BOYLE, ALTA. — Government officials and community leaders recently celebrated the official opening of the new Wild Rose Assisted Living and Wild Rose Villa designated supportive living facility in Boyle, Alta.
The facility offers 36 new lodge units and 22 designated supportive living units, providing different levels of care and options for seniors, said a news release.
Designed by Berry Architecture + Associates, the existing lodge was renovated and converted to a 22-suite designated assisted living facility and a two-storey linked addition was built to provide 32 bachelor suites and four, one-bedroom suites, outlines the architect’s website.
The project was made possible from a combined federal and provincial investment of about $13.1 million under the Investment in Affordable Housing Agreement.
In 2017, Alberta launched its first Affordable Housing Strategy, including $1.2-billion to build affordable housing across the province, said the release.