Supportive-living community underway for adults with autismSupportive-living community underway for adults with autismhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=213032018-10-23T05:00:00Z2018-10-23T23:15:00Z

​​A rendering of 29 Acres.CROSS ROADS, DENTON COUNTY – A 29-acre supportive-living community for adults 18 and older who have autism has broken ground west of Prosper.

The development at 3000 Moseley Rd. will initially accommodate up to 32 residents. The $6 million first phase will include six to eight homes, a community center, pool, teaching kitchen, and other amenities. 

It will eventually have 15 homes and serve 60 adults living with autism.​

Construction is expected wrap up in early 2020.

Denton Record-Chronicle
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
https://www.dentonrc.com/business/north-texas-autism-community-breaks-ground-to-meet-gigantic-need/article_369cd732-751e-57d0-a834-9239b66d8eb9.htmlRead the full article at the {Source}

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