PLYMOUTH, Minn. — Design and construction firm The Weitz Company and developer LCS have opened the doors on Trillium Woods, a 46-acre continuing care retirement community in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth.
The 500,000-square-foot community cost $161 million to develop. The buildings are split into a 50,000-square-foot commons building, a 58,000-square-foot health center and three independent living buildings totaling 392,000 square feet.
The three-level health center building contains 44 memory care and skilled nursing units. The independent living buildings contain 195 apartments. In addition, there are 14 detached townhome residences in seven separate buildings.
Life Care Services, a subsidiary of LCS, will operate the new community.