New Senior Living Community Tops Out in Silver Spring, MD
The Pointe View at Aspen Hill project hosted a topping out ceremony on Wednesday, September 26th in Silver Spring, MD. The milestone was marked with a catered lunch to thank the many tradesmen and women who are working on the project. The event also included speeches from Pennrose’s Regional Vice President Ivy Dench-Carter, Maryland DHCD Assistant Secretary Matthew Heckles, Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett, Montgomery County District 4 Councilmember Nancy Navarro, and HOC of Montgomery County Executive Director Stacy Spann.
Situated on approximately five acres, Pointe View at Aspen Hill will offer 120 mixed income apartments for seniors. Of the 120 apartments, 108 units will be allocated for residents at 30-60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). It is comprised or 61 one-bedroom and 59 two-bedroom apartments. Located behind an existing church on the property, the building has been designed as a four-story wood frame L-shaped structure. The exterior will incorporate brick and cementitious siding into the facades to be consistent with the surrounding multi-unit buildings and will feature decorative trim accented with large tapered columns.
Building amenities will include a computer room, a game room, a community room, a fitness center, and a salon. Along with the building amenities, there will also be an outdoor patio area with seating and a walking path around the complex. Residents will be within close proximity to retail, health care resources, and the county’s largest senior center.
Members of the Harkins team (from left to right): Dave Borkowski, Reggie Hall, Peter Schaaf, Karl Yusavitz, Gary Garofalo, Mark Kelehan, Adam Dulling and Mike Ebrahimi.