SPRINGFIELD, Va. — Erickson Living has opened Dogwood Commons, an assisted living and memory care expansion of the company’s Greenspring community in Springfield.
Located approximately 15 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., the four-story, 77,500-square-foot building has already started accepting new residents.
The new building is part of Greenspring’s multi-phase, multi-year plan to expand and renovate its existing assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing care residences, along with amenity spaces. Dogwood Commons provides 53 assisted living apartment homes and 26 memory care suites.
When the multi-year project is complete, Greenspring’s continuing care neighborhood will have a total of 176 assisted living apartment homes, 59 memory care residences and 62 skilled nursing residences.
Greenspring is supported by National Senior Campuses, a nonprofit board providing operational and financial oversight. The community’s continuing care neighborhood has a five-star overall quality rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and was named a Top Workplace by the Washington Post in 2018.
Greenspring is one of 20 continuing care retirement communities developed and managed by Erickson Living. The nonprofit community is situated on 58 acres and serves more than 2,000 residents and 1,000 employees.