New $10 M Assisted-Living Center Is On The Way | Winchester Star

By Rob Snyder | The Winchester StarrnrnThe newest assisted-living center to be built by real estate development company HHHunt Corp., Spring Arbor of Winchester is scheduled to open at this time next year, Richard H. Williams Jr., vice president of senior living for the company, said Thursday. It will be built at Northwestern Pike (U.S. 50) and Echo Lane, near the Courtyard Marriott hotel just west of the city. rnrnThe 40-year-old company owns and operates 20 assisted-living centers throughout the Southeast, with others set to open over the next four years in Fredericksburg, Greensboro, N.C., and Annapolis, Md., as well as in Leesburg, where one is on schedule to open next month.rnrnHHHunt has been operating assisted-living centers since the early 1990s, after getting its start about 20 years earlier, developing student housing for Virginia Tech. The company directs various types of real estate projects, including multi-family and single-family developments.rnrnBetty Learned Friant, a senior investment adviser with Sperry Van Ness, which assisted the company in researching the area and selecting the site, said HHHunt is a natural fit for the region, bringing a reputation as a good neighbor and an active member in the community.rnrn”We were impressed with them