Heritage Manor $3.5M Project Takes Shape

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A $3.5 million expansion at the Heritage Manor Rehabilitation and Retirement Community in Youngstown was unveiled Nov. 19 along with the largest monetary gift to fund the project.

The addition of 12 private rooms at Heritage Manor, 517 Gypsy Lane, was led by the Schwebel Family Foundation. The new space will be named the Schwebel Family Foundation Wing in memory of Paul Schwebel.

“We’re going to be able to offer all private rooms with private bathrooms, putting us on the front edge of nursing facility design,” said Eric Murray, executive director of senior services.

Construction of the three-phase project began in May. The entire project is expected to be completed in 2023. The general contractor is the DeSalvo Construction Co. of Hubbard.

Pictured: Recognition of the Schwebel Family Foundation gift took place outside the construction site. From left: Eric Murray, Bonnie Burdman and Lisa Long, Youngstown Area Jewish Federation; Alyson and Samie Winick, foundation trustees; Joey Leenheer, Schwebel family member and daughter Juliet; Lee Schwebel; Jana Leenheer, Paul Schwebel’s daughter, and her daughter Ilyana.