Campus Renovations

Campus Renovations & Additions

Cornwall Manor is constantly improving, updating and adding spaces to meet the needs of residents’ lifestyle and interests. Cornwall Manor invests its funds into the operations and improvement of the community, which is one benefit (of many) when choosing to live at a a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community.

Scroll to see what improvements and additions are currently happening at Cornwall Manor.

Trailside Organic Farm

Cornwall Manor is pleased to announce a unique partnership with the industry experts at Rodale Institute to establish Trailside Organic Farm at Cornwall Manor!

The Cornwall Manor-Rodale Institute Trailside Organic Farm is an opportunity to combine the health benefits of organic food and farming with the improved longevity of community living. Partnering with Rodale Institute experts guarantees that Cornwall Manor residents will receive food grown at the highest organic standard, right from our backyard.

Bark Park (Dog Park)

Coming Fall 2021!

The Cornwall Manor Bark Park offers a safe, open environment to unleash your furry friends for exercise and play with other dogs. Dogs are social animals and need to interact with other dogs and people on a regular basis. This new feature will help foster happier, healthier dogs- thereby enriching the lives of their owners.

The Bark Park will be located on the Buckingham Campus, below the Mansion, near the Bocce Courts and Community Gardens. It will start as a fenced in area with benches and waste disposal receptacle.

Corson Hall Personal Care

A sketch drawing of Corson Hall Personal Care from the outside with a black fence, winding sidewalks, and shrubbery

The renovation and expansion of the Corson Hall personal care building began in August 2019. Built in 1967, the building was converted to use for personal care in 1986. It currently has 30 rooms of varying sizes.

To follow construction progress, click here and scroll to the bottom of the Personal Care page.

The renovations will modernize and enhance Corson’s home-like atmosphere. Accommodations will include larger rooms; private bathrooms; private, outdoor and larger dining spaces; larger gathering and activity spaces and a fitness area with specialized equipment for personal care residents.

The need for personal care, which is a level of care for individuals with physical or cognitive limitations, has increased, so the plan also includes adding more living units which can accommodate couples.

The anticipated completion date is mid-year 2021. Shown at left is an architect’s rendering of the exterior with a secure memory garden.

Cornerstone Design Architects of Lancaster is the architect and Arthur Funk & Sons is the general contractor.

"The Pines" - Newest Neighborhood of Woods Homes

Aerial view of the stand alone houses in The Pine neighborhood with text that says

Our newest neighborhood of Woods homes, The Pines, will feature 30 single homes with two-car garages and great rooms ranging from 1,650-2,425 square feet. Upgrade options are available, allowing homes to be customized. Cornwall Manor officially broke ground for The Pines on October 1, 2019.

Click here for more information on The Pines – including floor plans, 360 virtual tours and construction progress.

Cornerstone Design Architects of Lancaster is the architect and Wohlsen Construction is the general contractor.

Onsite Pharmacy

A pharmacist is handing a smiling man a prescription at the pharmacy

Coming Soon

In the Wellness Center, across from the bank will be the future location of an onsite pharmacy operated by HersheyCare.

This will allow residents to pickup their prescriptions without leaving Cornwall Manor. Currently, residents have access to our onsite Visiting Physicians Office and pharmacy services offered six-days a week.