Springfield Masonic Community Breaks Ground on Iredell Gardens Renovation

Springfield Masonic Community will be renovating Iredell Gardens into 59 new Assisted Living Apartments along with a new dining facility. The groundbreaking ceremony took place on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 1:00 P.M.

The ceremony was led by Tony Berardi, President of Springfield Masonic Community along with Tom Maloney, COO/CFO for The Ohio Masonic Home. Together they were joined by board members, local community officials, and current residents to commemorate the event. Conceptual designs of the new dining room and apartments were also on display.

Each one and two bedroom apartment will include a fully furnished kitchen, a private bathroom, and a balcony or patio. The new dining facility will offer upscale dining options with a seasonal menu and outdoor patio seating.

“At Springfield Masonic Community, our residents are not defined by their health care needs. We empower our residents to live the lifestyle of their choosing and our approach to senior living is anything but traditional. By renovating Iredell Gardens, we’re able to provide our residents with brand new, state-of-the-art one and two bedroom apartments and a new dining facility. This allows us to continue to be the top senior living provider in the area!” said Tony Berardi, President and Administrator for Springfield Masonic Community.

To learn more about the Iredell Gardens renovation project or to schedule a tour, contact Brian Clayborn, Sales Manager at Springfield Masonic Community, by phone 937.525.3023 or by email bclayborn@ohiomasonichome.org.

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