Legends Landing to Assist Players in Need

General Published on : 8/31/2017

Exciting progress is being made every day at Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village, a nearly $800 million mixed-use development of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s campus, under way in Canton, Ohio. It will be the first-ever sports and entertainment “Smart City.” Ten major components will be integrated through technology, including Legends Landing.
The cutting-edge Player Care Center will provide a wide range of health services and a football themed, 143-bed independent living, assisted living and memory care active senior care facility for retired Hall of Famers and members of the NFL’s Legends Community along with coaches, officials and administrators.
Current design plans call for a 15-bed surgical hospital, 20-bed behavioral science & addiction center and possible memorial.
The Player Care Center is slated for completion in 2020.
Here’s a look at Legends Landing from Yahoo Reporter Frank Schwab>>>
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