White Plains, NY Congress Building Corp., a full-service construction firm based in Peabody, MA, collaborating in a joint venture with Consigli Construction, has completed construction of The White Plains Institute for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, a $60 million, rehabilitation and skilled nursing community. The new premier 110,000 s/f, five-story community features modern amenities including two full gyms/rehabs, one solely dedicated to its short term rehab residents, activity programs, full 24- hour care and a specially designed Dementia/Memory Care Living neighborhood. Other amenities include underground parking, community spaces on each floor, full service barber/beauty salon, and multiple dining facilities with outdoor urban dining, roof-top terraces and lounges designed to connect its residents to the downtown urban environment offered by this location.
Developed by The Congress Companies, the facility is owned by White Plains Health Care Properties of Peabody, MA, and designed by The Architectural Team of Chelsea, MA. The facility will be operated by Epic Healthcare, one of New York’s Westchester County leading providers of rehabilitative and skilled nursing residences and services.
Congress’ CEO William Nicholson said, “We are proud of the work we have accomplished for our valued repeat client White Plans Health Care Properties, our joint venture with Consigli, and our collaboration with The Architectural Team. We are highly appreciative of our ongoing relationship with Epic Healthcare whose team represents the future of skilled nursing, and we are honored to provide this project to them. Epic is without a doubt the best health care provider for this unique building. This facility is a modern and spectacular design, and a project that the entire team can be proud of. It represents the new state-of-the-art in skilled nursing design and construction, and is a milestone in current urban health care construction. We wish Epic continued success with this facility. We’d also like to thank the city of White Plains, NY, for their continued support and cooperation throughout the entitlement and construction of this project.”
Residents are scheduled to arrive at the facility in the fall of this year.