NEW YORK CITY — Maplewood Senior Living and Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. (NYSE: OHI) will break ground Wednesday on Inspir | Manhattan, a 215-unit seniors housing community on the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.
The 23-story, 212,000-square-foot building will offer assisted living, memory care and “enhanced care.” It will be located at the corner of Second Avenue and 93rd Street. Development costs are estimated at $270 million, including land costs.
T.G. Nickel & Associates of New York is serving as the construction manager for the development. Handel Architects of New York is handling design. The project is slated to open in 2019.
Westport, Conn.-based Maplewood Senior Living currently operates 13 other communities in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Ohio.