Brinkmann Constructors Announces New and Completed Senior Living Projects

By HCO News

ST. LOUIS—Brinkmann Constructors, headquartered in St. Louis, has shared the news related to a pair of senior living facilities with strong healthcare components.

Avery Point Residential Building 4
Richmond, Va. (pictured)

Brinkmann Constructors, in partnership with Erickson Senior Living, a Maryland-based real estate developer and manager of continuing care retirement communities, and Mosely Architects, a Richmond-based architectural firm, recently completed the construction of a four-story, 103-unit residential building at Avery Point in Richmond, Virginia.

This 157,000-square-foot, wood-framed building is the fourth residential facility built on the campus and the fifth building at Avery Point completed by Brinkmann. The expansive senior living community offers residents a vibrant retirement lifestyle with state-of-the-art amenities, modern independent living apartment homes and a full continuum of healthcare services.

The Gallery at Fort Collins
Fort Collins, Colo.

Brinkmann Constructors, in partnership with Experience Senior Living, a Denver-based senior living developer, also recently broke ground on a five-story memory care and assisted living facility with 27 memory care units and 117 upscale assisted living homes.

This state-of-the-art facility is intended to help meet the growing need for quality care and housing for Colorado’s senior population. Thoughtfully designed with this demographic’s needs in mind, The Gallery at Fort Collins will feature upscale residential amenities including a two-story grand hall, pub, rooftop garden, private family dining, multiple courtyards, library, community room and more. Vaught Fye Larson Aronson will serve as the project architect.