Perkins Eastman Breaks Ground on 153-Unit Expansion at CCRC in Maryland

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Architecture firm Perkins Eastman has broken ground on Gardenside, a 153-unit expansion at Ingleside at King Farm, a continuing care retirement community in the Washington, D.C. suburb of Rockville.

Greenbriar Development is the main stakeholder in the nonprofit, faith-based community, which Ingleside operates. The expansion project will add 121 assisted living apartments and 32 memory care apartments. New amenities include a Center for Healthy Living, arts center, classrooms, library, meditation space, yoga studio, spa/salon, game room and clinical suite with doctor’s office and exam rooms.

Gardenside is scheduled for completion in 2019.

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