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Westminster Canterbury Richmond is expanding campus in Henrico
May 24, 2019
Westminster Canterbury Richmond is building a $7 million Spiritual Enrichment Center and a memorial garden at the continuing-care retirement community at 1600 Westbrook Ave. in Henrico County.
Making the Big Move
February 22, 2019
A major change can be daunting for just about anyone, but for seniors who have lived in the same home for decades, leaving their most comfortable place can be a traumatic experience. As humans age, they tend to hold on to the familiar, beginning with their homes. It takes ample preparation to make the transition into a senior-living community in a positive way.
TWCW Hall of Fame and Brendan Hayes Award Recipients
December 7, 2018
Each year, the Westminster Canterbury Richmond Hall of Fame Award recognizes four full-time employees who consistently demonstrate outstanding TWCW, customer service The Westminster Canterbury Way. Our Brendan Hayes Appreciation Award recognizes one part-time employee for outstanding TWCW service excellence. The 2018 recipients are (clockwise from top left) our Brendan Hayes Appreciation Award recipient Ron Berkeley, Housekeeping; our Hall of Fame recipients Jose Sanchez, Engineering; Paula Flores, Housekeeping; Bet Lissenden, Administration; and Annette Foster, Canterbury Room. Congratulations to our recipients. We thank them for the incredible work they do that ensures our residents and staff Live Life Well every day.
Henrico supervisors approve $72.5 million bond issue for Westminster Canterbury expansion
November 16, 2018
Following the recent $7.9 million sale of land where the Azalea Mall once stood, Westminster Canterbury Richmond has secured low-interest financing through the Henrico County Economic Development Authority to expand its senior living center.
Westminster Canterbury plans to buy part of the former Azalea Mall property to expand its senior community
May 17, 2018
The Westminster Canterbury Richmond senior living community, which has seen explosive growth in the past decade, is looking to grow again.
The company plans to buy a 10.6-acre tract next to its campus that is part of the former Azalea Mall property. The retirement community would buy about one-fifth of the mall’s property, basically the land that is north and northeast of its campus along Interstate 95. Click here for full story in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.