In response to demand, Brightview Perry Hall expands

BrightView Senior LivingBecause Brightview Perry Hall has quickly become one of the most popular retirement communities in Maryland – and demand continues to increase – construction is now underway on a new, Independent Living wing of the community.

The addition – which includes 63 Independent Living apartment homes – will feature one- and two-bedroom apartment homes as well as amenity and gathering spaces including a bistro-style dining venue with a brick pizza oven, an expanded sports pub, movie theater and game room with pool table, shuffle board and poker table.

“This is our last expansion,” notes Andrew Teeters, Vice President of Development. “Once the campus is complete, it will include the additional Independent Living apartment homes, outdoor recreational areas, open natural spaces and a wooded walking path.”

“It is unmatched in the area,” added Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, “I supported Brightview Perry Hall because I wanted a place where senior citizens from our area could remain close to their families. Brightview Perry Hall has also created jobs for our community and strengthened the nearby shopping center. We are proud to have Brightview in Perry Hall.”

Designed by Baltimore-based architectural team at Hord Coplan Macht, Brightview Perry Hall used nearby historic Perry Hall mansion as its design inspiration and is reminiscent of the Early Georgian architectural style of the mansion, characterized by elegant proportions and loose symmetry along the main façades, gabled dormers, one-story front porches and Greek Doric style columns.

The community, located at 9657 Belair Road, draws people from throughout the region. One reason for its popularity is that no large entrance fees are required, unlike other retirement communities in the area.

Brightview Perry Hall includes Independent Living, Assisted Living and a Wellspring Village® neighborhood dedicated to dementia and Alzheimer’s Care.

BrightView Perry Hall Expansion Rendering

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