Beth Sholom Village is an inclusive community that provides skilled services within a continuum of care in Virginia Beach, Virginia. As a faith-based, community-funded non-profit, they focus on the spiritual, emotional, and physical wellbeing of their residents and for their families regardless of faith, race, or creed. This project is the first phase in an initiative to reinvent Pembroke Mall near the Town Center mixed-use district.
The project is located at an important corner where single family homes are juxtaposed to a commercial shopping area. The project transitions from the neighborhood scale with independent living units arranged in the look of two-story urban townhomes. Behind these units is a green roof and amenity deck over covered parking. The primary massing of the complex is a 7-story L-shaped tower which contains over 190,000-square-foot of units, amenities, and support. The 158-unit program includes 12 memory care rooms, 21 assisted-living units, and about 115 independent living units. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, bistro, community room, meditation/prayer room, outdoor amenity deck, and a rooftop terrace.