MENOMONEE FALLS – The village board has approved a permit to build 228-unit senior housing community on the village’s northwest side.
Grace Senior Campus will be built east of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, W196 N9525 Cross View Way, and west of Maple Road, according to a village staff report.
The development, proposed by Waukesha-based Capri Senior Communities, will include 153 independent-living units, 48 assisted-living units and 27 memory-care units, the staff report said. Capri operates about 15 senior-living facilities, most of which are in Southeastern Wisconsin.
The campus will consist of one main building and eight four-unit, independent-living buildings with separate entrances and garages. The main building will also house independent-living units in three- to four-story apartment wings.
Assisted-living and memory-care units will be in separate wings in the main building, which will have outdoor terraces and courtyards between them, according to the report.
The main building will have 120 underground parking stalls and 69 surface stalls, the report said. It will also have a central commons area connecting the different wings.
The developer plans to begin construction in the spring and open by late summer 2019, according to Matthew Carran, director of community development at the village.
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