Meadow Ridge Seniors Village profiled in August issue of Award MagazineMeadow Ridge Seniors Village is a supportive living site constructed by Park Place Seniors Living. Nilex recommended and supplied Cultec Stormwater Chambers to handle stormwater runoff beneath the parking lot, a walking trail and the landscaped courtyard. The result was a $400,000 cost savings for Park Place versus the original design which used concrete chambers (read Nilex's Project Profile).
Meadow Ridge Seniors Village
By Peter Stenning
Age-appropriate housing is one of the biggest challenges facing our aging baby boomer society. The swelling ranks of people 65 and older have led more developers to focus on residences for seniors – whether independent living, supportive/assisted living, or residential care.
The new Meadow Ridge Seniors Village in Medicine Hat, Alberta, is a textbook example of how careful thought and planning can result in pleasant living accommodations – even on a somewhat limited budget, while still allowing for the care needs of residents.
Scheduled for full occupancy at the end of August, the $18.5-million Meadow Ridge is a supportive living site developed by family-owned Park Place Seniors Living under a contract with Alberta Health/Alberta Seniors. The new facility will provide 80 subsidized suites for seniors (and four for private pay residents), with priority given to those with frailties and/or cognitive impairment.