Main Street Landing, located on Main Street in Gloucester, will be ready next spring for residents to move into the new single-family home development for active adults.
Targeted at those 55 and older, these new universally designed homes offer wider than normal doorways and hallways, an open floor plan, lever controls, a two-car garage, two bathrooms and two to three bedrooms. There are a total of 126 single-family detached houses in Main Street Landing.
Angela Healy, president and founder of Andor Development, is striving to bring true aging in place to Gloucester. She wants residents of Main Street Landing to live comfortably, conveniently and safely as they age with the added support of Riverside Health System.
Healy retired from Riverside Walter Reed Hospital after 37 years of service in 2014. Two years later, she founded Andor Development and started developing Main Street Landing to bring true aging in place to Gloucester.
Over the past two years, Healy has worked w...
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