CHICAGO—The Village of Burr Ridge, a Chicago suburb, has just approved the construction of a 40,000-square-foot community that will accommodate up to 76 full-time residents with memory loss. Anthem Memory Care, an Oregon-based firm that owns and operates assisted living centers, will begin construction on the $12 million facility in September. This will be its first facility in the Chicago metro area, although they have plans to build several more.

Upon completion, the community at 15W150 S. Frontage Rd. will employ about 50 full-time equivalent employees. Anthem’s plans for the community were approved at the bimonthly meeting of the Mayor and Board of Trustees on Monday, July 14.

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