Nearly 15 months ago Mar Lan Construction broke ground on the Homestead of Eudora project in the City of Eudora. Then Mother Nature hit and caused nearly 2 months of weather delays. Superintendent Randy Frahm kept his eye on the horizon and now, here we are, ready to turn the keys over to the building Owners.
The exterior of the 40,000 square foot structure is warm and aesthetically pleasing. The combination of stone, siding, and colors really helps give the building depth and texture.
Once inside, the interior is bright with windows everywhere, including clerestory windows both at the entry and in the dining area that allow lots of indirect light. Large comfortable and inviting gathering spaces within for the residents and their guests help create a home-like atmosphere. Lighting that is interesting architecturally and also brightens the spaces increases the enjoyment of the indoors. Resident’s rooms that accommodate many different levels of care, and yet feel like home, have been created. There are a total of 55 rooms of which 35 are assisted living units, and 20 memory-care units. There are large, bright bathrooms, small kitchenettes all with inviting colors that make up the interior.
Homestead of Eudora has been a great project, and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with Health Midwest and Alcove Development. The various State entities, inspectors and the City of Eudora have all helped make this project a success and a great addition to the community. We are proud to have been a part of this project and look forward to working with our construction team in the future.