DALLAS — Presbyterian Communities and Services has unveiled plans for a new independent living building at Presbyterian Village North, a continuing care retirement community in Dallas.
The project will add 102 one- and two-bedroom apartments to the campus. This is the property’s second expansion in recent years. The sponsor completed a $93 million expansion in 2016 that expanded assisted living and memory care services while adding two new independent living buildings.
“We received a great response from the 2016 expansion, and most of those residences are now occupied,” says Bryan Cooper, executive director of Presbyterian Village North. “With this new expansion, we seek to address more market demands by providing seniors housing that meets the desires and needs of today’s seniors.”
The new building will take the place of an older, outdated building. It will be positioned over an underground parking garage and will connect to the Corrigan Building, the main hub of the campus which houses many of the amenities and much of the residential activity.
Construction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2020, with move-ins starting in 2021.
Presbyterian Village North is a faith-based, nonprofit continuing care retirement community offering independent living, assisted living, short-stay rehab services, skilled nursing and certified memory care. The properties sit on a 66-acre campus in North Dallas.