Humanities Foundation, James Doran Break Ground on $16M Seniors Housing Community in Virginia
SPOTSYLVANIA, VA. — Humanities Foundation, in conjunction with James Doran Co., has broken ground on Keswick Senior Apartments, a 100-unit seniors housing community in Spotsylvania. The $16 million development is located within Keswick, a residential community under development by Jarrell Properties Inc. Located at the intersection of Lake Anna Parkway and Old Robert E. Lee Drive, the community will include 700 townhomes, single-family homes and apartments. Keswick Senior Apartments will features a security system, a community space with a meeting area, business center, exercise room, laundry facility, gazebo and a garden area. The project is being built utilizing Low Income Housing Tax Credits administered by the Virginia Housing and Development Authority. Citi Community Capital provided construction financing for the project with Boston Capital as the syndicator. The project team includes architect Martin Riley Associates, civil engineer Webb & Associates and land broker Coldwell Banker Elite/Coldwell Banker Commercial.