Senior living community to begin construction in mixed-use development in Baltimore County

A rendering of the planned $80 million Monarch White Marsh senior living community. The community is expected to open in late 2023. (Submitted photo)

Construction is set to begin this month on a nearly $80 million senior living community that will be part of the planned mixed-use development by the 113-acre Villages of White Marsh master.

Called Monarch White Marsh and offering the continuum of care on a rental basis, the highly landscaped community in Baltimore County will be connected to a 20-acre park via a pedestrian bridge providing access to 40 acres of open space and walking paths.

Scheduled to open in late 2023 at 8110 Perry Hall Blvd., the property is under development and will be managed by White Marsh-based Monarch Communities.

The four-story Monarch White Marsh will offer 188 independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. Community amenities and services are geared towards the new generation of seniors and their families. They include a concierge service, wearable resident response technology, culinary options ranging from fine dining restaurants to a pub, cafe and juice bar, outdoor dining, a pet-friendly environment with services for pets available, a bocce court and maze, raised garden beds and Suite.

A pedestrian plaza in front of the community is designed to host a wide variety of events. Pedestrian paths on the grounds will connect to an adjacent park, while access to top-notch retail businesses such as a Giant Food grocery store and the avenue stores at the White Marsh Mall are just a few steps away. half a mile away. Residents will enjoy the best of both worlds: a tranquil residential environment in a park-like setting close to shopping and entertainment.

Monarch White Marsh is designed in accordance with the guidelines of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), which focuses on improving human health and well-being through the design, construction and operation of buildings. WELL is a performance-based certification system based on building performance categories that include air, water, light, food, fitness, comfort and spirit.

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