Masonic Homes of Kentucky’s planned living facility will have people wishing they were older

A new independent senior living community, complete with an 80-seat movie theater, a 300-seat performance space and a cafe, will make even millennials jealous. Masonic Homes of Kentucky symbolically broke ground Wednesday on The Meadow, a 230,000-square-foot, 122-unit apartment-style complex on the 82-acre Masonic Homes campus, 3701 Frankfort Ave.

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Assisted Living Sector Expands

By Robert Hadley of The Lane Report

Masonic Homes of Kentucky’s groundbreaking last month on The Meadow, a 230,000-s.f., 122-unit apartment-style complex on its 82-acre Louisville campus is part of a move by the region’s significant aging-care sector to fill an expanding need.

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Ground Broken Ahead of Schedule on $44 Million Senior Community

Masonic Homes of Kentucky has broken ground earlier than expected on The Meadow, a new area in the active senior living community of Miralea in Louisville, Ky. The Meadows will add 122 apartment-style homes to the already-established community.

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Growth Continues at Masonic Homes of Kentucky

Louisville’s finest life plan community continues to grow thanks to a stellar brand reputation, strong demand and a mission that seeks to provide outstanding senior living options. Masonic Homes of Kentucky broke ground this month on The Meadow, a 122-unit independent living community that will include an 80-seat movie theater, a 300-seat performance space, a café and other amenities.

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Developers Are Betting on Baby Boomers to Inherit Wealth

People approaching age 65 might want to think about more than just a retirement fund. Especially if they don’t make much money. Developers in Louisville are banking on an explosion of the elderly population living on inheritances by building more out-of-pocket assisted and independent living facilities.

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Masonic Homes breaks ground on new interactive community in Louisville

A new interactive community is benefiting baby boomers in Louisville. Masonic Homes of Kentucky broke ground Wednesday morning on its Louisville campus off Frankfort Avenue. The Meadow will feature 120 independent living spaces similar to apartments, full-service restaurants and a movie theater.

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Why this multimillion-dollar East End project is running way ahead of schedule

The demand is high for units at Masonic Homes of Kentucky, and the supply should come months sooner than expected as a result. The Louisville senior living community had expected to start work early next year on The Meadow, which will add 122 apartment-style independent-living homes to the campus. But that’s been moved up to Wednesday, Sept. 14.

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Masonic Homes plans senior housing project

Nicole Candler, Masonic Homes senior vice president, said the organization plans to break ground early next year on the 48-unit Grove Pointe assisted-living complex. It will go behind the Olmstead. An old facility has been torn down to make way for the new project.

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