ANF Group, Inc., a full-service construction firm providing construction management, general contracting, development, and design-build services, in conjunction with Providence One Partners, a developer and operator of senior living communities, broke ground on May 19 on a new assisted living facility named Providence Living in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The project is located on 3.15 acres on the west side of Palm Avenue, just south of Pines Boulevard at the entrance to the Pembroke Pines City Center, and will yield 114,003 square feet including 117 units comprised of 121 beds of assisted living and memory care.
“Providence One Partners and ANF Real Estate Group is pleased to announce the start of our newest senior community, Providence Living at Pembroke Pines. Our goal is to create exceptional, comfortable, and safe homes to Pembroke Pines seniors, while providing each resident their ‘Best Day Possible’ through great care, diet, physical, mental and spiritual exercise and stimulating social experiences,” said Michelle Pierce, Chief Operating Officer of Providence One Development. “Pembroke Pines has been extremely welcoming, and we are excited to be a great neighbor.”
Designed by Forum Architecture, the project will include restaurant style dining rooms with meals prepared on-site, full-service salon, fitness center with a physical therapy room and private massage room, multiple living rooms equipped with iN2L smart televisions, theatre, and craft rooms. Individual units will be equipped with upgraded lighting and plumbing fixtures, wood vinyl plank flooring throughout, full ADA compliant and zero entry showers, 42” televisions in every room with cable, Wi-Fi, and state-of-the-art wireless emergency call system.
“We are excited to be partnering with Providence One on this brand-new development project to benefit families that are looking for quality senior care facilities for their aging loved ones,” said Nelson Fernandez, Executive Vice President of ANF Group. “This type of development will continue to thrive as Florida’s senior population continues to grow.”
This project is being developed by Providence One Partners and ANF Real Estate Group. It will be constructed by ANF Construction Group and will be managed by Providence Senior Living. The project is expected to open to residents in the fourth quarter of 2023.