Covenant to Break Ground on $48M Senior Living Expansion in Connecticut

CROMWELL, CONN. — Covenant Retirement Communities, a nonprofit, faith-based seniors housing owner-operator, will break ground Feb. 21 on a $48 million expansion at Covenant Village of Cromwell, located just south of Hartford. The community originally opened in 1964. The expansion project will add 54 new apartments and a town center with three dining venues, lobbies, a game room, art studio, wellness center and event center. Approximately 87 percent of the units have already been pre-sold. The development team for the expansion includes general contractor C.E. Floyd Co., architecture firm THW Design, landscape architect Milone & Macbroom, project manager JFW Inc. and law firm Dowley & Associates. Construction is scheduled to begin in March with an anticipated completion in the fall of 2020. A ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church, Covenant Retirement Communities serves 5,000 residents at 16 retirement communities throughout the United States.

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