The new two-story New York State-Licensed community will consist of 79 assisted living apartments, and a 32-unit memory care community serving residents who need specialized care for Alzheimer’s and other dementias.The $23 million project, which is scheduled to be complete in fall 2016, is expected to create 140 construction and 70 permanent jobs.
Rochester Regional Health's The Village at Unity— will manage the community. The Village currently manages more than300 independent living, assisted living, memory care units.Columbia/Wegman Acquisition II, which is building assisted living communities nationwide, is a joint venture between Rochester-based Wegman Companies and Seattle-based Columbia Pacific Senior Housing Fund II.
“My grandfather, father, and now my siblings and I, have been involved with Rochester Regional Health for many years—and we share similar values when it comes to senior care,” said Jay Wegman, vice president, Wegman Companies, Inc.
“We are proud to partner with Wegman Companies as we share a commitment to excellence,” said Don Felter, president, Rochester Regional Health Housing Division. “Residents living in this new community will enjoy a state of the art facility, and benefit from our extensive experience and resources in support of their health, safety and well-being.”
Rochester Regional Health is an integrated health services organization serving the people of Western New York, the Finger Lakes and beyond. The system includes 150 locations: five hospitals; more than 100 primary and specialty practices, rehabilitation centers and ambulatory campuses; innovative senior services, facilities and independent housing; a wide range of behavioral health services; and ACM Medical Laboratory, a global leader in patient and clinical trials. Rochester Regional Health, the region’s second-largest employer, was named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes in 2015. Learn more at rochesterregionalhealth.org.
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