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ROSE VILLA Portland, Oregon


Architect: Myhre Group Architects


The newly built Rose Villa was designed to look like a small town. The communi- ty is primarily intended for active seniors seeking an independent living community, but it also provides supportive living, skilled nursing, and flexible residences. “The design team envisioned the project


to be a sustainable and pedestrian-oriented campus that is connected to the surround- ing neighborhood and community,” accord- ing to Whitney Allred, marketing manager, Myhre Group Architects. Rose Villa offers 218 residences providing


for varying levels of resident independence. Newly built garden cottages are nestled inside pocket neighborhoods, creating a communi- ty within a community and allowing residents


18 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016


to connect with their neighbors, while apart- ments allow residents to live in a more lively and urban setting with active storefronts and community events. Existing cottages were fully renovated and offer independent living with- out the responsibility of managing everyday homeowner tasks. Blue Fingerprint technolo- gy allowed the Rose Villa design team to work with residents in customizing interior finishes and selecting a color palette. The design goal was to make Rose Villa


look and operate like a small town, with the town center functioning as a gathering place for community events, such a farmer’s market, said Allred. The town center offers amenities such as a rooftop cocktail lounge, a perform- ing arts center and a variety of restaurants fea-


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