(Photo of Regency at Summerlin, located in Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of KTGY Architecture and Planning)
Expansion Planned at Sagewood Community, Phoenix
Located in northeast Phoenix, Sagewood Life Plan Community is expanding to feature a high-end independent living neighborhood, called The Estates. The Estates will have 24 luxury villas available in either single or duplex homes ranging from 1,926 to 3,174 square feet.
The neighborhood will also include a 15,000-square-foot multipurpose event center for concerts, lectures and other events. Other amenities in the homes will include a media room, study, large chef’s kitchen with breakfast nook, a covered patio with outdoor cooking area, private attached guest casita and two-care garages with attached golf cart storage.
Residents of The Estates at Sagewood will also have full use of the Acacia Health Center. The cost of unlimited days of long-term care onsite will be included in residents’ monthly fees.
Senior Living Community Getting Revamp, Colo.
Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center has hired Oz Architecture to redesign 54 of its assisted living and 18 memory care units. The community, located in Brush, Colo., will have improvements that span 54,000 square feet, with the goal of increasing the overall capacity of the existing campus.
In addition to new assisted living and memory care units, the community will add a gardening room with direct access to the grounds outside and quiet rooms to help residents who wish to be in a calm, restful place.
Construction on Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center is set to being in September 2016.
CCRC in Pennsylvania Announces Expansion
Windy Hill Village, located in Philipsburg, Pa., is planning an expansion that will add a 48-unit senior rental apartment building for people 55 and older to its CCRC campus. The building, Westminster Place, will incorporate sustainable construction and green features.
The new building in the community, owned and operated by Presbyterian Senior Living, will have 37 one-bedroom units and 11 two-bedroom units.
Of the 48 units, eight will be rented at market range between $811 and $1,086 and the rest will be tax credit rentals with income limits applied to those applications.
Windy Hill Village, as a whole, serves 179 older adults in residential living, personal care, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation.
The total project cost will be $10 million and construction is slated to being in early 2017.
Construction: In process
Active Adult Community in Las Vegas Building Out
The Regency at Summerlin is Toll Brothers’ first active adult 55+ community in Las Vegas. The community has a few models of the homes open, but is still under construction. There are plans for a clubhouse and other amenities as well as 458 additional single-family homes.
The luxury community is set in the 450-acres and is gated with three distinct home collections. Each collection features homes with varying floorpans. Once complete, homes will range from 1,665 to 2,424 square feet. The Summit Collection will have lot sizes of 55’x90’, the Palisades Collection will have lot sizes of 65’x90’ and the Pinnacle Collection will have lot sizes of 75’x90’.
Other amenities include an indoor lap pool, outdoor resort-style pool and tennis, pickle ball and bocce ball courts. The community is being designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning. All amenities and the clubhouse are expected to open this winter.
Assisted Living Facility Undergoing Updates, Ill.
Harry Ekstam Assisted Living, located in Batavia, Ill., is currently undergoing updates and is expected to be complete in early fall of this year.
Currently, there are three wings that make up the 36,000 square-foot community, which is part of the Holmstad campus, a Covenant Retirement Community.
The dining room was relocated to the second floor in one wing to make room for a new entrance and vestibule. The dining rooms in the other two wings will be updated along with the interior decoration of all common areas.
J. Duffy Co. is in charge of the renovation of common spaces and BLDD Architects is handling the design.
Senior Living Community Set to Open Next Month, St. Louis
Provision Living at West County is slated to open next month and is finishing up construction.
The memory care community will be 54,000 square feet and include 60 memory care apartments. Apartments range in size from studios to one-bedroom apartments.
At the $14 million community, residents will be able to enjoy creative arts, music and fitness centers as well as walking trails, a courtyard and garden patio. Other amenities include a beauty and barber shop, library, coffee cafe and chef-prepared dining for three meals per day.
Senior Living Community Underway in Madison, Ala.
Shepherd Living at The Range is underway in Madison, Ala. The joint venture between Cobalt Seniors and Shepherd Health will be an upscale 124-resident community on 14 acres of land for seniors age 65 and older.
Residents will be able to enjoy gourmet farm-to-table food, fine wine storage, a full-service salon, a greenhouse, gardening opportunities, private kitchens, animal therapy, walking trails and a tavern to enjoy sports games. There will also be daily classes offered to residents ranging from meditation and gentle yoga to aerobics and circuit training.
Shepherd Living at The Range will also have on-site physical therapy and other rehabilitation services. Shepherd Senior Living will manage the community.
Ground Broken Ahead of Schedule on $44 Million Senior Community
Masonic Homes of Kentucky has broken ground earlier than expected on The Meadow, a new area in the active senior living community of Miralea in Louisville, Ky. The Meadows will add 122 apartment-style homes to the already-established community.
Meadow residents will be able to utilize Miralea facilities as well as amenities in the new building, which includes a movie theater, a spa and beauty salon, an art studio and an art gallery. The community will be for residents age 62 and older and will also offer life care.
The Meadow was originally slated to open in mid-2018, but with the early start, it is possible the community could open sooner than previously anticipated.
The project is being handled by Greystone, AG Architecture, QK4 and Reese Design Collaborative.
Written by Alana Stramowski
Companies featured in this article:
AG Architecture, BLDD Architects, Covenant Retirement Communities, Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center, Greystone, Harry Ekstam Assisted Living, J. Duffy Company, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Masonic Homes of Kentucky, Oz Architecture, Presbyterian Senior Living, Provision Living, QK4, Reese Design Collaborative, Sagewood, The Estates at Sagewood, The Regency at Summerlin, Toll Brothers, Windy Hill Village