Topeka Presbyterian Manor celebrates renovation with ribbon-cutting
Topeka Presbyterian Manor will celebrate the opening of its new entrance, assisted living dining room, and renovated library with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1 p.m. January 27 via Facebook Live.
The refurbished spaces are part of a $1.6 million renovation to the senior living community’s 17-acre campus. Harbin Construction, a multi-discipline general contracting firm, began work on the project in January of 2020. See the work in progress in June.
Heather Pilkinton, Presbyterian Manor executive director, will provide remarks at the event, which is co-sponsored by the Greater Topeka Partnership.
“The Greater Topeka Partnership is overjoyed to see one of its long-time members grow and develop in such a significant way,” said Rosa Cavazos, vice president of resource development and events. “When our local businesses are able to expand and further advance their offerings, it’s a win for all of Topeka.”
Watch the ribbon-cutting via the Greater Topeka Partnership’s Facebook page.
Topeka Presbyterian Manor is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), or life plan community, offering independent living, assisted living, long-term health care and short-term rehabilitation.