New 141-unit seniors’ lifestyle community is coming to Pewaukee | Company


PEWAUKEE – A new 141-unit senior living community is coming to Pewaukee.

Matter Development and ICAP Development have announced their first joint venture, a seniors’ community called The Westerly in partnership with local operator Koru Health. In May, the village approved the project on a 4.7-acre site across from the Meadow Creek Market mall.

The Westerly will include 141 independent living, assisted living, memory care units and a specialty care suite. The community aims to move senior life in a new direction with the slogan “Free to Be”, which highlights the relaxed nature of the Lake Country region.

The community will offer a variety of amenities, including an aquatic center, The Comet Club social and dining room, a tea room, a health and fitness center, a rooftop terrace and a secure outdoor courtyard for wellness treatments. memory. Special services will include a catering program, nurse-supervised staff, planned programs and activities, and higher levels of specialist care.

“Pewaukee seniors want a supportive community that is intertwined with the comfort and charm of Lake Country living,” Matter Development CEO Aaron Matter said in a statement. “Our philosophy is that care for residents is not only provided inside our buildings, care also comes from family and community. We believe it is important that seniors remain closely connected to daily life and the routines they have grown accustomed to.

The project architect is Galbraith Carnahan Architects, the civil engineer is Pinnacle Engineering and the interiors are designed by O+O Studio.


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