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May 23, 2018

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    Novi Community for New Breed of Seniors Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

    Rose Senior Living at Providence Park, a new state-of-the-art senior living community on the St. John Providence Hospital Campus in Novi, MI, held its official ribbon cutting May 17, 2018.

    About 200 people joined in the ceremony led by David Staudt, Mayor Pro Tem of Novi, Joseph Hurshe, president of St. John Providence-Providence Park Hospital, and Warren Rose, CEO of Edward Rose and Sons, the developer and owner.

    The new community is designed for easy access to shopping, recreation, entertainment – and especially health care. “We are all about convenience, walkability and options to age in place,” said Amber Bach, Executive Director of the community. “Seniors increasingly are living longer, healthier and more active lives, and our community was built specifically with these trends in mind.”

    The 190,000 square foot community is located at the northwest corner of Beck Road and 11 Mile Road in Novi, on St. John Providence-Providence Park Hospital campus. The building’s amenities include multiple dining venues, a café, theater, activity areas, a salon and extensive landscaped courtyards that offer a variety of outdoor activities — all at a value-based price point. It has 182 units — 69 independent living units, 75 assisted living, and 38 memory care and offers increased levels of personalized service as residents age-in-place, including a 24-hour care staff. In total, the community employs about 80 full-time and 20 part-time staff.

    The design and development was a collaborative effort between Rose Senior Living, St. John Providence, and the City of Novi. The community is managed by Ecumen, one of the top 25 nonprofit providers of senior housing and aging services in the country. Rose Senior Living has a strategic partnership with Ecumen, which also currently manages Rose Senior Living communities in Clinton Township, MI, Avon, OH, Carmel, IN, and Memphis, TN.  

    Rose Senior Living is a division of Edward Rose and Sons, a privately held Michigan real estate development and management company based in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

    For more information on Rose Senior Living, visit For information on Ecumen, visit Providence-Providence Park Hospital and St. John Providence, please visit
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    About Edward Rose & Sons
    Edward Rose & Sons is a privately held real estate development and management company, established in 1921, that engages in a variety of land development and construction projects that range from single-family residential to large scale mixed use and multifamily projects. With a focus on multifamily projects, Edward Rose & Sons has established an organization that is creative and adaptive in its response to various rental markets. Edward Rose & Sons are unique in their philosophy of ownership and management in the multifamily industry; they consider their projects long term investments in communities. Edward Rose & Sons has been continuously active in residential development and construction since its inception and has completed more than 80,000 dwelling units. Prior to 1965 the majority of the construction work was in the area of single-family homes. Since then the concentration has shifted towards multifamily construction with over 65,000 units built. Approximately 59,000 of these multifamily units are managed and retained by the company.

    About St. John Providence
    Providence-Providence Park Hospital, Novi is part of St. John Providence. SJP is comprised of five hospitals plus more than 125 medical facilities in southeast Michigan. Every year at St. John Providence, we touch thousands of lives in southeast Michigan through services such as heart, cancer, obstetrics, neurosciences, orthopedics, physical rehabilitation, behavioral medicine, surgery, emergency and urgent care. St. John Providence is part of Ascension Health, the largest non-profit and Catholic health system in the country. Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization dedicated to transformation through innovation across the continuum of care.

    About Ecumen
    Ecumen is one of the nation’s top 25 largest non-profit providers of senior housing and aging services. Based in Shoreview, Minn., Ecumen operates 36 communities in 8 states — Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Idaho, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee.  Ecumen provides a variety of senior housing options and services including independent living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care communities as well as at-home and community-based services including home care and hospice. Dedicated to empowering individuals to lead richer, fuller lives, Ecumen prides itself on innovation and radically changing the way aging is viewed and understood.  Ecumen, founded more than 150 years ago, was named “Best Places to Work” 10 times by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal and one of Minnesota’s Top Workplaces by the Minneapolis Star Tribune and Minnesota Monthly Magazine. To stay up-to-date on the latest news, find us on Facebook or visit

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