LindenGrove undergoes $1.4 million renovation

Freeman Staff

Nov. 12, 2016


A rendering of an updated common area at LindenGrove Communities. The facility will undergo a $1.4 million renovation that is anticipated to be complete by February.
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WAUKESHA — Linden-Grove Communities will undergo a $1.4 million renovation project to better accommodate its residents, the assisted living business announced in a statement Thursday.

LindenGrove has campuses in Waukesha, Menomonee Falls, Mukwonago and New Berlin. The project includes plans to convert all rooms at its Waukesha location, 425 N. University Drive, in the rehabilitation center to private, special-care units with full bathrooms and walk-in showers. It also includes constructing a private dining area with a fireplace and patio reserved for its tenants.

“LindenGrove Communities prides itself on identifying new opportunities to serve the community in meaningful ways,” said Linda Joel, LindenGrove Communities president and CEO. “We recognized residents in the Waukesha area could greatly benefit from a rehabilitation center that offers a private, tranquil atmosphere. Our special care suites will create a healing experience for patients as they prepare themselves to return to their homes.”

The project began last month and is expected to be complete in February. Once it’s finished, there will be 22 updated private care suites within the rehabilitation and nursing centers.