Renovations completed at Lutheran Home and Harwood Place

The Lutheran Home and Harwood Place announced they have completed an investment of more than $1.2 million in renovations of both properties, including 5,500 square feet at The Lutheran Home and 9,300 square feet at Harwood Place.

 

The $750,000 Lutheran Home renovation includes the Chapel and Hardt Hall, a gathering space adjacent to the Chapel. More than $430,000 was given through grants for the Lutheran Home project from the City of Wauwatosa Community Development Black Group Program, the Siebert Lutheran Foundation, Mill Neck Foundation and more than 100 individual donors.

Harwood Place’s renovation coincides with the facility’s 25th anniversary celebration and includes $455,000 of work concentrated on the first floor of the building.

David Raysich, president of Plunkett Raysich Architects and chairman of the Lutheran Home Foundation board of directors, donated architectural plans for both properties.

“The impact of these projects is significant not only for the residents but the community as well,” said Scott McFadden, Lutheran Home and Harwood Place president and chief executive officer. “The new audio video technology will enhance the worship experience for all denominations who participate, as well as those who watch the broadcast in their rooms. We are so grateful for the donors and the community who made these renovations possible.”

The grand opening for the Chapel and Hardt Hall will be held at the Lutheran Home in Wauwatosa at 7500 W. North Ave. on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 3:30 to 6 p.m.

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