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McShane Breaks Ground on Active Seniors Apts.

A ceremonial groundbreaking marked the beginning of McShane Construction Company’s work on an active-living senior housing complex in Naperville, IL. McShane was recently contracted by Avenida Partners LLC to build the 203,000-square-foot Avenida Naperville.

The project, McShane’s sixth senior living facility in the Chicago metro area, will produce 146 units, with a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Amenities will include a clubhouse, swimming pool and spa.

“Partnering with Avenida has been an exciting adventure,” said McShane Construction president Jeffrey A. Raday (pictured above left). “We are eager to see the buildings come together and create a dynamic living environment for active senior citizens.”

The architect of record is Meeks + Partners. Construction is slated for completion in early 2020.


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