Kensington Senior Living is embarking on a chapter as they begin construction on their remarkable $90 million facility, in Bethesda. This significant milestone marks a step in their ambitious expansion plans for the Greater Washington area. It solidifies Kensingtons position as a leading provider of living services nationwide.
With planning and the expertise of senior executives from McLeans Sunrise Senior Living Kensington Senior Living has gained recognition for its meticulous approach to growth since its inception in 2010. Todays groundbreaking ceremony at 5485 Westbard Ave. Bethesda signifies the commencement of construction.
During the event Managing Partner Dave Faeder emphasized the financial investment that each founder has made in this project. Their personal connection, to Kensingtons mission goes beyond interests—it reflects a dedication and commitment.
Opening date for the new Bethesda facility
The Bethesda facility is set to open in April 2025 as part of the Westbard Square development Kensingtons memory care center will serve as a shining example of their commitment to care. Spanning a 106,000 feet this center will feature meticulously designed units offering accommodation for up to 135 residents.
Kensington Senior Living stands out for its technology that allows for project financing, protection, against external limitations and the ability to pursue strategic growth plans wisely.
The Bethesda facility sets itself apart in the world of living by offering unique amenities. There are plenty of dining options including an eatery, an open market, a café and a formal dining hall. One standout feature of the facility is that family members can dine with residents for free fostering a sense of community for everyone involved.
Kensington Senior Living has enlisted the expertise of Rockvilles Forrester Construction to oversee this project. Forrester Construction has already proven their collaborations, with Kensington, in Falls Church and Reston.
Excitement is building as Kensington Senior Living announces their venture, the Bethesda facility will be unveiled in four years time. This impressive $90 million project is set to redefine senior living and will certainly be the talk of the town when April 2025 arrives.