The Humanities Foundation announces the opening of two new properties in Virginia valued at more than $20,000,000. These developments are the first senior communities to be sponsored by the Foundation in Virginia. Cavalier Senior is located in Petersburg, VA, and Mintbrook Senior is located in Bealeton, VA, near Warrenton.
Both Cavalier and Mintbrook are 80-unit properties with one and two-bedroom apartments. On – site amenities include a community gathering space, a business center, an exercise room, a central laundry facility, a gazebo and a garden area. The resident services program at both communities provides a food pantry, health and wellness programs, social events, and cultural opportunities. At Mintbrook, the residents also will benefit from regular health clinics conducted in partnership with Lord Fairfax Community College School of Nursing. “We are thrilled to add some senior apartments to our Virginia portfolio,” said Tracy Doran, President of Humanities Foundation. “Our resident services programs for seniors are rapidly evolving and we are excited for the opportunity to implement them in Virginia.”
Cavalier and Mintbrook are three-story, elevator-served buildings. Both are Earthcraft Platinum-certified, designed to be energy efficient and generate significant savings for residents.
The communities are joint ventures of the Humanities Foundation and James Doran Company and were built utilizing Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) administered by the Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA).