A Wichita senior living company will spend around $10 million to expand two of its campuses.
Oxford Senior Living will undertake construction projects later this year on its Oxford Glen Memory Care communities in Owasso, Okla. and Grand Prairie, Texas, to add assisting living apartments, company leaders tell the Wichita Business Journal.
“These expansions will allow our Oxford Glen memory care communities to serve a broader audience,” says Chris Dennis, Oxford’s president and CEO. “The new assisted living apartments attached to our existing communities will allow seniors to better age in place.”
Both communities will have around 30,000 square feet added to their respective campuses and up to 40 assisted living apartments.
Wichita-based LK Architecture is the architect for both projects.
Oxford says RECO Enterprises In Tulsa will be the general contractor for the Owasso project, which is expected to start this summer. The other project is expected to begin later in 2018. A contractor for that work hasn’t yet been selected.
Oxford Senior Living develops and operates senior living communities in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri. The company employs more than 600 people across 14 communities.