Lyngblomsten opens new senior living community, first time in over a century


Lyngblomsten, a Minnesota nonprofit senior services organization, announces the opening of its new continuum-of-care campus in Lino Lakes, Minn. The community welcomed its first residents to the campus’ independent living apartments in July, marking the culmination of nearly 10 years of preparation. Lyngblomsten at Lino Lakes is expected to welcome residents to assisted living apartments and memory care units in late summer.
Building on the strong legacy of care for older adults on its senior living campus in the Como Park neighborhood of St. Paul, Lyngblomsten now continues its Christ-centered mission to even more older adults through a robust offering of living options. The 20-acre campus (located at the corner of Hodgson Road and County Road J) includes 20 detached, one-level rental townhomes and a multi-level building that consists of 96 independent living apartments, 36 assisted living apartments, and 17 memory care suites. In addition, residents have access to a variety of campus amenities, including three dining options, a fitness center with warm water pool, chapel/multipurpose room, workshop, game room with golf simulator, pickleball court, pet exercise area, and more.
“This is an historic time for Lyngblomsten because it marks the first time since 1912 that Lyngblomsten has opened a continuum-of-care campus,” said Jeff Heinecke, President & CEO of Lyngblomsten. “I can only imagine that the excitement, pride, and blessings that we are experiencing today are much the same that the founding women felt a century ago when they welcomed the first residents to the St. Paul campus.”
He continued, “We’re honored to be able to support older adults in living a vibrant, active lifestyle.”
Wold Architects and Engineers, a St. Paul–based architectural and engineering firm with senior living design expertise, led the project’s design. Grand Real Estate Advisors served as development advisor, and Weis Builders served as construction manager for the project, while Dane Allen Homes oversaw construction of the townhomes.
A grand opening celebration for the public is being planned for Saturday, Oct. 7. For information about housing options, visit
Incorporated in 1906, Lyngblomsten is a Minnesota-based Christian nonprofit organization enhancing the quality of life for older adults of all faiths and cultures through its healthcare and housing facilities and its community-based outreach programs.


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