Urbana council to consider Clark-Lindsey expansion

Urbana council to consider Clark-Lindsey expansion

URBANA — Clark-Lindsey Retirement Village could expand to the east if Urbana City Council members this week sign off on a plan for 16 new independent living townhomes.

The city council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Urbana City Building, 400 S. Vine St.

According to city documents, Clark-Lindsey has space on the northeast corner of its property to build four new one-story buildings, each with four attached townhouses. The new buildings would be on Windsor Road just west of Meadowbrook Park.

Clark-Lindsey residents choose to live in units based on what kind of care they need. The village has about 250 residents in 136 "independent living" apartments, 19 "assisted living" beds and 83 skilled nursing beds, according to city documents. The new townhouses would add 16 units to the stock of independent-living housing.

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