COVID-19 and WesleyLife: Holiday Plans and Reopening Updates

Unprecedented organizational growth and development continue!

posted on Thursday, November 5, 2020

Fieldstone of DeWitt rendering

Rendering, Fieldstone of DeWitt 

As WesleyLife follows public health COVID guidelines in working toward safely reopening our 11 communities, our development projects continue to move forward -- with the recent mild weather has helped us make a lot of progress!  

From building two new communities to adding to another to continuing master-planning efforts at several other campuses, we are broadening our message of health, well-being, and enhanced purpose and meaning in the lives of those we serve. Here are the projects to keep watching! 

  • Continued development at The Summit of Bettendorf, a WellSpire community scheduled to open in summer 2021. The community, under construction in Bettendorf, Iowa, will feature levels of living ranging from Independent and Assisted Living to Memory Support, Short-Term Rehabilitation, and Long-Term Nursing care, and second-to-none amenities including virtual golf, beautiful outdoor spaces, and a rooftop bar. The rendering above, courtesy of Pope Architects, gives a hint of the aesthetic residents can expect!
  • Continuation of a $5 million capital campaign to help fund the development of Fieldstone of DeWitt, a WellSpire community that will replace Westwing Place in DeWitt, Iowa. Upon the completion of a successful campaign, the new campus will offer Assisted Living, Memory Support, Short-Term Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care. The DeWitt Community Hospital Foundation is leading the capital campaign, and the foundation is engaging the DeWitt community and surrounding area to help support the development. Groundbreaking could take place before the end of the year.
  • A 36-apartment addition to The Cottages, a campus of Hearthstone in Pella, to replace the community's Jefferson Place community. Jefferson Place sustained flooding from a water-main break earlier this year.
  • Master planning at several communities, the results of which will improve and enhance physical spaces and community programming to encourage the health and well-being of current and future residents, clients, and team members. 

More will be announced in the coming months. Continue to follow us here to learn more!

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