Silverado Bellingham Design Approved by Review Board
Brand-new community starts development in Washington
We are pleased to issue the first update on construction of a new Silverado Memory Care Community set to break ground in Bellingham, Washington. With design approval from the Cordata Design Review Board and the support of city officials and other members of the local community, the community could begin development as early as Summer of this year.
The new complex – located at the 4400 block of Cordata Parkway – will be home to a 41,000 square-foot community designed specifically to deliver Silverado’s signature brand of life-enriching care for up to 80 residents with memory-impairing conditions. The property will also feature expansive outdoor space for the residents, as well as office space for the Alzheimer’s Society of Washington.
“We are excited to return to Bellingham with the support of community leaders. This development supports our mission to make a positive impact on those affected by memory impairment, and furthers our vision to change the way the world cares for this population,” shares Silverado President, Chairman and CEO Loren B. Shook.
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