Construction started on Heritage Senior Living in Muskego

By Freeman Staff

May 26, 2017

A 108-unit Heritage Senior Living community is under construction at S63-W13694 Janesville Road in Muskego and is anticipated to open in the summer of 2018.
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MUSKEGO - The 16th Heritage Senior Living community is under construction in Muskego and is anticipated to open in the summer of 2018.

The facility will be two stories tall and 108,000 square feet with 108 units at S63-W13694 Janesville Road. The community will offer a full continuum of care, with a mix of 29 independent living apartments, 36 assisted and enhanced assisted living apartments and 43 memory care suites.

"The population of seniors in Wisconsin is expected to grow by 640,000 over the next 20 years, so there is real demand for quality senior living communities where older adults can remain engaged and active," said Pierre Verger, vice president of operations at Heritage Senior Living, in a statement. "We're thrilled to be bringing the Heritage brand of personalized care and premium amenities to seniors in the Muskego area and surrounding communities like Hales Corners and Franklin. Local seniors will have the opportunity to join a vibrant community that feels like home but also offers premium amenities, like a nurse on-site seven days per week and a full-time concierge."

Heritage Senior Living offers multiple levels of care all in one building, from independent living to assisted and enhanced assisted living to memory care.

Each residence at Heritage Muskego will feature high-quality cabinetry, natural stone and wood finishes, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, large windows, walk-in showers and heated floors. There will also be various community amenities including a therapy pool, therapy/rehab gym, two private dining rooms, underground parking, a salon, pub, bistro, convenience store, outdoor patio with fire pit and gas grills, and walking paths around the community. Life enrichment activities range from fitness and social clubs to weekly religious services and regular outings in the community.

The community is expected to become home to 100 to 120 area seniors, and will create 65 to 75 local jobs.