Residential apartments in Caton Woods range from 300 to 600 square feet. Prior to building Caton Woods, assisted living residents in Charlestown lived in its Renaissance Gardens Terrace building, which had apartments about 190 square feet in size.
The building includes a theater, a fitness center, a salon, a game room, a library, and a spa, according to the announcement.
Average monthly fees at Caton Woods range from $4,269 to $9,802, Tansill said, depending on apartment size and resident-care needs.
The opening of Caton Woods finishes the first of three phases of a $75 million "repositioning" project at Charlestown, the company said. During the latter phases, new memory care and skilled nursing buildings will be built.
About 2,100 residents live in 17 residential buildings on Charlestown's 110-acre campus.
Hord Coplan Macht Inc., which has an office in Baltimore, was the architecture firm for the project. The general contractor was Baltimore-based Whiting-Turner.
Nearby, Westgate Hills Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, on the Baltimore City border with Catonsville, completed a $1.5 million renovation last month, which provides upgraded facilities and a fresh look.