Plans to convert a portion of the Notre Dame of Maryland University campus into a senior living complex are moving forward with construction expected to begin in early 2024. Baltimore-based Brightview Senior Living officials said on Monday the development will be the company’s first in the city and will hold 171 apartment homes offering independent living, assisted living and memory care services. It is expected to open by 2026. The complex, which was first announced in 2020, will add to 23-year-old Brightview’s portfolio of 45 senior living communities in eight states. The private senior living chain already has five senior living developments in Greater Baltimore in Catonsville, Annapolis, Crofton, Edgewater and Severna Park. The move comes amid other changes in the works at Notre Dame.
Senior living complex planned for Notre Dame of Maryland campus moves ahead
November 2, 2022