Rose Villa, a local senior living community, officially broke ground on its 22-acre redevelopment project.


The project will include “pocket neighborhoods” and “Main Street” living, accommodating approximately 125 residents.  Designed by RLPS Architects and Myhre Group Architects, the community design will include two- and three-story mixed-use style buildings, ground level Main Street amenities with retail space, cafes and restaurants, and a store to buy seedlings for the community garden.


Rose Villa’s  new design will also increase green space, consist of eco-friendly buildings, and capitalize on the small house movement in both urban neighborhoods and retirement communities.


The three-phase project will take place over 18 months and operate on a low-impact, high-efficiency plan to ensure minimal disruption to the community’s current residents.