Pinnacle Living Announces the Closing of Lydia Roper Home
November 29, 2018
The Lydia Roper Home, located in Norfolk’s historic Lafayette Park, was built in 1921 by Captain John L. Roper to honor his late wife. Since 1965, the Lydia Roper Home has been operated by Pinnacle Living.
There are significant challenges associated with operating a building that is nearly 100 years old. The building’s infrastructure requires tremendous ongoing investments. Additionally, the house itself is problematic for residents with mobility issues because it has a single elevator, multiple staircases and narrow hallways.
After thoughtful evaluation and reflection, the Pinnacle Living Board of Directors has decided to close the Lydia Roper Home, effective January 31, 2019.
Pinnacle Living team members are working with the 12 current residents to help find new homes that will meet their needs. Pinnacle Living will be offering severance packages to eligible team members displaced by the closing.
For more information, or if you have questions, please call 804 474 8700.
Allie Smith is the Communications and Engagement Coordinator. She joined the team in November 2016 and loves connecting with team members, residents and community members.