By Mary Hopfner-Thomas / Posted on April 14th, 2015
While cold temperatures and snow undoubtedly create challenges for construction crews…the Green House homes being developed in Lawrenceville, New Jersey are still set to open within the next four to five months.
Morris Hall Meadows will include six skilled nursing Green House homes. Ten Elders will live in each home, which will include their own private bedroom and bath, a central hearth area with a fireplace, full kitchen with home cooked meals and a dining area.
Morris Hall consists of St. Mary’s Assisted and Residential Living and St. Joseph Skilled Nursing Center.
When the project was announced to the community, Darlene Hanley, President and CEO of Morris Hall/St. Lawrence, Inc., expressed, “The goal of the Green House Project and Morris Hall Meadow is to give options to consumers. Currently, there is only one Green House community in New Jersey, and we will be the second one in the state. We welcome the opportunity to share this unique project with the community and are pleased to offer both traditional and innovative options in nursing home care.”
The homes in Morris Hall Meadows will be Medicare and Medicaid approved. Elders will have access to an array of services, further complemented by the therapy resources of St. Lawrence Rehabilitation center.
We are most excited about this project in New Jersey and look forward to the Grand Opening late this summer!