The construction of Keystone Place at Magnolia Commons, a 180,000 square foot new senior living community along 245 Magnolia Avenue just off Illinois Route 157 in Glen Carbon, an area known for its medical facilities, senior housing and professional service facilities began .
Contracted by Holland Construction Services, a full-service construction management, general contractor and design/construction company, the project involves the construction of a four-story building comprising a total of 79 self-contained living units, 43 assisted care units and 20 memorial care units.
Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen and dining room, movie theater, parlor, bistro and fitness center. Gori and Associates designed the project, which upon completion in spring 2023 will be Keystone’s second senior housing development to be built by Holland Construction. Last year Holland completed Keystone Place on Richland Creek in O’Fallon, Illinois.
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Keystone Place’s ultra-inclusive service package at Magnolia Commons provides meals, housekeeping, transportation and life-enrichment opportunities that enable residents to engage, explore and maximize their personal well-being.
Notes on Keystone Place at Magnolia Commons
Celebrating the start of construction on Keystone Place at Magnolia Commons, Brent Kingen, Chief Operating Officer of Keystone Senior Management Services, said they were excited to offer a new rental housing option for adults seeking a safe, secure and maintenance-free, service-rich lifestyle.
However, Tim Simon, Holland’s Senior Project Manager, said the past experience of building facilities like this, which include three different types of care levels, is very helpful in this project.
“That’s an advantage because we understand the ‘why’, why the client designed things a certain way. We understand their goals from a residential facility perspective and can ensure that the building provides a quality living environment for each resident, whatever their needs,” explained Simon.