Anna Mayor Nate Pike wants his city to find a reason to say yes.
“We are excited to partner with JPI, known for its expertise in multi-family construction, as we continue to diversify our housing with our first senior living community in Anna that will meet the needs of our rapidly growing community,” said City of Anna Mayor Nate Pike. “Construction of the Parmore Anna is another step in ensuring that all of our current and future neighbors will have a variety of best-in-class choices when deciding where to live in our community.”
“JPI’s vision for the Parmore experience is to provide a place of comfort, belonging, and dignity for our senior residents,” said Ryan Combs, JPI’s Senior Vice President of Affordable Housing. “We are humbled that the dedicated individuals at the City of Anna believed in our vision and proud of all the hard work that has led to this milestone.”
This development is one of many that have recently been announced in Anna.
Last week, a single-story rental home project was announced for Anna. The project will be located northeast of FM 455 and US-75, where there are national retailers and restaurants.
In May, a $50 million build-to-rent community that will feature 125 homes announced it was coming to Anna. Watermark Companies, an Illinois-based developer, said they were planning to build Canvas at Anna, after acquiring 17 acres of land.