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$83 million senior care project set to begin

 A 3-year, $83 million project at Jewish Senior Life in Brighton will break ground next week.

Mike King, CEO of Jewish Senior Life, says the project will redefine transitional and long-term care in Upstate New York.

“There isn’t anybody else in town doing anything like us to this scale, there probably won’t be anyone in 300 miles doing exactly what we’re doing,” King said.

What they are doing is transforming Jewish Senior Life, which runs the nursing facility The Jewish Home, an expansive network of assisted-living facilities and senior care services.

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