An update on The Harbors, the latest Arcadia Community

Posted December 17, 2008

Arcadia is pleased to announce that The Harbors Retirement Community, which is being developed by Moyle Development and managed by Arcadia Communities, is progressing nicely. The Harbors is currently undergoing construction in Menominee, Michigan. When completed, the former Menominee County Lloyd Hospital will be transformed into a beautiful, comfortable senior living community with many support services and amenities.

The Harbors will include features intended to address the interests and lifestyle of its residents including a fitness center, library, theatre, coffee shop, rose garden terrace, computer lab, a spacious dining room, as well as a private dining room for those residents who wish to have friends and family join them for special occasions. Residents will also benefit from housekeeping and laundry services, transportation services, 24-hour staffing, an emergency call system, coordinated social and recreational programs, as well as in-home wellness services as needed.

The 80,000 square foot community will feature 60 spacious apartments including Studio, One-Bedroom, and Two-Bedroom Accommodations.  Each unit includes a private bathroom and shower, kitchenette, beautiful views, and tasteful interiors.  A country kitchen will also be available for residents who still enjoy cooking and baking.

“We are excited to be working with Moyle Development on this historic project,” said Brian Durbin, Arcadia’s President. “We anticipate opening the community in the Spring of 2009 and hiring between 20 and 30 employees to operate the community.  We will begin recruiting an Executive Director and Community Relations Director within the next 30 days.  Interested candidates can email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .” he continued.  Durbin also indicated that a sales office will be set up soon for those interested in learning more about the services offered at The Harbors.