Seniors Apartments & Assisted Living

Seniors Community Amenities

independent living apartments in Grayslake, Gurnee, Chicago & Schaumburg, IL

Independent Living Apartments

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Seniors Outdoor Living Space

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Seniors Community Library

Senior Housing Architects

Serving Chicago and the Surrounding Suburbs

Archamerica specializes in all types of Multi-Family Residential buildings, including senior living communities. Our expertise in handicap accessible design is an invaluable asset in designing residences for the elderly. Whether the resident is wheelchair bound, uses a walker, or is simply challenged with maneuverability, having an easily accessible home is critical for maintaining an enjoyable lifestyle.

Visit our Services page to learn more about the expert architectural services that we provide.

Independent Living Apartments

Residences Designed for Active Seniors

Like the other Multi-Family Residential products that we specialize in, our architects excel at designing desirable and marketable housing communities for seniors. We design attractive and accessible apartments that allow the residents to live comfortably as their physical needs change. Our buildings for seniors often feature community dining rooms with commercial kitchens, common activity rooms and laundry facilities, as well as hair salons.

Assisted Living Facilities

Senior Living Communities with Personalized Care

Assisted Living is for residents who treasure their independence but also need assistance with their daily activities. Senior housing facilities combine independent living with the ability to provide nursing care, higher security, and cleaning services personalized for each resident.

Our firm also specializes in these types of Multi-Family Residential:
Townhomes & Mid-Rise Apartments
Mixed-Use Residential over Commercial
Hotels | Hospitality

All of the projects displayed were designed by Matthew Haylock and/or Edward Kurzeja. Some may be from their personal portfolios.