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HILLCREST COUNTRY ESTATES Papillion, Nebraska


Provider: Hillcrest Health Services Architect: AG Architecture


Hillcrest Country Estates wanted to encour- age more seniors in Nebraska to stay close to home by building a 17,019-square-foot Rehab Cottage to serve residents at Hillcrest Country Estates and seniors living nearby. The Rehab Cottage, which was designed around the rehab gym, was incorporated into the existing site last year and serves as an architectural bridge between the long- term cottages that were built in 2008 and the Grand Lodge that was completed in December 2015. The Rehab Cottage, com- pleted in July 2015, incorporates design ele- ments from both the cottages and lodge and unifies the campus.


14 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016


The 264,000-square-foot Grand Lodge


features independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments as well as a resort-style common area that offers a bis- tro and chef ’s table, banking center, game rooms, and lounge areas. An entire floor is dedicated to wellness with a saltwater pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, aerobics rooms, health center, retail salon and 40- seat cinema. The outdoor area also offers a walking path and putting green. “The thoughtfulness of the design is evi-


dent in the finishes, space utilization and amenities,” noted Senior Living by Design judge O’Neill. “It’s a self-contained com- munity for the residents.”


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