Friday, August 16, 2019

Hankin to build $100M senior living facility in Eagleview

By Natalie Kostelni  – Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal
Hankin Group is building a $100 million senior-living facility in Eagleview, which will be a first for the mixed-use community in Exton. 

Called Eagleview Landing, the project will be developed in two phases have a total of 284 units. The first phase, totaling $35 million, is underway and will consist of 62 personal care units and 45 memory care units. The second phase will have independent-living units.

Though a new type of housing for Eagleview, the addition of assisted living fits with the developer’s desire to follow the principles of New Urbanism at the 800-acre community that has been a work in progress for three decades and incorporates a mix of uses with open space in a walkable environment. When it comes to housing, Eagleview has single-family, multifamily, age-restricted and as well as low income units. Eagleview Landing will round out the community’s offerings by providing another type of housing that accommodates different stages of life and different lifestyles.

“We try to provide every kind of housing here,” said Robert Hankin, CEO at Hankin Group. "One of the concepts that had guided us through the years is the idea that the whole is greater than the parts. We have tried to follow the concepts of New Urbanism and, in doing so, we have learned how to add a mix of uses where ever possible. So, while we can’t always bring every use into each project, we strive to build communities that are as walkable as possible and combine as many uses as supportable.” 

Blue Harbor Senior Living, an Oregon operator of senior living facilities, will manage Eagleview Landing.
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