Kirco and Kirco Manix announced groundbreaking of The Bluffs at Greystone

Kirco and Kirco Manix announced that they recently broke ground on the newest independent and assisted living community in Birmingham, Ala., called The Bluffs at Greystone.

Working together with Phoenix Senior Living and EDT, Kirco said The Bluffs at Greystone will be a senior living community that will provide both independent and assisted living. In addition, it will be designed to include memory care units in the future.

“We are pleased to partner with Phoenix Senior Living and EDT on The Bluffs at Greystone,” said Brandon Lesniak, senior vice president of Senior Living for Kirco. “This marks our entry into the senior living sector in the state of Alabama, where we can apply our four decades of development and construction experience to help create optimal living environments for seniors.”

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“We are people serving people and we know when it comes to a loved one, everything matters.  The community, the environment, the care, the programs and our teams represent that core belief at every Phoenix Senior Living community and we live those philosophies each day,” said Jesse Marinko, CEO and founder of Phoenix Senior Living. “We are excited to serve seniors, their families and the local community and look forward to a strong partnership with the city of Birmingham.”

The state-of-the-art facility will include 132 units and is slated to open in July 2018. Amenities will include indoor pool, wellness center, industry leading dining experience, beauty salon, yoga studio, and demonstration kitchen for social and family gatherings with residents.

According to Lesniak, Kirco and Kirco Manix design and build independent living, assisted living, and memory care facilities that nurture and inspire senior residents and their families. For each senior living project, Kirco and Kirco Manix select a specialized team that understands the unique needs of seniors in each market to help capture the local dynamic, including architecture, interior design, culture and climate.

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