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American House opens

American House Senior Living Communities, along with REDICO, is celebrating the opening of its latest senior living community, American House Village at Bloomfield, located within the Village at Bloomfield, a mixed-use development on Telegraph Road in Bloomfield Township north of Square Lake Road. American House Village at Bloomfield features 150 units, offering independent living in a modern, but cozy community setting. Amenities and services include restaurant-style dining, salon, fitness and wellness center, game lounge, activities center and much more. “From inception, REDICO envisioned a development that would serve the broader community in every conceivable way. The Village at Bloomfield includes multifamily housing, fitness, medical, hotel rooms, grocery, convenience retail, home goods and office. And now, we are pleased to complete our development with housing for seniors,” said Dale Watchowski, CEO, American House Senior Living Communities and president and CEO, REDICO. American House Senior Living Communities were founded in 1979, and provide high-quality independent living, assisted living and memory care housing for seniors in the Midwest, New England, and Southeast. “We are excited to welcome the larger Bloomfield/Pontiac community and have the ability to bring American House’s well-respected brand of senior living to more seniors and families in southeast Michigan,” Watchowski said.

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