WARMINSTER — Wesley Enhanced Living staff held a ribbon cutting in January to unveil renovations to its Upper Moreland location.
“This is a very exciting time at Wesley Enhanced Living,” said Maureen Casey, executive director of the Upper Moreland and Burholme communities. “Our team is thrilled to offer and collaborate in a space that better accommodates and supports resident engagement.”
There was about $3 million invested in the project that took roughly six months to complete, according to a spokesperson for the senior living community. There are 200 apartments and cottages in the 184,000-square-foot site, and renovations were made to the following amenities:
- An updated lobby area and main dining room.
- An addition of a Bistro and Pub restaurant.
- The development of a movie theater and fireplace lounge.
- The creation of a TV lounge with expanded seating.
- A renovated gift shop, library and chapel.
The ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Jan. 21 at the senior living community in Hatboro. Residents, family and friends also attended.