The project in York County is expected to be finished in spring 2012, according to a Country Meadows news release.
The goal is to make it easier for residents to connect and attend activities in different parts of the campus, said Kelly Kuntz, the company’s director of communications.
Amenities such as a state-of-the-art kitchen and new dining space will help the facility appeal to today’s retirees and the coming baby boomer generation, she said.
“We are looking to the future with this project,” Kuntz said.
Country Meadows, formally George M. Leader Family Corp., operates nine retirement communities in Pennsylvania and one in Maryland, according to the news release.
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