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Developer adds senior apartments

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  • | 3:50 p.m. October 14, 2015
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BONITA SPRINGS — American House started construction on 88 senior-living apartments in the third phase of a development in Bonita Springs.

“This new building complements American House's recently opened 22 independent, 68 assisted-living and 40 memory care rental apartments to provide our residents with a continuum of services in three separate buildings that offer higher levels of care as a resident ages or their health worsens,” says Bob Gillette, founder of American House and a Bonita Springs resident, in a statement.

American House monthly rental fees range from $2,800 per month to $4,500 per month with a one-time community service fee of $2,500. The development is at 11400 Longfellow Lane.

“Combined with our Coconut Point location now under construction south of Coconut Point Mall off U.S. 41 and Coconut Road and due to open in late Spring 2016, American House now offers Southwest Florida residents a combined 400 independent-living, assisted-living and memory care rental apartments in Estero and Bonita Springs,” says Dale Watchowski, CEO of American Home, in a statement.

Now part of Michigan-based Redico, American House was founded by Gillette in 1979. The company now operates 51 senior-living communities.


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