the senior living community’s master plan for overall enhancements. The first phase of the renovation project was completed in 2013 with the enhancement of the community’s Health Center, which includes skilled nursing and short- and long-term rehabilitation services. That $5 million project included the expansion of its physical and occupational therapy room, state-of-the-art kitchen, dining room, and a complete upgrade of the interior design. Harbour’s Edge is a Life Care community providing residents with 266 independent living apartment homes, as well as a continuum of health care services.

“These renovations emphasize the modern options and variety today’s seniors expect at a senior living community,” said David Randazzo, regional operations director for Lifespace Communities, parent company of Harbour’s Edge. “The response by residents has been phenomenal, because we’ve kept the foundation of versatility within our community, while catering to new tastes and desires of the next generation of seniors.”

These designs are a reflection of Lifespace Communities’ and the Harbour’s Edge commitment to a lifestyle of vitality, quality services and first-rate amenities. Delray Beach Mayor Cary Glickstein joined leadership at the community and other dignitaries for the ceremonial groundbreaking.

Ohio-based CC Hodgson Architecture group has been selected as the designer for the project and Plaza Construction as the contractor. Construction and all phases of the project are scheduled to be complete by December 2016.

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