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Senior Living

Caring for Each Generation


We create environments that uphold our client’s missions to promote health and wellness for their residents.

Enhanced care for seniors begins with the environment in which they will live, socialize, and receive care. We create environments that uphold our client’s missions to promote health and wellness for their residents. GROTH Design Group’s Senior Living Studio team embraces the evolution of needs for the aging by listening and then developing environments that meet those needs with innovative and proven techniques.

We seek to balance wellness-centric design with common gathering spaces to promote socialization and exercise with quiet personal spaces that raise the sense of ownership and autonomy. Foundationally, thoughtful design fosters wellness by providing a home-like setting that is a safe and secure environment, a distinct wayfinding strategy, incorporation of biophilic design practices, carefully selected finishes, and amenities, and offering inviting spaces for all.

Our Senior Living Studio provides the following services:

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Senior Living Projects

Milwaukee Catholic Home

Milwaukee Catholic Home

Azura Memory Care | Brookfield, WI

Azura Memory Care – Brookfield

Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi New Convent exterior

Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi

Carmelite Ministry Home

Carmelite Ministry Home

Faith-based Cedar Community, a senior campus housing over 900 residents, continues to trust GROTH Design Group as a valued partner.
As Milwaukee Catholic Home was approaching its 100th anniversary, GROTH Design Group was engaged as a trusted partner to serve its people and leaders.
This project includes the upgrading of finishes and furniture on the fourth and fifth floors of the Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Center of the Eastcastle Place facility in Milwaukee.
This ministry home for the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus will have 15 units featuring large, shared dining and living spaces, a prayer room, a 2nd-floor reflection patio, and a recreation space.
The Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi new convent consists of a 130,000-square-foot convent and office building, a 48 unit assisted living wing and a 32 unit memory care wing.
This new assisted living and memory care community in Brookfield features four smaller homes on its grounds specializing in memory care for those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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