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Brightview Receives $43.6M Loan from SunTrust to Finance New Seniors Housing Project in Metro D.C.

Brightview Bethesda Woodmont in Bethesda, Md., will include 112 assisted living and memory-care apartment units.

BETHESDA, MD. — Brightview Senior Living has received a $43.6 million construction loan from SunTrust Bank to finance the development of Brightview Bethesda Woodmont, a seniors housing community in Bethesda, roughly seven miles north of Washington, D.C. The community will include 112 private and semi-private apartment units — 91 for assisted living and 21 for Wellspring Village, Brightview’s specialized neighborhood for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. The community will offer studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes and feature rooftop dining, a sloped floor theater, fitness area, salon/spa services and an activity room with full-scheduled programming. Bethesda Woodmont, which marks Brightview’s 40th community since 1999, is expected to create more than 100 jobs. The project is slated for completion by summer 2019.

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