Nonprofit Tabitha (Tabitha.org) is set to open the first-of-its-kind-in-the-nation intergenerational living community in the capital city this fall. Construction of S2age Living by Tabitha is progressing with windows installed, brick laid and rooftops raised. Local company, Brester Construction, is heading up the ambitious build.
Older adults (55+) and Bryan College of Health Sciences students will call S2age home. Conveniently less than a mile from the Bryan College of Health Sciences and with close proximity to great shopping and dining options, S2age is located on Tabitha’s campus in the heart of Lincoln at the corner of 47th and ‘L’ Streets.
The community offers bright, airy apartments with in-suite washers/dryers, plus beautiful gathering spaces both inside and out, including a rooftop terrace. S2age also welcomes pets, with features like an animal spa and a fenced-in dog run.
“S2age is like no other as it intentionally connects two generations, building relationships to fulfill common needs in an uncommon matter,” said Tabitha President and CEO Christie Hinrichs. “We cannot wait to welcome residents. S2age will be a fulfilling experience as we offer a creative approach to living with neighbors who are engaged with one another.”
As the state’s quality award-winning expert for older adults, nonprofit Tabitha empowers people to live joyfully, age gratefully. Learn more at Tabitha.org.