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April 24, 2014

River Bend facility shaping up

04222014riverbend1Rochester's River Bend Assisted Living facility seems to be shaping up pretty well on the shores of the Zumbro River.

Titan Development and Investments and Good Neighbor Care Centers of Eugene, Ore. broke ground on $15 million, 81,000-square-foot complex project in September.

Since then, they've made pretty good headway on the construction. It's expected to open in the fall.

04222014riverbend2River Bend will feature 70 assisted living units and 18 memory-care units on overlooking the river. The goal is to complete the facility by fall of 2014.

Good Neighbor Care, which is owned by Yakima, Wash.,-based Wilkinson Corp, will manage the community.

 When it opens, River Bend is expected to employ nearly 50 full- and part-time staff members.

River Bend Assisted Living is being designed by Rochester-based CRW Architects, built by Weis Builders and financed by West Bank.

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