PEI: 40-unit seniors living centre being built in Charlottetown

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Construction is underway on a 40-unit, wheelchair-accessible seniors living centre in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, reports The Guardian.

It’s an apartment building that is focused on seniors but is not a community care facility. The City of Charlottetown issued a permit to the McInnis Group (1993) Inc. for the project, which has a lot of seniors’ properties, several of them in Summerside.

The building is expected to be ready for occupancy by late fall.

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