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Leisure Living Management Invests nearly $80 million in Healthcare Facilities in Michigan

Tuesday, September 5, 2017  
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Leisure Living Management invests more than $30 million in healthcare facilities in Michigan in 2017 and projects $50 million more in the next 24 months.

Leisure Living Management, a Michigan based privately owned senior living management company, completed construction on two new locations and a 20-apartment expansion in August and will open an additional location in December. Leisure Living Management now offers 25 communities throughout Michigan where their mission is "to honor God by providing high quality senior lifestyle services that promotes the value and dignity of every person".

On August 15, Grandhaven Living Center expanded its campus to 100 assisted living and memory care apartments to better serve the Lansing area. The 20 new apartments include studio, one-bedroom and one-bedroom deluxe floor plans. The expansion cost approximately $3 million.

Located in Canton, Michigan, Glen Abbey Assisted Living opened on August 16. The $8 million boutique style property has 41 apartments including studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom deluxe and two bedroom floor plans.

Springvale Assisted Living began serving seniors in Swartz Creek on August 23. The community features 48 apartments to serve both singles and couples in a variety of floor plans including studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom deluxe and two bedrooms. The new facility cost approximately $8 million.

Leisure Living Management plans to open an additional 44-apartment community, Grand Village Assisted Living, in Grandville this December.

“With the completion of three major community projects this month, we now have the privilege to serve over 1000 Michigan seniors each day,” said Samantha Thelen, Director of Business Development of Leisure Living Management. “We are so blessed to share life’s journey with our residents each and every day.”

“When our residents trust us for the care they need, we know we’ve done our job,” said Neil Kraay, President and Owner of Leisure Living Management. “We’ve thoughtfully designed our buildings, so each resident can live each day with purpose.”


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