“The three-story building will add 65 new retirement living apartments and approximately 95,000 square feet,” according to CEO, Charlene Kish.
Construction will begin this summer with a completion date of spring 2019. Architect R. W. Larson and Associates has designed a state-of-the-art life plan community for seniors age 68 and over. Each of the spacious one, two and two bedroom corner apartments will feature an open concept floor plan with fully applianced kitchen and laundry room. The first class amenities are a part of the lifestyle at Concordia at Sumner, which offers amenities such as the Terrace Room restaurant, craft room, fitness center, swimming pool and game room.
“Concordia embraces aging in place and we believe this concept allows our residents to thrive and stay independent longer,” said Kish.
Those interested in learning more about Concordia’s new retirement living expansion are invited to visit us online at www.concordiaatsumner.org or call Director of Marketing Rowena Wilkins at 330-664-1289.
Concordia Lutheran Ministries acquired Sumner in November of 2012. Currently, Concordia at Sumner provides 79 retirement apartments, 22 retirement villas, 48 skilled nursing suites for long term care and short term rehabilitation and 40 assisted living suites as well as a full spectrum of rehabilitation services.
Founded more than 135 years ago, Concordia Lutheran Ministries is a faith-based, CARF-accredited Aging Services Network and recipient of the inaugural Pennsylvania Department of Aging Excellence in Quality Care Award. As one of the 25 largest nonprofit senior care providers in the country, the organization serves over 40,000 people annually through home care and inpatient locations in western PA, eastern OH and the gulf coast of Florida. Concordia offers a lifetime continuum of care that includes adult day services, home care, hospice, medical and rehabilitation services, memory care, personal care, assisted living, respite care, retirement living, skilled nursing/short-term rehab, spiritual care and medical equipment.