$20 Million Project Breaks Ground in Danvers
The Hathorne Hill Rehabilitation Center, began initial site work in August, with construction scheduled to be completed by December 2012.
A 72,000 square foot, $20 million healthcare facility in Danvers for College Street Partners has officially broken ground, expecting to begin offering short-term rehab services along with residential senior care by summer 2013.
The project will create a state-of-the-art skilled nursing center that will serve up to 120 patients and residents.
The center will feature three distinct “neighborhoods” that will accommodate up to 40 patients each, and will be designed to help patients recover quickly, from orthopedic or reconstructive surgery, trauma or a neurological condition.
According to Nauset, the facility is being built on a nine-acre site across from Beverly Hospital at Danvers. The Cedar Glen facility, owned and operated by SunBridge Healthcare, will transfer its operations to the new Hathorne Hill Rehabilitation Center upon completion.
Nauset Construction Corporation began initial site work in August, with construction scheduled to be completed by December 2012. College Street officials expect the center to be able to serve patients and residents by the summer of 2013.
According to Robert Burr, president and CEO of College Street Partners Nauset Construction was selected for the project after a competitive bidding process, based "on the combination of their extensive health care construction background, approach, quality and competitive pricing."
Anthony Papantonis, president of Nauset Construction Corp, said "This is one of the few new senior living facilities being constructed in the region right now, so we’re looking forward to collaborating with College Street and JSA on this project."