NEW SENIOR APARTMENTS FILLING UP
Before she moved into a first-floor apartment at Hawthorne Hills, Marcia Henson lived on the third floor of Willow Manor across the street. Before that, she lived in a basement apartment on a Brown County hill.
Neither situation was ideal for her. She gets dizzy spells and doesn’t enjoy being up high.
Wednesday morning she unloaded groceries with her granddaughter, easily passing them over the rail of her patio decorated with rocking chairs and flower boxes while her cat peeked from inside.
“For a person living alone in an area with bad access, being able to live with other people their age, interact with good friends, close to a walking area, it’s perfect,” said Jeff Ryan, vice president of development for RealAmerica LLC.