The ribbon has been cut on the new Keystone Place at Wooster Heights senior living community in Danbury. Senator Richard Blumenthal and Congresswoman Jahana Hayes were on hand for the event with the Mayor and state legislative delegation among others.
An ambulance facility was constructed on the campus, donated to the City to cover emergencies on Danbury’s west side.
Rizzo Corporation of Danbury says this development will help meet the growing need for senior housing in the area. The project generated hundreds of construction-related jobs and created new permanent employment opportunities for scores of area residents.
Keystone Place at Wooster Heights includes 55 independent living apartments, 63 traditional assisted living apartments and 22 memory care apartments. The community features studio, one and two bedroom/two bathroom apartment homes.