October opening set for Lake Worth senior housing complex

The developers also have a senior housing complex under construction in Celebration

TRD MIAMI /
Jul.July 15, 2017 01:00 PM

Rendering of Villages of Windsor in Lake Worth

The developers of Villages of Windsor in Lake Worth expect to open the 320-unit senior housing complex in October.

RD Management LLC and Big Rock Partners Holding LLC are developing  the rental property for senior citizens on a 22-acre site at the intersection of Hypoluxo Road and Lyons Road.

The development’s general contractor is Fort Lauderdale-based Moss Construction.

Villages of Windsor will have 188 independent-living units, 80 assisted-living units and 54 memory-care units. The property’s operator will be Atria Senior Living, which runs more than 180 residential communities in 28 states and seven Canadian provinces.

RD Management and Big Rock Partners also are developing a senior housing complex in Celebration, a town near the entrance of Walt Disney World. The developers expect to open Windsor at Celebration in March 2018 with 151 independent-living units, 55 assisted-living units and 33 memory-care units. Big Rock Partners bought the nine-acre development site in 2014 from Disney.

The general contractor for the Windsor at Celebration development is Balfour Beatty and the property’s operator will be Life Care Services.


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