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Why Laurel View Village is adding 10 new townhomes to its Davidsville campus

DAVIDSVILLE ― Ten new townhomes are being constructed at Laurel View Village over the following yr, in what CEO Tim Mock calls the Continuing Care Retirement Community’s largest constructing challenge since 2010.

Mock, together with Board of Directors Chairman Barry Thomas, different board members and a few of the townhomes’ future residents, turned over shovels of earth on April 18 to begin building on the 5 duplexes alongside Meadowlark Lane, subsequent to the Cambridge Place apartments.

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Tim Mock, CEO of Laurel View Village, offers remarks at the groundbreaking for the new townhome construction project.(*10*)

Tim Mock, CEO of Laurel View Village, provides remarks on the groundbreaking for the new townhome building challenge.

“This has been a long time coming, very long time coming,” Thomas stated. “As we look back, we appreciate the efforts of a lot of people. It took a lot of effort to get us here, and we’re thankful, we’re grateful for all those who’ve finally made this day happen.”

Ground work is underway to build 10 new townhomes at Laurel View Village.Ground work is underway to build 10 new townhomes at Laurel View Village.

Ground work is underway to construct 10 new townhomes at Laurel View Village.

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Laurel View Village at present serves over 300 residents residing in its 60 townhomes, two condominium complexes (Cambridge Place and Vista) and its private care and well being care areas.

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Nine of the 10 new townhomes underneath building have already been offered, bringing an extra 18 residents to Laurel View Village over the following yr, stated Angela Rizzo, senior director of impartial residing. The future residents will not be solely shifting in from Somerset and Cambria counties, but additionally from Pittsburgh, the Carolinas and California, she added.

In a earlier interview, Mock advised the Daily American that a few of the new townhomes can be completed later this yr, and the rest can be accomplished by June 2025. A powerful curiosity in townhomes by potential residents led to the choice to construct the extra items, he stated.

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‘Thank you for placing your religion in us’

“Thank you all for being here to celebrate the next step for our community. Your support for Laurel View Village, faith in our entire team and myself, we would not be here without everyone doing their part to make this happen,” Mock stated on the groundbreaking.

“To our future residents of these specific townhomes, thank you for putting your faith in us. We’ll work hard to build the townhome that you’ve envisioned, we’ll strive to continue to provide the highest level of service and continue to innovate to meet the ever-changing demands of our industry, to ensure that we are sustainable for years to come.”

This article initially appeared on The Daily American: Laurel View Village in Davidsville, PA adding 10 new townhomes to its campus

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