Guardian Angels narrow in on Otsego site

Monday, July 25th, 2016

Guardian Angels fixes its sights on Otsego for proposed new building project.

On the coat tails of its 25th anniversary, the city of Otsego is turning its attention toward implementing senior housing development as a top economic goal and has paired with Guardian Angels, in conjunction with Pope Architects, to bring this goal to life.

Guardian Angels President and CEO Dan Dixon believes the waiting list Guardian Angels of Elk River has is a good indication that if they were to build similar housing in Otsego, the spaces wouldn’t stay vacant for long.

“There’s a rhythm and a momentum and a sense of urgency to the population explosion that we’re having,” Dixon said. “We feel like we can do a project every other year, and with our infrastructure and staffing we manage though it.”

Pope and Guardian Angels are currently working on the feasibility of a 100-to-120 bed facility in this location with several amenities needed for the daily life and comfort of the future community’s residents.


Article courtesy of Star News, authored by Jim Boyle.