Salina Presbyterian Manor breaks ground on $15-million housing project
Another senior living housing option is coming to the Salina community.
Salina Presbyterian Manor broke ground last month on a $15-million project – an addition to the campus.
The addition features 22 new villas, with the ability to add seven more. The Villas will be the only single-detached homes at the 35-acre campus, located near Ralph Reitz Memorial park and the existing pond, with several walking paths and a new pickleball court.
“Salina Presbyterian Manor opened its door on February of 1980,” said Bruce H. Shogren, President/CEO of PMMA. “Ever since, it’s become part of the tapestry of the Salina community.”
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom villas will have four distinctive designs ranging from 1,360 square feet to 1,828 square feet. They will feature nine-foot ceilings, lots of natural light, covered private patios and the opportunity to upgrade the features and finishes.
Salina Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Eric Brown was at the groundbreaking and talked about the need for more housing in the area.
“Believe it or not, our number one economic driver in Saline County is retirees,” Brown said.
Construction on the Villas at Salina Presbyterian Manor has begun. Several units are already reserved and the first residents are expected to move in around the fall 2023.
“This addition affords us the opportunity to turn the spotlight on this wonderful project and community in order to celebrate its 42-years of heritage with the greater Salina community,” added Shogren.
Collaborating with PMMA on this Salina Presbyterian Manor project are the following companies: Developer - Greystone Communities, Irving, Texas; General Contractor – Simpson Construction Services, Wichita, Kansas; Architect - AG Architecture, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; and Interior Design – RDG Planning & Design, St. Louis Office.
Learn more about the villas by contacting Cathy Boos at 785-825-1366 or email@example.com and for more information on Salina Presbyterian Manor visit salinapresbyterianmanor.org.