The Douglas Company is proud to be part of the team to make this a reality for the community of Lancaster
HOLLAND, OH, July 19, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Douglas Company, general contractor, recently broke ground on a new 24-unit memory care community in Lancaster, Ohio. The $4.9 million project is owned by Primrose Retirement Communities, with an expected completion date in the Spring of 2018.
Primrose Memory Care Community, designed by WAI Continuum, includes premium architectural and design features, bringing a high level of finish and detail to memory care in the Lancaster area. It is designed to address the level of care needed by memory-impaired individuals while creating an atmosphere for them to engage in an active lifestyle.
The 24,912 square foot community features 24 private suites and amenities including a spa and beauty salon, coffee bar, library, dining and living rooms and an interior courtyard with a fountain to create a home-like atmosphere.
“This is an exciting project for us, it is obvious that there is a need for this type of senior living care in the area, and we are proud to be part of the team to make this a reality for the community of Lancaster,” said Andrew Rahrig, Senior Project Manager with The Douglas Company.
About The Douglas Company
The Douglas Company is an industry-leading general contractor specializing in senior living and multifamily construction. For over 40 years, The Douglas Company has consistently completed projects under budget and ahead of schedule while contributing to the success of their clients and associates. The Douglas Company, on the INC. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies, is headquartered in Holland, Ohio with a second office located in Orlando, Florida.
For more information on this story or inquiries about The Douglas Company, please contact Bob Ritter, Director of Business Development, at 419-865-8600 or visit The Douglas Company website: www.douglascompany.com.
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