Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Celebrates South Florida’s Residences of United HomeCare

On March 6, MCM proudly attended the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for our recent project, the Residences of United HomeCare adult living facility. Local government officials and community leaders, including UHC President and CEO Jose Fox, Florida Representative Jeanette Nuñez, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Juan Zapata and City of Doral Commissioner Ana Maria Rodriguez, all gathered to commemorate this milestone.

Jose Fox recognized our MCM team with many kind words. "I congratulate the entire MCM Team, we feel as you are part of the United Family," said Fox. "[MCM has] been very supportive; they have always been there. You rarely find companies like this one--a group of people that listen to you and work with you. They are a wonderful team, and I wish we can continue to work together in the near future."

The UHC Residences property neighbors the new West Kendall Baptist Hospital and is located on 2.6 acres in the heart of the emerging Kendall Town Center development. It is an ideal location for the community due to its proximity to hospitals, medical offices, hotels, restaurants, entertainment options and shopping.

The four-story 50,000-square-foot building features 122 spacious studios and one-bedroom private units. The first floor has a dining room lounge, commercial kitchen, 12 units, offices, and mechanical and electrical rooms. The remaining units span the second through fourth floors, which also feature amenities including Arts and Crafts and Wellness Centers. The Residences also has a surface asphalt parking lot for 72 spaces.

The building—a conventional reinforced masonry with exterior stucco finishes and hollow core slabs—meets LEED Silver Certification.

United HomeCare is a non-profit home health and community care organization serving South Florida since 1974.

“With our 40-year proven record of caring, UHC [built] a place where our elderly can feel great enjoying an upscale living environment and having access to the highest quality of care in a community setting,” said Fox. “Our goal is to transform senior living by offering our elderly, including those with moderate and insufficient means, accessibility to a quality residence.”

Learn more about this project here.

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