SHORT PUMP, Va. — Erickson Senior Living has opened the doors on Avery Point, a continuing care retirement community in Short Pump, a suburb of Richmond.
The community is situated on a 94-acre campus and currently features 216 units of independent living. A second phase currently under construction will add 107 more independent living units. Upon full build-out, plans call for 1,160 independent living units in addition to an on-site continuing care neighborhood offering assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing services.
The property is Erickson Senior Living’s third in Virginia. The executive director is Todd DeLaney.
Moseley Architects is the architect for the $500 million development project. Brinkmann Constructors is the general contractor.
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