A new, 86-bed assisted senior living facility could be on the way for 2347 Hunter Mill Road, adjacent to the United Methodist Church of the Good Shepherd in northern Vienna.
According to the application, the facility would primarily serve seniors living currently living within five miles of the property, or whose current caregivers live nearby. Senior living facilities around Northern Virginia can be scarce, though several are planned across the Tysons area.
The proposed facility would provide accommodations for people with dementia or memory loss, providing housing, meals, programming and supportive care services.
The applicant, Orr-BSL Hunter Mill, LLC, is proposing a two-story building with approximately 43,680 square feet of space. The application says the building will include outdoor courtyards and a garden accessible to residents of the facility.
The facility would operate 24/7 with a staff of 30 employees.
A Planning Commission hearing for the application is scheduled for June 12 at 7:30 p.m.
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