Wendover opens Tallahasee senior housing complex

Miami /
Feb.February 19, 2017 04:30 PM

Wendover Housing Partners will open a newly built senior apartment complex in Tallahassee this week. Altamonte Springs-based Wendover is opening Kenwood Place, a 112-unit complex the company started constructing in October.

The one and two-bedroom units at Kenwood Place each feature a full-size washer and dryer, a monitored emergency-call system, and a fully-equipped kitchen including a dishwasher, microwave, island and pantry. All units also include walk-in and linen closets.

The indoor and outdoor amenities include a fitness center, theater, salon, library, cyber center, swimming pool and gardening area.

“While our units are affordable for seniors on a restricted budget, they’re designed with the same style and amenities you’ll find in high-end apartment communities,” Jonathan L. Wolf, president and founder of Wendover Housing Partners, said in a prepared statement.

Wendover’s other senior living properties in Florida include Haley Park in Tampa, The Landings at Sea Forest in New Port Richie, and Marci’s Pointe in Jacksonville.


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