Retirement by Design
Since their birth between 1946 and 1959, Baby Boomers have ‘driven’ everything — housing, furniture, cars, education, marketing, and national economies; however, they are now reaching a time when decelerating, downsizing, and taking the time to smell the roses are attractive alternatives to the busy lives they’ve led.
In response to this trend, the Municipality of Huron East is poised to welcome a new community planned especially for those, who value specific function, as much as form. “Inspired Living Seaforth” will be a development encompassing the amenities and necessities important to those of a certain age: Baby Boomers, Zoomers, and their contemporaries—and will be set in close proximity to bustling towns, diverse and prolific arts sectors, country woodlands and hiking trails, as well as the beaches of a beautiful lakeshore.
To be located in the historic and vibrant town of Seaforth, and adjacent to the community’s medical campus, this multi-phase, multi-million dollar development will include 40 condos, and
a three-storey 80 rental unit building with many main floor conveniences, including a fitness studio, physio/rehab, greenhouse, lounge, dining room, hair salon, activity/crafts room, and nursing office. Completing this all-inclusive community will be a centre for more dependent residents, providing comprehensive medical and personal care.
Furthermore, a centre of excellence in cognitive impairments and palliative care is planned for the retirement community. By partnering with the University of Western Ontario, Inspired Living Seaforth will become a research hub for the Aging and Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORC).
In addition, it will be designed to offer the features and distinct lifestyle of rural living to those, who have long resided in the country. Remaining in a familiar environment makes transition, and change far more palatable to retirees and for those eventually requiring assistance with day-to-day living.
JL Retirement Living, the parent company of Inspired Living Seaforth, is under the direction of President and CEO Jessica Lunshof, a former emergency and long-term care nurse, her brother Joshua, Vice President of Operations, with extensive management experience, and financial advisor Executive Vice President Steven Smelt.
Inspired Living Seaforth will provide both residential comfort and specialized services. A place of relaxed and enriched living planned for your future.
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Jan Hawley, Economic Development Officer Municipality of Huron East email@example.com
Carolyn Parks Mintz for the Municipality of Huron East