Tutera submits revised Mission Chateau plans in lead up to Planning Commission vote

A new rendering of the entrance to Mission Chateau from Mission Road reflects updated building materials.
A new rendering of the entrance to Mission Chateau from Mission Road reflects updated building materials.

The Tutera Group has formally submitted revised plans for its proposed Mission Chateau senior living community to the Prairie Village Planning Commission.

The new plans, which will be the basis for the vote expected to occur at the August 6 Planning Commission meeting, reflect input Tutera received from the Planning Commission at its June and July meetings.

They also provide a detailed look at the floor plans for rooms in the independent living and assisted living facilities, as well as the villas that are proposed along the south edge of the property.

The August Planning Commission meeting will be held at Village Presbyterian Church, 6641 Mission Road, and will again include time in the agenda for public comment.

You can download the entire packet of drawings at the city’s projects website here.

The floor plans for some of the independent living units.
The floor plans for some of the independent living units.
A floor plan for the villas
A floor plan for the villas
A site plan showing the proposed sequencing of construction for Mission Chateau. The main facility would be built in Phase 2. Joe Tutera has estimated it will take two and a half years to complete construction.
A site plan showing the proposed sequencing of construction for Mission Chateau. The main facility would be built in Phase 2. Joe Tutera has estimated it will take two and a half years to complete construction.