Crews Break Ground on $76 Million Senior Living Facility in Rockville

Crews Break Ground on $76 Million Senior Living Facility in Rockville

Six-story building to include 146 age-restricted apartments

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Crews broke ground this week on a $76 million senior living community in Rockville.

Dallas-based Silverstone Senior Living is spearheading the project that will include 116 assisted living and 30 memory care apartments at the new facility at the corner of West Gude Drive and Route 355. The project will be located adjacent to the King Farm mixed-use community.

Amenities will include a fitness center, art studio, massage services, salon, dining areas and occasional events for residents.

The six-story facility, expected to be open to renters by 2022, is Silverstone’s first foray into Montgomery County and gained support from Rockville Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton.

The new building will be approximately 155,000 square feet in gross floor area and will includes an underground parking garage, according to development application records. The city of Rockville gave final approval to the project in January.

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