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Kingsley Shores to Bring 101 Units of Senior Living to Lakeville

Ground breaking for senior living site near Chart House Restaurant was held Sept. 10.

Editor's note: The following is a press release form Kingsley Shores Senior Living.

Lakeville will soon be home to even more senior living options.

Kingsley Shores Senior Living, a 101‐unit “Senior Community of Excellence,” is officially under construction following a ceremonial groundbreaking on Sept. 10.

The vision for this three‐story, independent, assisted living and memory care senior living community began with Frank Schoeben, the former owner of the Chart House Restaurant. Schoeben teamed with Winkelman Building Corporation, located in St. Cloud; Frisbie Architects, Inc., located in River Falls, WI; and SilverCrest Properties, LLC, based out of St. Louis Park, to make this development a reality.

Schoeben invited Captain Dan Ahmann, former part owner/manager of the Chart House for 35 years and a well‐known Lakeville personality, to join in the launching of the project.

Located on four acres adjacent to the existing Ruppert’s Chart House Restaurant and Event Center, Kingsley Shores will offer apartment‐style living with a choice of studio, one‐ and two bedroom apartments ranging from 425 to 950 square feet. The community will offer amenities and services to meet the needs of residents in 31 independent living apartments, 38 assisted living apartments and 32 apartments dedicated to residents requiring memory care.

Schoeben stated that during the projected one‐year construction period, about 275 construction workers will be involved in building the facility. Upon completion, Kingsley Shores will employ about 50 full‐time and part‐time workers.

SilverCrest Properties will manage the property and is a part owner. SilverCrest Properties specializes in senior housing development and management, and employs more than 450 people at eleven properties in three states. SilverCrest’s focus on residents’ wellness sets them apart from the competition, and they take pride in serving the new generation of seniors with creative, innovative communities and a new standard of excellence.

Schoeben began working on the development more than six years ago. Schoeben and the development team, with their combined experience and community service, welcome Lakeville’s and the surrounding area’s seniors to make this privately‐owned senior housing community their home.

Refreshments will be served at the Ruppert’s Chart House Restaurant and Event Center after the groundbreaking event.

For more information please call Frank Schoeben at 612‐353‐7789 or email: frankschoeben69@gmail.com.

Nancy Amderson March 02, 2013 at 11:55 PM
Just wondering about prices for one bedroom apartment-Independent living

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