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New memory care facility opens in Henrico County

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Real estate developer HHHunt has opened a senior-living community, Spring Arbor Cottage of Richmond, in Henrico County.

The company describes the facility as the only all memory-care community in the West End area of Richmond.

The $12.9 million, 28,500-square-foot facility can serve up to 48 residents and offers a“cottage” model for memory-care residents.  Residents can live in one of three 9,500-square-foot interconnected cottages that each serve 16 residents. Monthly fees start at $5,000.

The idea behind the cottage model is to create the feeling of being at home. There are walking paths connecting each cottage to the community’s town square and a park-like area for social gatherings, community events and resident activities.

The company plans to build more “cottage” memory-care communities in Virginia.

HHHunt, with primary offices in Blacksburg, Richmond and Raleigh, is a real estate development firm with residential communities in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Maryland.

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