Queen Anne Manor went through a major $4 million renovation over the past several years, and the assisted-living community will celebrate its makeover and place in the community with a grand reopening party next month.

“Really, just everything’s been redone,” said executive director Carissa Brumell.

Anna Herr Clise founded the former Children’s Orthopedic Hospital in the early 1900s, and for 40 years after its closure the Queen Anne building served as an annex school to John Hay Elementary, then a health clinic, county offices and morgue.

It was converted into a retirement home in 1980 by Alpha Care LLC, which sold the facility to the Blake family for $17.2 million in 2008.

Washington, D.C.-based Capitol Seniors Housing purchased Queen Anne Manor, 100 Crockett St., for $36.25 million in 2016.

The Blake family had initiated the renovations, which wrapped up last August, Brumell said. CSH brought in Integral Senior Living to manage Queen Anne Manor in October.

Queen Anne Manor now has new finishes, flooring, fixtures, wall coverings, dining room furniture, a movie theater and updated salon. An activity room includes shuffleboard, a pool table, dartboard and other amenities for family game nights, Brumell said.

Two floors were converted for memory care services.

A Roaring Twenties-themed grand reopening will be held 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, and people are asked to RSVP at 206-282-5001 by Jan. 31, so enough food and drink can be ordered, though RSVPs will still be accepted after, Brumell said. The free event is open to the community and will include tours of the renovated retirement community.

There will be four model rooms to show guests during the grand reopening, assuming they are not spoken for by then. There are 125 units total in Queen Anne Manor.

“We will continue to remodel rooms as they become vacant before we re-rent them,” Brumell said.

Among those invited to the grand reopening are Mayor Jenny Durkan and the family of Anna Clise, for whom the Anna’s Garden memory care unit is named.