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Shady Lane

Campus repositioning to improve marketability with contemporary and inviting environments

The existing Shady Lane campus includes aging buildings that have experienced numerous changes to their physical environments over the past few decades. Looking to further their mission of providing community-based, affordable care for older adults, Shady Lane turned to EUA to complete a campus repositioning study that will improve and stabilize revenue generation.

Phase I of the campus master plan repositioning includes a new household model assisted living facility with 36 dual-licensed rooms designed to offer Shady Lane flexibility for future needs. Creating a welcoming and inviting environment, residents enjoy spacious private rooms with large windows to allow for ample natural light while incorporating a contemporary and natural design aesthetic. The two households feature a secure courtyard, spa/salon and intimate dining areas with shared prep kitchens to improve resident mobility and decrease staff inefficiency. Designed at a residential scale, this new construction facility uses contextual materials to blend in with the neighborhood.