Wildlight announces plans for senior housing community

Fellowship at Wildlight will be developed on 16 acres of the master-planned community in Nassau County.


  • By
  • | 6:40 p.m. November 29, 2022
  • Business
  • Share

Fellowship at Wildlight, a senior housing community, will be developed on about 16 acres of the 2,900-acre master-planned development in Nassau County, Wildlight announced Nov. 29.

The Fellowship Family and Ambling Property Investments are the developers.

Fellowship at Wildlight will be “highly amenitized” and comprise 24 memory care units, 48 assisted living units, 125 independent living units and six cottages within the first phase, according to a news release.

The site plan for Fellowship at Wildlight.
The site plan for Fellowship at Wildlight.

Site work is planned to begin in 2023 with completion in 2025. Fellowship at Wildlight preleasing will begin in 2024.

“Our goal at Wildlight is to create an extraordinary sense of place for community residents and families in every life phase,” Wes Hinton, vice president of Wildlight, said in the release. 

“The addition of Fellowship at Wildlight will bring a new sanctuary for seniors with a range of living options and support services available,” he said.

ETM, Stewart & Conners Architects, Niles Bolton Interiors and Elkins Construction have been selected for project design and construction.

“Fellowship at Wildlight will bring premier quality senior living accommodations with personalized service for every resident, delivered by an experienced team in an inviting, warm atmosphere,” said The Fellowship Family’s President and CEO John LaHood.