RiverWoods, Legacy Featured in Industry Publication

The American Institute of Architects features the Ridge and Boulders at RiverWoods and The Legacy at Willow Bend in its “Design for Aging Review 10,” a biannual competition that recognizes innovation in designing communities that improve the quality of life for seniors. RiverWoods is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) […]

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Park Place Welcomes First Residents

Park Place of Elmhurst, a continuing care retirement community in Elmhurst, Illinois, officially opened to its first residents Feb. 6, 2012. Park Place is a $176 million community sponsored by Providence Healthcare Foundation and located on 12 acres approximately 20 miles west of Chicago. The community consists of 173 independent […]

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GreenFields Opens its Doors

On January 31, 2012, GreenFields of Geneva received its first residents. Located about 40 miles west of Chicago in Geneva, Illinois, GreenFields is a $118 million continuing care retirement community sponsored by Friendship Senior Options. The community includes 147 independent living units, 51 assisted living units, 26 memory support units […]

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Crestview Opens Phase I, Finances Phase II

On Nov. 4, 2011, Methodist Retirement Communities (MRC) held a celebration to honor the grand opening of Phase I of Crestview Retirement Community’s redevelopment. This first phase included the construction of 48 assisted living suites, 18 memory support suites and a health center with 48 skilled nursing beds. Crestview is […]

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The Stayton at Museum Way Officially Opens

The Stayton at Museum Way, Fort Worth’s first and only Life Care community, officially opened to its first residents Oct. 18, 2011. The Stayton is a $164 million senior living community in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. An 11-story, three building community, The Stayton features 188 independent living residences with a […]

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More Than 50 Attend Greystone Development Conference

Experience makes the best salesman, it seems. After 20 years of developing continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), Kim Watson moved into Edgemere, an SQLC-sponsored community developed by Greystone that opened in 2001 in Dallas, Texas. Watson had worked with Greystone until his retirement. Watson returned to Greystone on Oct. 13, […]

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Redstone Village Closes Financing for Phase IV

On Oct. 5, 2011, Redstone Village received $18.33 in financing to fund construction of its fourth phase, which will include 36 new independent living apartments. Located in Huntsville, Alabama, Redstone had already received reservation deposits for 34 of the 36 Phase IV apartments. A phased approach to development has allowed […]

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