A new independent senior-living facility is under construction in the town of Warsaw.
Wheatfield-based Calamar broke ground late last month on a 120-unit senior housing complex named Grandview Terrace.
It will be the firm's 11th senior community in the Northeast
Calamar President Kenneth M. Franasiak said the company has "been extremely successful" in the Buffalo market, as well as the Midwest, and noted that there are waiting lists for its affordable senior housing facilities.
The three-story building, which will be located at 2417 North Main St., will feature one- and two-bedroom apartments, with no income restrictions. The property will also include a community room with a kitchen for events and entertaining, a lounge and library with a fireplace, a community laundry and a fitness center. Pre-lease rents range from $849 to $1,185 per month.
Grandview Terrace will cater to middle-class households, said Northeast Regional Director Michael Morris.
“The economic issues of today have greatly impacted seniors and we are excited to continue to forge forward and bring this affordable housing model to Warsaw," Morris said.
The $14.2 million project is expected to be finished by late summer 2018.