Siena Partners Inc. want to start building a $45 million senior living campus in Caledonia in July. The construction project, which is the largest in the village’s history, is a partnership between the Racine Dominicans and Lincoln Lutheran. The two have joined forces to create Siena Partners, Inc. Once completed, the independent living apartments, assisted living apartments, skilled nursing and memory care facilities will be owned and overseen by Siena Partners, Inc. with Lincoln Lutheran as managers. Lincoln Lutheran will still run its existing facilities, and the Sisters will maintain their other ministries (Eco-Justice Center, HOPES Center, etc.) independently.
The initial phase of the development would include demolishing 100,000 square feet of the current building, which housed the Racine Dominican Sisters, and re-constructing a $10 million building with 90,000 square feet of space. The second phase would include building independent senior apartments, assisted living apartments and a skilled nursing facility.
Read more in Caledonia Patch, a media partner of BizTimes Milwaukee.