Maple Reinders was the successful bidder for this four-storey 128-bed long term care seniors’ facility. Before Maple Reinders could excavate the site, a three-month waiting period was required for an archaeological dig to locate possible artifacts on the historic site. The main floor houses 32 residents with dementia and behavioural challenges, and is organized in two 16-bed living units with access to a therapeutic garden. The second and third floors each have two 16-bed care clusters. The fourth floor has 32 beds for non-seniors who are physically and cognitively disabled, including residents with Acquired Brain Injuries, and includes a roof-top terrace. Ample space has been allocated for multi-purpose use including an examination and therapy room on each floor, and one infirmary. The facility has full amenities, including a residential kitchen, dining room, living room, leisure and recreation areas as well as personal laundry services. The development also includes a feature library, private dining room with outdoor terrace, and fully-furnished guest suite for overnight guests.