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  • In Process

    Project Completion

  • $29+ Million

    Project Cost

The Appleton Redevelopment Authority selected The Alexander Company and Tukka Properties to take on the challenge of redeveloping an attractive, yet complicated, 7.5-acre site – formerly home to the Foremost Dairy Plant. Located on the Fox River, in close proximity to Lawrence University and downtown Appleton, this multi-phase development will include the construction of a 99-unit senior care facility, 28-unit memory care facility, and a final phase that is open to a variety of options.

The first and largest phase of the master plan is Eagle Point Senior Living – a senior living facility for seniors seeking service-enhanced housing in Appleton and the surrounding area. Both congregate care and assisted living units are available in a new facility, ripe with amenities. Community amenities include but aren’t limited to a pub and wine cellar, library and game room, general store, expansive outdoor gathering and grilling areas, shuffle board courts, bocce ball, putting green, theater, chapel, craft/activity areas, spa, physical therapy/massage room, a dining program, and 24/7 staff services. The building is designed for residents age 55+ seeking a luxurious lifestyle. Included in the first phase is the much-awaited walking trail along the Fox River, bringing public access to the riverfront.

The second phase of the development – Eagle Court, brings 28 memory care units on the northern portion of the site, with the final phase on the lot fronting John Street still open to a variety of options; a possible owner-occupied condominium project is in consideration.

Eagle Point Senior Living and Eagle Court are now open, with phase three options still under consideration.

In partnership with the City of Appleton, this master-planned campus brings new use to an attractive urban site with a complicated past, setting an example of what can be achieved through urban infill development and public-private partnerships.