ROCKVILLE, Md. — Ingleside, a nonprofit operator based in Washington, D.C., has unveiled plans to add 125 independent living units and a new 32-unit memory care building at Ingleside at King Farm, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in the D.C. suburb of Rockville.
In addition to the new units, the addition, named Gardenside, will include a Center for Healthy Living, which will include a creative arts center, meditation space, yoga studios, spa and salon, courtyards, al fresco dining options, and an outdoor patio for art, tai chi and yoga.
Architecture firm Perkins Eastman, development firm Greenbrier Development and contractor Whiting-Turner will all provide services on the project. Westminster Ingleside Group will manage the project.
Ingleside expects to open the expansion in 2019 or 2020. Development costs were not disclosed.