Brandywine Living and Wohlsen Construction celebrated the Topping Out of a new senior living community located at the intersection of Route 10 and Force Hill Road. Topping Out Ceremony is a Scandinavian building tradition that occurs when the last steel beam is placed atop the structure. The $50 million, 120-unit Brandywine community situated on 9 acres will feature a wide array of amenities and services catering to a broad range of wellness goals and lifestyle interests designed to help seniors live independently, yet close to their families.
“We are both excited and honored to bring quality senior living services to the residents of Livingston,” said Brandywine Living President and CEO, Brenda J. Bacon. “We look forward to becoming a contributing and involved member of this wonderful community and helping Livingston residents take care of their loved ones in a vibrant, exciting residence.”
Attendees included: Mayor of Livingston, Alfred Anthony; President and CEO of Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Stephen Zieniewicz; Livingston Police Chief, Craig Handschuch; Livingston Township Manager, Michelle Meade; Partner at Genova Burns, Angelo Genova; and many other representatives from the Livingston community, Brandywine Living, Meyer Design and Wohlsen Construction.
This will be Brandywine’s 18th community in New Jersey. Brandywine Living at Livingston expects to welcome its first residents in early 2017.