would be situated just beyond the parking lot of the
planned Hamilton House on Wauwatosa Road.
CEDARBURG – Though the project first surfaced three
years ago, plans for an approved senior living center on
Wauwatosa Road moved forward last week with a new slate
last time we heard about this project was in June 2016
when the city held public hearings,” said Cedarburg City
Planner Jon Censky, who noted that it had completed the
week, LTC Properties entered into a joint venture with
affiliates of Tealwood Senior Living and Tukka
Properties to develop Hamilton House on a 6-acre parcel
at W76 N627 Wauwatosa Road, behind Redeemer Evangelical
Lutheran Church adjacent to the county-owned Lasata
Senior Living Campus.
“Embracing Cedarburg’s beautiful downtown architecture
and heritage is important to us,” said Rachel Pientka,
vice president of operations for Tukka Properties. “The
building will have a warm and modern farmhouse feel with
rustic wood beams and garden-inspired patterns and
The outside of what
will be the dining room.
developer secured a building permit in December with the
intent to try and get started before colder weather set
in,” said Censky, though the recent cold streak hampered
proposed, the $23-million Hamilton House project will
still include 110 units that combine independent living,
assisted living and memory care on a single campus.
Construction is expected in 2018, with a planned opening
date of spring 2019, according to a news release.
“Breaking ground on Hamilton House brings us one step
closer to fulfilling our passion of caring for seniors
in underserved markets,” said Howi Groff, Tealwood
president and principal.