Anthology of King of Prussia, the newest development at The Village of Valley Forge in Montgomery County, Pa., a walkable mixed-use community, layers on a hospitality approach to the 191,200-square-foot community owned by Anthology Senior Living (Denver).

The first-floor main entry of the project completed in December 2020 features a concierge-inspired reception area, setting the tone for the community. This centralized, open-plan gathering space for residents, guests, and staff enables easy access to the adjacent amenities, which include a bistro, casual living room, private library, and indoor pool.

The amenities continue at the penthouse level, with a pub, theater, salon, game room, family room, and a variety of dining and seating options. Outdoor terraces open to views of the Valley Forge National Park landscape and feature an outdoor hearth and casual seating for impromptu gatherings.

Within the 160 independent living and personal care units, interiors balance home comforts with the perks of luxury, such as full-size kitchens featuring modern appliances. Accommodations offer a spacious, private retreat with well-appointed features, contemporary fixtures, and decor. The memory care neighborhood comprises 32 residences and is similarly designed, and includes a private and secure centralized courtyard that enables a connection to the outdoors and community.


Project details:

Facility name: Anthology of King of Prussia

Location: King of Prussia, Pa.

Completion date:  December 2020

Owner: Anthology Senior Living

Total building area: 191,200 sq. ft.  (123,700 sq. ft. living space; 67,500 sq. ft. parking garage)

Total construction cost: $60 million

Cost/sq. ft.: $314/sq. ft.

Architecture firm: Perkins Eastman

Interior design: Perkins Eastman

General contractor: Wohlsen Construction

Engineering:  Bohler Engineering (civil), MacIntosh Engineering (structural), Alderson Engineering (MEP)

Builder: N/A