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HILLCREST COUNTRY ESTATES One of the goals of the project was to


provide enticing views from every angle of the Grand Lodge. “The team worked dili- gently with the provider to carefully orient the Grand Lodge on the site as well as de- velop an architectural language that com- plements the existing structures while pro- viding a fresh face on campus,” says Jenny Rebholz, marketing consultant for AG Ar- chitecture. “An entry canopy was designed to create a distinct entry point at the Grand Lodge and then this element was repeated at other key locations across campus to unify the design.” The design fits well into the community


and has a nice impact on the overall feel, notes Senior Living by Design judge Steve Strumpf, executive director of Brookdale Sarasota Centra.


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“THE THOUGHTFULNESS OF THE DESIGN IS EVIDENT IN THE FINISHES, SPACE UTILIZATION AND AMENITIES. IT’S A SELF-CONTAINED COMMUNITY FOR THE RESIDENTS.”


Senior Living by Design judge


Francine O’Neill, senior vice president of resident care, The Arbor Company.


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016 / SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE 15


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