Lee’s Summit, MO—The Village Cooperative of Lee’s Summit broke ground on December 15th on a senior living complex to be built at Shenandoah Drive and SE Battery Drive just east of the Lee’s Summit Medical Center. The new cooperative will offer 50 spacious single-level homes with private balconies and fully equipped kitchens and laundry. With one, two and two+ bedroom floorplan options available, each is expertly designed for active adults age 62+ and construction is anticipated to be complete in 12 months.
Amenities will include a community room, woodworking shop, club room, guest suites, fitness room, raised garden beds, “while-you’re-away” services and heated, underground parking with a car wash bay—all wrapped up in a step-free, secure building. The homes will be well equipped with all appliances and offer in-home storage, walk-in closets and individually controlled HVAC systems.
Village Cooperative is a community of active adults who want to escape the hassles of home maintenance and upkeep but want to retain the investment and tax advantages of home ownership.
“We like the maintenance-free lifestyle the Village Cooperative offers and we’re excited to see construction starting on our community. We have become acquainted with other members and already built some great friendships.” said D.J. Malotte, a current member of the Village Cooperative. Read More