The final development plan for a multimillion-dollar senior living community near the Golf Club at Yankee Trace is scheduled to be presented to the Centerville planning commission Tuesday night.
The project calls for a 170,000-square-foot Randall Residence senior facility and 21 quad units to be built on the southern portion of a 65-acre piece of land bordered by Paragon, Social Row and Sheehan roads.
The Randall Residence will “cost in the neighborhood of $20 million,” not including the senior villas, said architect John Roll, president of Roll & Associates, Inc. and a member of the Centerville Development Group team.
The overall site will complement Yankee Trace’s features, including architecture, landscaping, fencing and signage, Roll said.
“We’re looking for continuity,” said Andrew Rodney, Centerville’s city planner. “The residents around this particular property have made a significant investment in their properties and the golf course. Anything that is near the Yankee Trace development is developed in the highest quality manner.”
Construction on the Randall Residence at Yankee Trace could start as early as late spring and open sometime in 2015, Roll said, but the timeline will depend on infrastructure and road improvements. The senior villas will be built in stages as demand dictates, he said.
The Randall Residence will feature 150 units — 32 for memory care, 46 for independent living and 72 for assisted living. The independent and assisted living areas will be part of a two-story building. There will be about 100 parking spaces and garage access for independent living residents.
Common areas will include dining areas, a kitchen, theater, beauty salon, lobby, wellness areas and a therapy pool. Villa residents also will have access to the Randall Residence amenities, Roll said.
Each living space in the two-bedroom senior villas will be approximately 1,500 square feet, not including a two-car garage.
“There’s been significant growth in this area and the city of Centerville is very welcoming to this use,” Roll said. “They see a good fit, especially with the Yankee Trace community. We’re excited about the project and we can’t wait to move forward with it. It’s a good fit in the community there.”
The Randall Residence, senior villas and road improvements take up about 44 acres of the property. Construction of single-family homes is being planned later in the future on the northern portion of the site.
Randall Residence — based out of Michigan — has senior living facilities in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois.
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How to go
What: Centerville planning commission
When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
Where: Centerville Municipal Building, 100 West Spring Valley Road
More info: 937-433-7151