LINO LAKES, Minn. — Lyngblomsten, a Minnesota-baed nonprofit senior services organization, has opened Lyngblomsten at Lino Lakes, approximately 20 miles northeast of Minneapolis.
Located on 16 acres, Lyngblomsten at Lino Lakes is home to 20 detached rental townhomes and a multi-level senior living building that includes 96 independent living apartments, 35 assisted living apartments and 17 memory care suites. A second phase is planned to later add a skilled nursing wing.
This is Lyngblomsten’s first continuing care retirement community (CCRC) campus to be constructed since 1912 (the other being its campus in the Como Park neighborhood of St. Paul).
Wold Architects and Engineers, a Saint Paul-based architectural and engineering firm with senior living design expertise, designed the property. Grand Real Estate Advisors served as development advisor, with Weis Builders as construction manager for the project and Dane Allen Homes overseeing the construction of the townhomes.