Clarendale Six Corners Cuts The Ribbon On An Exciting New Day For Portage Park

On Thursday, August 10th, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to mark the official opening of Clarendale Six Corners. As Chicago’s newest and most talked about senior living community, Clarendale Six Corners was heralded by local dignitaries as the latest and most welcomed sign of an exciting renaissance in Chicago’s Portage Park neighborhood.

Introducing the exciting opening of this community, dignitaries included James M Gardiner, Alderman of the 45th Ward, as well as Ryan Duve, Director of Operations Management at Life Care Services, and Dan Walsh, Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development at Ryan Companies. 

The community offers 114 independent living apartments, 98 assisted living apartments and 46 memory care apartments. Offering amenities like valet parking, a fitness center, art studio and several dining options, Clarendale Six Corners is bringing an all-inclusive lifestyle to the neighborhood of Six Corners. 

For more information about the ribbon-cutting festivities, read what Nadig Newspapers had to say about this impressive event.