Cardigan Ridge, a new four-story, 118-unit senior living community in Little Canada, Minnesota, has broken ground.
Located at 3300 Rice Street, just south of I-694, the 158,000-square-foot senior community will provide independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments with a variety of styles — many with decks, screen porches, balconies and views of Black Tern Pond.
Cardigan Ridge will be managed by Ebenezer Management Services and designed by Minneapolis-based Kaas Wilson Architects. The project is being built by Nottingham Construction of Stillwater, Minnesota and is anticipated to be completed by May of 2017.
Cardigan Ridge will feature overnight guest rooms, underground parking, community room, private dining room and a high-end, restaurant-quality dining room with chef-prepared meals. Residents also will enjoy a movie theater, fitness center, hair salon, spa tub room, workshop, craft room and library with computer access.
In addition, the senior community will employ an activities director and a full-time nurse, who is on-call 24 hours a day. Caregiving staff will be onsite around the clock, and a dedicated space will be provided for visiting physicians and specialists.