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Ann’s Choice Moving Forward with Expansion of Assisted Living Facility

July 26, 2016

Warminster, Pa. – Ann's Choice retirement community, developed and managed by Erickson Living, is moving ahead with plans to expand and renovate its continuing care neighborhood, Rose Gardens.

Construction is expected to begin in early 2017 and will include an expansion of over 50,000 square feet, featuring an addition of 61 new assisted living apartment homes and a renovation of 44 existing apartment homes that will be available for memory care services.

The project was undertaken with valuable feedback from current and prospective residents. As a result, apartments will vary in size from studio to one and two-bedroom layout options. Additionally, living spaces will feature a private full bath, include a kitchenette and some apartments will have patios leading to an enclosed courtyard.

Other neighborhood enhancements will feature new and updated community amenities, including a private dining room, fitness room, a bistro, salon and spa, a private park-like courtyard, a media room and a rooftop garden for memory care residents.

"This project allows Ann's Choice to offer an increased array of patient-centered care services in our continuing care community," said Chris Donati, executive director of Ann's Choice. "We are dedicated to serving residents in a manner that helps them achieve optimum health along the normal aging process."

The project is being designed by the nationally recognized, LEED-certified architectural firm SFCS, headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia who has a local office in Conshohocken Pennsylvania. SFCS brings over 90 years of experience to the project.

Photo: Pictured is Ann's Choice continuing care neighborhood, Rose Gardens. The expansion and renovation of the neighborhood is expected to begin in early 2017

About Ann's Choice: Ann's Choice is one of 19 continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living. Located in Warminster, Pennsylvania, the scenic 103-acre campus is home to more than 2,000 residents.