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Phase 1 of New Jersey actors home conversion nearly complete

MAST Construction Services, a Little Falls, NJ-based project and construction management firm, announced the near completion of the first phase of The Lillian Booth Actors Home, 155-175 West Hudson Avenue in Englewood, New Jersey.

Groundbreaking event at Lillian Booth Actors Home. Photo by Jay Brady Photography
Groundbreaking event at Lillian Booth Actors Home. Photo by Jay Brady Photography

MAST is serving as the owner’s representative on behalf of The Actors Fund.

The two-phase, $25 million project includes the conversion of unused residential rooms into swing space during Phase I, a process that is slated for completion by the year’s end.

The interim spaces will temporarily house residents during the demolition and reconstruction of the facility, as planned for Phase II, a three-year project scheduled to begin in January 2016.

The facility, which was built in 1961 for professionals in entertainment and performing arts and their immediate family members that require short- and long-term assisted living and extended care, will increase by more than 25,000 s/f to 48,565 s/f.

It will include the addition of 45 beds for a total of 169 beds encompassing 82 for skilled nursing, 25 for sub-acute/rehabilitation, 42 for assisted living and 20 for memory-care. The location’s on-site parking will increase from 62 spaces to 96.

Spiezle Architectural Group is serving as the project architect; Bala Consulting Engineers is the mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineer; and T&M Associates is the site engineer.

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