Presbyterian Communities Nears Completion of $93M CCRC Expansion in Dallas

by Jeff Shaw

DALLAS — Nonprofit operator Presbyterian Communities and Services is nearing completion of the $93 million expansion of Presbyterian Village North, a continuing care retirement community in Dallas.

The project began in 2015 and is expanding the assisted living and memory care building while adding two independent living buildings, a fitness center, pool, spa, café, transitional care unit, park and chapel.

One of the new independent living buildings, named Martins Landing, is finished and residents will begin moving in this month. The developers expect to complete the second independent living building, Leonard Rose Villas, by the end of the summer. The new transitional care unit is slated for completion by the end of the year. The fitness center is scheduled to open in September, and the chapel is scheduled to open in August.

Presbyterian Village North is located on 63 acres in North Dallas. Its sponsor, Dallas-based Presbyterian Communities and Services, operates two nonprofit CCRCs as well as a hospice organization. 

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