THE HUNT COMMUNITY CCRC
NEW FOUR STORY COMMUNITY BUILDING (NEW MARY HUNT RESIDENCE ON THE RIGHT)
NEW FOURTH FLOOR COMMUNITY BUILDING CENTRAL DINING ROOM
NEW THIRD FLOOR COMMUNITY BUILDING CAFE
NEW MARY HUNT RESIDENCE SUN PORCH/ MAIN LOBBY
THE MARY HUNT RESIDENCE
MASTER DEVELOPMENT SITE PLAN
Featured in the AIA/AAHSA
Designs For Aging 1996 Review.
Recipient of the 1999 "The Best of Seniors Housing Award, CCRC"
National Council on Seniors Housing, National Association of Home Builders.
New Community Building 25,000 GSF
41-SNF Beds Nursing Pavilion
24-ALU Units Wallace Pavilion
42-ILU Units Mary Hunt Residence
12-ILU Units John Hunt Residence
Existing 75-ILU Units Monroe Manor
Site Area: 16.2 acres
Building Area: 65,000 GSF New, 130,000 GSF Renovation
The new Community Building, which constitutes the completion of Phase III of an eight-year revitalization program, provides a dazzling new and exciting image in concert with the architectural character of the adjacent 1895 John M. Hunt and 1935 Mary E. Hunt structures. Hunt Community, which is featured in the Design For Aging 1996 Review, has forged ahead with new state-of-the-art facilities while preserving and integrating its architecturally historic structures to maintain its leadership in the senior living industry.