Chesterbrook Residences is the first mixed-income assisted living facility near the heart of McLean, Virginia. The 97-unit building has three stories, structural steel studs, and Hambro floors with metal roof trusses. It is staffed by nurses, and includes such amenities as food service, private dining room, library, salon, lounges, and activity rooms. Separate staff areas, doctor’s office and exam rooms, resident services, and onsite medication storage areas are also provided to assure resident care. The interior courtyard includes a concrete patio, and access is provided to the wooded surroundings via concrete and paved pathways connecting to the Fairfax County trail system.
Access to the construction site was challenging; nevertheless, much of the existing tree cover was preserved, and Chesterbrook opened its doors in July 2007 after being completed on time and within budget.
The sponsors of Chesterbrook Residences are Lewinsville Presbyterian Church, Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Temple Rodef Shalom and The National Capital Presbytery.