Beavercreek City Council approved an application for a major modification for Crestview Manor during the city council meeting Monday night.
Crestview manor, located at 4381 Tonawanda Drive near The Greene, provides comprehensive nursing care, rehabilitation services, Hospice care, post-operative care and many additional services. The approval of the application will allow plans to build a new facility to continue and move forward.
“We would like to reconstruct the current building and replace the existing building. The new building will be constructed in two phases so we can keep the building operable. At the completion, we will have a 102 skilled nursing home bed facility,” said David Sites, representative of Crestview Manor.
The new building will consist of mainly a one story facility with a portion that is two stories. The proposed facility will have a more residential feel with natural color masonry and a mixture between brick and stone. Tasteful landscaping will be added to round out the residential feel for the facility.
The current carport, the shed and the 20 unit apartment building will be eliminated as part of the new plan. The residents of the apartment complex had been provided ample warning and are in the process of moving.
“It is something that is unique to the area and it is going to be special when completed,” Sites continued.
The construction of the new building will take place in stages. Residents in the building will be moved to a temporary section of the old building until the new first section has been completed. The same will occur during the second phase, until the completion of the entire new facility.
“I really like this new facility. I think it blends in better with the neighborhood,” said Mayor Vicki Giambrone.
Construction is expected to begin this summer. The anticipated completion of the first phase is projected for the fall of 2014 with the completion of the second phase for the fall of 2015.