Thursday, December 29, 2011

New Perspective Senior Living Releases Updated Project Fact Sheet (New Perspective Senior Living)

Fact Sheet - Lighthouse of Sun Prairie

What: Lighthouse of Sun Prairie is senior living community being developed by New Perspective Senior Living. When completed in the Winter of 2013, it will offer 152 independent, assisted and memory care apartments. Construction has begun and a groundbreaking ceremony will be held in late January or early February.

The 152 units include studio, one- and two-bedroom units within 60 independent living units, 48 assisted living units and 44 memory care units.

Location --222 S Bristol Street Sun Prairie, WI 53590: The 185,000-square-foot community will be located on five acres at the intersections of Linnerud Drive and South Bristol St., downtown Sun Prairie.

Amenities: The Lighthouse of Sun Prairie’s amenities include a restaurant style dining room, salon, library, computer room, fitness area, rehabilitation pool, bar, bistro, community rooms, private family dining spaces and a number of outdoor patio spaces.

Employment: Initially, it is expected to employ about 40 persons and ultimately approximately 80 persons when fully leased. In addition, the construction project will include 75 full time construction workers for the duration of the project.

About: New Perspective Senior Living
New Perspective Senior Living and its affiliates operate and develop senior living communities throughout the Midwest.  The company was founded in 1998 on the belief that all seniors deserve attentive, personalized, respectful care that enables them to live with purpose and age with dignity.  Its mission is “To put the residents first in everything we do.”  New Perspective is based in Edina, MN, and has five sites in Minnesota: Barnum, Cloquet, Columbia Heights, Mahtomedi and Waconia; five in Wisconsin: Brookfield, Brown Deer, Mequon, Superior and West Bend; Pella, Iowa, and Silvis, Illinois. For more information on New Perspective Senior Living call, 952-746-3630 or visit

Blogger's Note: Earth is being moved on the site (see photo above)!  The unseasonably warm weather has allowed for a late season start to project this year.  In addition, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation awarded the City $350,000 to help offset environmental remediation costs for redeveloping this site.   Watch for the official groundbreaking sometime after the New Year.

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