Contractor files $18 million permit for new Highland Park seniors residence

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Rendering of entrance of planned Atria Highland Park (Capitol Senior Housing, Planning and Design Commission)

CORE Construction Indiana LLC has filed a $18 million building permit with the City of Highland Park for a new seniors residence at 1000 Central Ave.

Capitol Seniors Housing, described in a published report the Chicago Tribune as a private equity firm, has proposed constructing a three storey building on 1.8 acres, replacing 10 single family and two-family residences between 968 and 998 Central Ave. and 977 and 999 Deerfield Rd., west of the city’s downtown area.

The residences are between 968 and 998 Central Ave. and between 977 and 999 Deerfield Rd.

Capitol Seniors Housing reported in filings to the city’s Plan and Design Commission that the project would include 64 assisted living suites for elderly persons who need help with daily living tasks including grooming, dressing and transportation. Twenty-two suites, all located on the first floor, would serve residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.

The facility would be known as Atria Highland Park and would be managed by Atria Senior Living, the Tribune reported.

Permit data courtesy Buildzoom.com.

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