A proposed development in Town & Country that would reimagine the existing NHC Healthcare rehabilitation center as a senior living facility is scheduled to appear before Planning & Zoning on Wednesday, Sept. 18 after a continuance was previously requested.
George Stock, of Stock and Associates, Inc., submitted a preliminary site development plan for the new project on July 17.
The project would construct a senior living facility, known as Clarendale of Town and Country, on 13 acres located at 13995 Clayton Road. To achieve that goal, the land in question would require rezoning from its current Suburban Estate Zoning District to the proposed Planned Development District with independent living, assisted living and memory care uses.
Clarendale of Town and Country would be a new senior living facility with 214 beds, consisting mainly of independent living units. As proposed, it will include 10 one-story independent living villas, an access road, parking around the building and an underground parking garage. The maximum building height, located at the front entrance, is proposed at 52 feet.
The existing facility, NHC Healthcare, built in 1962, currently is licensed for 281 skilled nursing beds.
After hearing from individuals commissioned to work on the project and several residents on July 17, the rezoning and site plan request was continued to the Aug. 17 P&Z meeting and again to its Sept. 18 meeting. P&Z meets at 7 p.m. at city hall.