Bay Aging held a ribbon cutting last week to open its new income-restricted senior apartment building in Gloucester County.
Daffodil Gardens Phase II, a new 40-unit apartment complex, has been designed to provide affordable housing for seniors in Gloucester County and complement the 10 existing Bay Aging senior rental housing communities across the region.
Phase II was constructed adjacent to the original Daffodil Gardens—a 64-unit rental housing community built in Gloucester County in 2001. The human service campus also includes Bay Aging’s Gloucester Adult Day Care Center and a Bay Transit facility, which provides residents with easy access to an array of services. Residents are only minutes away from Riverside Walter Reed Hospital, a Food Lion grocery store, and other professional services and shops.
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