LONDONDERRY, N.H. — Edgewood Senior Solutions Group has acquired land in Londonderry’s Woodmont Commons, where the group plans to build senior living community called The Baldwin.
Project plans call for 190 independent living apartments. Several of the community’s amenities, including a spa and salon, a convenience store and multiple dining venues, will be open to the public.
“Our location in Woodmont Commons — and the mixed-use aspect being built into The Baldwin — adds a valuable intergenerational dimension you don’t find in most senior living communities,” says Marlene Rotering, CEO of The Baldwin and its sister community, Edgewood Retirement Community in North Andover, Massachusetts.
Edgewood plans to market The Baldwin as a continuing care retirement community by offering a medical clinic for acute needs, as well as priority access to personal care and home healthcare services, small-home model assisted living and memory support residences, short-term rehabilitation and more.
“Times have changed and, with our modern focus on wellness and staying active, relatively few senior adults ever need long-term care in a stereotypical, clinical nursing home,” says Rotering. “Plus, the vast majority tell us they dread the idea of ever moving to one. So, we’ve come up with innovative, flexible ways to provide the care a resident may need without ever requiring them to move through a predetermined system of healthcare levels.”
DiMella Shaffer designed the property.
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