Goodwin House acquires Hermitage Northern Va.
Senior living community has 100 residents
Not-for-profit senior living and health care organization Goodwin House Inc. has acquired Hermitage Northern Virginia, a senior living community in Alexandria, from Pinnacle Living.
The financial terms were not disclosed.
Hermitage has 100 residents and more than 100 employees and offers independent living, assisted living and long-term care. It has two residential buildings and a penthouse, plus walking paths, a gazebo, gardens and a greenhouse.
When the sale is finalized, Pinnacle will own four senior living communities in the commonwealth. Goodwin House owns and operates two others in Northern Virginia: Bailey’s Crossroads at the corner of Arlington and Falls Church and Goodwin House Alexandria.
“Goodwin House is grateful and excited to welcome the residents and team members of Hermitage Northern Virginia into our organization. Together, we will continue to grow our mission to support, honor and uplift the lives of older adults and those who care for them,” GHI President and CEO Rob Liebreich said in a statement. “We are also grateful to Pinnacle Living for its 60 years of service to the older adults and team members who have resided and worked at Hermitage Northern Virginia.”
The sale is expected to close in August.