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Koelsch to begin enhancement projects in Longview


Koelsch Communities is starting a $3.2 million enhancement project in Longview. The project will include the Canterbury Inn, Delaware Plaza and Canterbury Gardens and work starts this spring and upon completion, in the autumn of 2017, will enhance the look and feel of one of Longview’s most respected companies.

Following the hugely successful $9 million Canterbury Park expansion, Canterbury Inn, Delaware Plaza and Canterbury Garden are each taking their turn in enhancements throughout their communities. By once again utilizing local construction groups and companies, Koelsch can continue to reinvest in the city of Longview.

“We are proud of our rich history and legacy in Longview. Like in many other cities, we are investing in our communities, but Longview will always be our first hometown,” said Aaron Koelsch, CEO and President. “Koelsch has long treasured Cowlitz County.”

Julie Medack, Executive Director at Canterbury Inn, is excited and glad to see her residents discussing the new initiatives; and said, “Longview is important to Koelsch.”

Koelsch Communities has 22 locations in seven states and is continuing to grow with eight communities in development. Along with the enhancements to the Longview communities, multiple locations are growing and upgrading including Victorville, California and Vancouver, Washington.

For more information, contact Diane Craft, the Longview Community Liaison at or (360) 501-5100.


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