Recently, Senator Joe Robach attended a grand opening for a housing development for seniors. The event took place on Friday, September 13th at the Unity Hospital campus. With the opening of the “Hamlet,” the Unity Hospital campus is now one of the premiere locations for adult living. More than ever, senior housing is needed, not only in Monroe County, but throughout the entire country. Joe Robach understands just how important housing for seniors is in our area and will continue to fight for our senior population in the State of New York.
The housing development, on the Unity Hospital campus, was a $22 million project which consisted of the addition of 40 units in the assisted living portion of the complex, along with the development of the Alzheimer unit for the hospital. Joe Robach has worked with Unity hospital for many years to ensure that seniors of the Town of Greece have a safe, comfortable place to live, while making sure the necessary services are being provided.
There are several other senior living community within the Town of Greece as well. Currently, there are two other which are in the process of being developed. The first location is on the corner of Latta Road and Long Pond Road. This will be a four-story building located directly behind Sawyer Park. The other location is on the corner of Long Pond and Ridge Road. Both senior living community are in the process of securing funding for development. Both properties are also considered affordable senior housing meaning there are income restrictions for seniors who are interested in making these locations their primary residence. Being able to have seniors remain in their communities for housing is essential to their quality of life and well being. Joe Robach has, and will continue to be the voice for seniors to ensure their needs are being met within Monroe County.