Ground has officially been broken for a new $14 million senior living center in Woodbury.

Called Red Rock Senior Living, the 76-unit complex is located on Century Av., west of Interstate 494 and close to CornerStone Medical Specialty Centre and the Woodwinds Hospital campus. Red Rock is expected to open in June of 2015.

The two-story development will be owned by Twin Cities-based Oppidan Investment Co. and managed by Ebenezer Management Services. Red Rock will be constructed by La Crosse, Wis.-based TCI  and designed by River Falls, Wis.-based Frisbie Architects.

The community will feature 39 independent and assisted living apartments, 32 memory care apartments and five care suites.

Amenities will state-of-the-art remote monitoring technology, outdoor patios, porches, gardens and walking paths. Chef-prepared meals, a chapel, underground parking garage, club room, community room, movie theater, salon and spa will be available, as well.

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