Senior housing designers are in a great deal of demand at the present time, and there is a very interesting reason why. During the years immediately after the end of World War II that spanned from 1954 to 1964, there were about four million babies born each year. This is a phenomenon that has come to be known as the “baby boom.” Right now, these people are starting to attain senior citizen status. To understand the magnitude, look no further than the Social Security Administration. They state that they are accepting approximately 10,000 applications every day, and this volume will continue into the foreseeable future.
Indeed, the senior population is exploding, and this is why senior housing designers are ramping up their efforts. Our company, ReTown, works on a wide range of different types of development projects, but we are well known as highly effective senior housing designers. It takes a special brand of expertise to excel in this area, and we are proud to be able to say that we are on the cutting edge.
We have recently undertaken an interesting senior housing design project in Hickory Hills, Illinois, and we are very excited about it. There was a historic banquet hall in the town call the Sabre Room. When it was at the peak of its popularity, some of the biggest stars in the entertainment industry graced the hallowed halls, including Liza Minnelli, Dean Martin, and his Rat Pack pal, the legendary Frank Sinatra.
The family was ready to sell this venerable property, and it encompasses 30 acres, so it was perfect for development by ReTown. One of the major components of the planned community that was conceptualized by our senior housing designers is Sabre Woods Senior Village. It is going to contain 84 senior apartments, 20 single family residences, and 100 units that are designed to provide safe assisted living spaces for seniors.
If you would like to speak with our senior housing designers about a similar project or any type of idea that you may have, we would love to sit down and have a meaningful conversation with you. You can get in touch with us by phone at 708-442-4545, and you also have the option of sending us a message through the contact page on this website.