Rosemann & Associates, P.C. design architect and structural engineer for the development, participated in the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony of The Residences at Jennings Place II, situated in Jennings, Missouri.

A large crowd of residents, local and state public officials, the development team and many well-wishers attended the event. A prayer was given by Pastor Cleo Hearson, who is the granddaughter of a Jennings Place resident. Senator Gina Walsh gave a heartfelt keynote about the benefits of LIHTC housing for the seniors in the community, emphasizing their security and quality of life in their great building. Her remarks were echoed by Senator Jamilah Nasheed. The residents attending were vocal in their praise of the building, management and living environment. 

The Residences at Jennings Place, II is the second phase of this affordable senior living campus. Funding involved Federal and State Low Income Housing Tax Credits administered by the Missouri Housing Development Commission. 

This new phase features a three-story (42 unit) congregate building with multiple amenity spaces and 30-two-bedroom and 12-one-bedroom apartments. Two additional six-plex villa buildings were also added to the campus, with eight 2-bedroom and four 1-bedroom villas. 

A few of the remarkable features include a large communal dining room and kitchen, expansive exterior patio, bio retention pond, fitness center, two multi-purpose areas, and a theater/screening room. 

The project was developed by RR Jennings Developer, LLC and Fairway Construction served as the general contractor. 

 

 

 

 

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