Play the below video to view a recent fly over of the future site!
Initial plans for the highly anticipated state-of-the-art Health Center have been announced by The Heritage of Green Hills, a healthy lifeplan community for seniors in Shillington, Pa.
Now in its 11th year, the community has just won both the Berks County Living’s Best of Berks and the Reading Eagle’s Readers’ Choice awards for four years in a row.
The new building, which is set to open in 2022, will feature 70 spacious personal care and memory care one-bedroom and studio suites. Each home will include a private bath with top-of-the-line fixtures.
The personal care suites will be the largest assisted-living-style homes available in the market. Each one will include a kitchenette with deluxe finishes.
Residents in both personal care and memory suites will enjoy all the benefits of the Heritage of Green Hills’ community-wide Well by Design program. Personalized activities, programming and services in this mind, body and spirit initiative focus on eight dimensions of wellness — social, physical, intellectual, emotional, vocational, spiritual, environmental and health services — to empower residents to live rich, fulfilling lives.
“We look forward to continuing the Well by Design program for personal care and memory care in the new Health Center and are very excited about the ways its offerings will be enhanced by the new facilities,” says Melissa Oley, Marketing & Admissions Liaison for Personal and Memory Care at the Heritage of Green Hills.
The Health Center’s concrete and steel construction will feature wide hallways and oversized windows to allow for an abundance of natural light and afford residents picturesque views of the community’s scenic 78-acre campus.
The exterior design will complement the community’s existing buildings, rolling hills and lush green setting.
The official groundbreaking ceremony took place in late April and a grand opening is slated for summer 2022.
The Heritage of Green Hills offers amenities-rich independent living for seniors, as well as long- and short-term personal care and secure memory care in its established on-campus neighborhood.
“The new Health Center is the latest example of how the Heritage continues to evolve to better serve its current and future residents,” says Heritage of Green Hills Executive Director Doug Walther. “We’re incredibly proud of its design and can’t wait to share more details about the Center soon.”
For construction inquiries, please contact the owner’s representative, William Haase at 612.333.9000.