JCC Senior Home Cuts Ribbon on Renovated Apartments

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James City County Administrator Bryan Hill (left of man with scissors) and staff from Morningside of Williamsburg prepare to cut the ribbon on its newly renovated building. (Courtesy James City County)
James City County Administrator Bryan Hill (blue tie) and staff from Morningside of Williamsburg prepare to cut the ribbon on its newly renovated building. (Courtesy James City County)

Morningside of Williamsburg, a senior living home that has been in the Historic Triangle since 2005, has completed extensive renovations to its entire property.

The home was rededicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony June 18. The renovations upgraded 86 private apartments, 30 of which are dedicated to a memory care program treating residents with dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, according to a news release from the James City County Office of Economic Development.

The home offers around-the-clock care, full housekeeping and laundry services, dining options, outings and entertainment for its residents.

Morningside is owned by Five Star Quality Care, Inc. That company is headquarters in Massachusetts and has more than 260 sites across the U.S., according to its website.

The home is located at 440 McLaws Circle in the Busch Corporate Center.