Pathway to Living, a Chicago-based developer, owner and operator of senior living communities, has completed its acquisition of Grandbrier of Prospect Heights, a 101-unit senior living community in Prospect Heights, Illinois, a northwest suburb of Chicago.
Located at 708 N. Elmhurst Road, the property will be rebranded Aspired Living of Prospect Heights in October and continue to be managed by Pathway to Living, as it has been since opening in May 2017. Pathway to Living became the owner of the community after buying out its joint venture partner. The property includes a three-story, 69-unit independent and assisted living community, as well as a connecting single-story, 32-unit memory care neighborhood that wraps around a secure, outdoor courtyard.
“Pathway is intimately familiar with the design and operations of Aspired Living of Prospect Heights because we’ve been involved with it from the very beginning, fostering connections with the residents who call this community home,” said Maria Oliva, chief operating officer at Pathway to Living. “As the newest addition to our Aspired Living brand family, it will continue to be synonymous with the highest levels of care, programming and design, empowering residents to live engaged, purposeful lives.”
Independent and assisted living residences offer studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans, all of which include in-unit laundry and eat-in kitchenettes with walnut cabinetry and granite countertops. Memory care studios feature special design elements to aid in cueing.
Shared independent and assisted living amenities include the a bistro and a separte dining room, on-site movie theater, library with technology center, fitness center, a wellness suite complete with physician offices and a therapy gym, a salon/spa, community life room with demonstration kitchen and several lounge areas for gaming and other activities. Outdoor courtyards feature walking paths, a gazebo, fireplace, an outdoor dining terrace and raised gardening boxes.