2019 – Edgewood Commons Opens

Opened in the summer of 2019, the Edgewood Commons became the flagship piece of the Edgewood Communities. The 9,300-square foot facility includes a grab-n-go café, fitness center featuring Life Fitness® exercise equipment, multiple activity rooms, billiards room, 42-seat theater, and more. Plus, the Commons is the new home of the Senior Life Matters and Lutheran Senior Housing offices!

2018 – Lutheran Lodge and Gift Shop Renovations

The space inside LHRC formerly known as Fine Dining underwent a remodel in the spring of 2018. The space was renovated to include additional seating, flat screen television, small kitchenette, activity space, and an expanded gift shop with new food, drink, and merchandise options. The project was created to allow more choices and options for residents and their families. The grand opening for the Lutheran Lodge and Gift Shop was held in summer 2018.

2018 – Demolition and Construction Begin for Edgewood Community Center

In order to remain a provider of choice for independent senior living solutions in the greater Jamestown region, Lutheran Senior Housing set the ground work to develop a state-of-the-art wellness center on the Edgewood Communities campus at the corner of Aldren and Falconer Street. The 9,300-square-foot addition, along with other renovations to existing facilities, will provide appropriate fitness and social spaces to meet the needs of the aging community while helping to create jobs and revenue throughout Chautauqua County.

2012 – Lutheran Social Services (LSS) is Rebranded as Lutheran

Lutheran Social Services is rebranded to Lutheran to reflect the wide range of services now offered.  A tag line “Life Well Lived. Every day.” and a new logo are created.

2010 – Smartment® Apartments Open

The technology-focused Smartment® Building is erected and dedicated to Norman C. Berg. The apartments have technology features built into them to allow individuals to live longer, healthier lives. The one bedroom apartments are energy efficient and updated as technology offerings change.

2009 – Hultquist Place Expands and Reopens

With help from a NYS HEAL 12 grant, Hultquist Place Assisted Living Program re-opens after an expansion to 96 beds. Outdoor spaces, interior, and more facilities are upgraded to meet the needs of current and future residents.

2006 – Warner Place Opens

Warner Place Medical Model Adult Day Healthcare Program opens to provide registrants with skilled nursing care during the day so they can remain at home with their families in the evenings. Services provided include medication, meal service, activities, therapy, wound care, and more. The program aims to keep adults out of a skilled nursing setting as long as possible while providing respite for their caregivers at home.

2005-2007 – Expansion of Community Based Services for Seniors and Youth

Community based services begin such as Outpatient Rehabilitation, Therapeutic Foster Care, and Senior Life Matters, along with a focus on smaller, traditional style homes for Grace Community Services.

1988 – First Home for Developmentally Disabled in Rochester

Lutheran opens the first home for the developmentally disabled in Rochester, New York, called Grace Lutheran. Today it is Grace Community Services, which includes five group homes in the Rochester area as well as a main office in the city itself.

1981 – First Off Campus Subsidized Housing

Dedication of the William B. Anderson Towers, providing the first off campus subsidized apartment building. Today, Lutheran has four buildings in Jamestown and two in Falconer, NY.