Senior living facilities proposed in Franklin, Glendale and Muskego

Latest in long-line of area developments for aging population

Three senior living communities are proposed in Milwaukee suburbs adding to the growing number of residential facilities being constructed for the aging population.

In Franklin, Charlotte’s Garden is planned on 4 acres at 3709 W. College Ave. The 56-unit multi-family senior apartment complex would include eight, one-bedroom units and 48 two-bedroom units with an activity center, 103 underground parking spaces and 38 surface parking spaces.

TDI Associates, Inc., of New Berlin, will present plans Thursday to the Franklin Plan Commission.

There is also a proposal in Glendale to rezone land at 2510 W. Good Hope Road to develop two 40-unit assisted living facility buildings.

The plan also includes one single-family residential lot. Project developer Nick Donets and Simon Donets will present the plan Tuesday to the Glendale Plan Commission.

This week Pinnacle Peak Properties LLC, will ask the Muskego Plan Commission to approve a plan for “Caring Alternatives,” a 30-room assisted living facility on 9.73 acres on vacant land at W182 S8320 Pioneer Drive. Four of the rooms would be suites that could accommodate two people.

The facility would include basic medical monitoring and 24-hour supervision, according to plans submitted to the city.

As the baby boomer generation continues to age, the Milwaukee suburbs have been seeing several proposals from developers for assisted living or memory care facilities.

The Irving, Texas-based LaSalle Group is planning a 54-bed memory care residential facility is planned for seven acres of vacant land on the south side of Drexel Avenue, just west of Loomis Road in Franklin.

Light House at Beaver Creek, a $30 million, 153,000-square-foot senior living facility that opened on Aug. 1 in Brown Deer, features 135 beds and offers a memory care program, a pub, pool table and library.

Drexel Town Square in Oak Creek will include The Waters Senior Living development, which will have up to 140 apartments. The Waters is also looking at possible developments west of Milwaukee and north of the city.

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