Retirement Residences Planned for Cromwell Site

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CROMWELL, CT (September 29, 2008) – Covenant Village of Cromwell unveiled plans to build a neighborhood of retirement residences at the crest of its 40-acre hilltop campus.

The 3.5-acre neighborhood will be called Hillcrest and include a 56,000-square-foot, three-story apartment building and 10 duplex-style residences. Presale of residences will begin in November 2008 following approval by the Covenant Retirement Communities (CRC) Board of Directors.

“Because of the hilltop site, residences will have extraordinary views all the way to Glastonbury Hills and beyond,” said Covenant Village marketing director Maureen Brubaker. “The variety of floor plans will offer up to 1,800 square feet of living space and feature details such as gas fireplaces, lofts and walk-out basements.”

Construction is scheduled to begin by summer 2009, pending receipt of all required corporate and Town of Cromwell approvals and permits.

Covenant Village of Cromwell, 52 Missionary Rd., Cromwell, is a nationally accredited continuing care retirement community administered by Covenant Retirement Communities on behalf of the Board of Benevolence of the Evangelical Covenant Church.

For more information on the Hillcrest project, call Maureen Brubaker at 860-754-3001 or visit the CRC website.

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