Lutheran Social Ministries Breaks Ground on Phase II Expansion of Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant in Ellicott City, Maryland

by Jeff Shaw

ELLICOTT CITY, Md. — Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland has broken ground on Phase II of its expansion at Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant. The seniors housing property is located in Ellicott City, a suburb west of Baltimore. 

The project will add a new performing arts center, chapel and independent living apartment building while expanding the healthcare center and assisted living to include a new memory care support neighborhood. 

The performing arts center and chapel will serve as a multifunctional, 17,000-square-foot space, a hub for residents and team members to gather, worship and celebrate.

The new independent living building will include 43 apartments and a gastro pub with indoor/outdoor dining. The memory care addition will support 16 beds.

“The project allows us to enhance our amenities and services for existing residents and grow to meet the needs of older adults in Howard County,” says Jeff Branch, president and CEO of Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland, the managing organization of the community.

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