“The Green House helps give us tangible ways to live out our mission in the way we give care” – Deedre Vriesman, Resthaven CEO.
On June 25, Resthaven team members celebrated the groundbreaking of their second Green House home, officially kicking off development of the Janssen Cottage. In 2007 the Boersma Cottage opened at Resthaven for 10 elders.
The ceremony included a special thank you to the Resthaven Board of Directors, the Janssen family, all the donors, GMB Architecture & Engineering, CL Construction and the Holland community who are making this home a reality.
Congratulations to all!
Hover Senior Living Community will soon be the site of Green House homes for 48 elders. In late May, the weather cooperated in providing a beautiful backdrop for the groundbreaking ceremony.
The planning for these homes began five years ago and Hover President, Lisa Czolowski credited the community‘s volunteer board of directors for their dedication, saying, “This project couldn’t have happened without them — it‘s really a labor of love.”
The homes will officially be called The Katherine and Charles Hover Green House Neighborhood Homes.
The first elders are expected to move in by early Spring 2019 and all four homes should be completed by the end of Summer 2019. With the addition of the Green House homes, Hover will be considered a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) or Life Planned Community. The Hover campus includes nearly 119 apartments and 51 assisted living suites
Plans and architectural drawings call for the homes to be built in the Tudor architectural style of the surrounding structures.
Once complete, the new portion of the Hover Senior Living Facility would be the third Colorado Green House partner to adopt the model. The first two locations are in Mirasol Green House Homes in Loveland and Washington County Nursing Homes in Akron.
We wish the Hover team much success in the development of their homes!
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