Brightview Senior Living, a Baltimore-based developer and operator of senior housing, is set to begin construction on a new $64 million assisted living and senior apartment complex in Sayville on the site of a former plant nursery, according to Newsday.
Brightview, which recently completed the $5.5 million purchase of 7.3 acres of land on the corner of Broadway and Route 27, plans to construct and run a 154-unit assisted living center and senior housing complex with dedicated dementia care space. About half of the units in the 157,000-square-foot, three-story facility will be senior housing with amenities. The remainder will be used for assisted living, said David Holland, vice president of development for Brightview.
The development will be Brightview’s first on Long Island.
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