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Arbor Terrace Marlton Holds Construction Topping Off Ceremony



Capitol Seniors Housing, along with the Meyer Senior Living Studio and IMC Construction, held a topping out ceremony for the new, Arbor Terrace Marlton assisted living and memory care community in Marlton, NJ. Local officials including Councilwoman Patricia Hansen, Deputy Mayor Cooper, and other Marlton community leaders attended the ceremony along with development, design and construction team members.

Once completed in Fall 2022, Arbor Terrace Marlton will be a luxurious, 76,500 square foot, 87-unit assisted living and memory care community in Evesham Township, NJ, just outside Philadelphia, PA. This community is developed by national senior living investment and development firm Capitol Seniors Housing, managed by The Arbor Company, and designed by the Meyer Senior Living Studio. Arbor Terrace Marlton will include 15,000 square feet of upscale common space with purposeful and socially-connected amenities such as a common dining area, private dining room, movie theater, multiple living rooms and lounges, bistro, hair salon and outdoor garden areas featuring a pond.

Meyer Project Manager Paul Butala leads the group at the topping off ceremony


The exterior draws inspiration from the traditional federalist style architecture of Southern New Jersey.  A formal interpretation utilizes stone, horizontal siding and ornamental detailing.  Large, forward facing gables, elegant corner pilasters, roof dormers and chimneys add to the architectural style of the building façade.

Meyer’s elegant, high-end interior design combines traditional detailing, contemporary furnishings, and modern lighting fixtures to create a welcoming and distinctive home for residents.  Classic millwork details such as dentil crown molding and fluting are balanced with a quartz fireplace and metal detailing.  Nature-inspired artwork and sculpture help the space feel grounded and calming – while encouraging residents to relax and socialize.  The interior color palette was inspired by marl clay, where the name of the Town of Marlton comes from. This type of clay is commonly found in local soil where warm neutrals combine with the saturated colors of natural stone.