The McGregor Foundation and CHN Housing Partners are moving forward with plans for a two-building development with a senior care center and independent living apartment building.
McGregor is seeking to build a roughly 20,000-square-foot PACE (Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) facility.
PACE is a program which had previously only been available in Cuyahoga County, but is being expanded to additional counties this year. It provides medical services and nursing care, as well as some social services, to people who are 55 years of age or older and require nursing home levels of care (as determined by Medicare or Medicaid providers) but wish to remain in their communities.
This is not the first joint endeavor between McGregor and CHN, but it is their first outside Cuyahoga County. Developers chose a roughly 20-acre property off Leona Street, between Midway Boulevard and 52nd Street.
It is located directly west of Lowe’s Home Improvement and abuts Pikewood Manor mobile home park to the south.