Parkland Saint John
Assisted Living, Long term care, Retirement Living
Date Opened: 2016 | Square Footage: 204,000 |
A campus-style development that includes three residences, with a total of 215 suites, to accommodate a range of services and supports. Carleton Hall, Howe Hall and Tucker Hall opened in 2016. Special features include private dining areas, doctors’ offices, theatre, salon and spa, a great hall community room, outdoor gardens and walking paths.
Parkland Saint John is the first property to feature the Main Street concept which is attached to Tucker Hall, home to 90 residents who require nursing home care in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Main Street is designed like a typical main street in a small town. An indoor corridor is complete with a café, a store, a Chapel, Town Clock and a Post Office and is designed to help residents maintain their independence, restore memories from their youth, and encourage socialization and a sense of community. This indoor “street” brings new meaning to the nursing home neighbourhoods that connect to this central feature. The ample shared areas of Main Street are more welcoming to community partners and members. The Main Street design is also featured at Losier Hall in Miramichi, Pavillon Richard and Pavillon Landry at Faubourg du Mascaret in Moncton and Neill Hall in Fredericton.
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Carleton Hall is a four-storey, 65-suite All-Inclusive Lifestyle Residence.
Howe Hall is a two-storey, 60-suite Assisted Living Residence (licensed Special Care).
Tucker Hall is a two-storey, 90-bed licensed Nursing Home, comprised of six neighbourhoods of 15 suites.