Thursday, August 1, 2013

Apartments for seniors coming to Snake River Landing

Architectural drawings for Bandon River Apartments at Snake River Landing
Northwest Integrity Housing Co. and Thomas Development Co. announced today the development and construction of Bandon River Apartments, a senior apartment community located within Snake River Landing in Idaho Falls. Ground was broken in July, and the first unit is expected to open in the first half of 2014.

Bandon River will offer rental housing for eligible individuals over age 62. It is part of the second phase of residential development within Snake River Landing, following the construction of 34 single-family homes. Snake River Landing plans several other home types and residential options within its 400 acres.

“Building a new apartment community in Snake River Landing is an exciting opportunity for us to expand our eastern Idaho business platform,” said Tom Mannschreck, president of Thomas Development Co. and Northwest Integrity Housing Co.

Thomas Development Co. has developed Rosslare and Summerhill Apartments, as well as the Earl Building and 357 Constitution Plaza in Idaho Falls. “Our company takes great care to select the best locations for our apartment communities. Snake River Landing exceeds our selection criteria,” he said.

For more information about the Bandon River apartments, please call Thomas Development Co. at (208) 343-8877.

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  1. Sounds like a plan. I've heard these Senior living housing projects are very successful in providing the elders with an appropriate home.

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