1. American Orchards Senior Community, Gilbert, AZ, Paul O’Connor and Associates. This project blends nature and ar- chitecture with wraparound porches, walking pathways, or- chards, fish tanks, bay windows, therapeutic raised garden areas, and indoor and outdoor water features and fireplaces.

2. Benchmark Senior Living at The Commons in Lincoln, Lincoln, MA, JSA Inc. This addition was designed to fully integrate within the existing community while providing new and unique destination spaces that were not a part of the orig- inal community, including a bistro, model train room and wood shop.

3. Brightview Randolph Independent and Assisted Living, Randolph, NJ, JSA Inc. This project’s sloping site was used to offer multiple levels of outdoor access to residents. Com- mon spaces wrap the outdoor spaces to providing direct access to the outdoors with a total of 125 apartments for seniors, including 68 independent apartments, 38 assisted living apartments and 19 apartments for memory care.

4. Brightview Tenafly Assisted Living, Tenafly, NJ, JSA Inc. The ar- chitecture provides a residential feel and reflects the style of the neighborhood homes, providing an efficient use of a very small project site. The community offers 90 apartments.

5. The Lodge at Bethany, Statesboro, GA, CDH Partners. The Lodge at Bethany was designed with hotel amenities in- cluding spaces for family gatherings, common living areas as well as a spa, salon and wellness center. The floor plan revolves around a comfortable common area. Outdoor amenities include walking paths, interior courtyards and patio dining.

6. Excellence Assisted Living Facility, Orlando, FL, Rabits & Romano Architecture Planning and Design. This 131-unit com- munity offers upscale necessities and modern amenities including a full-size medical clinic with procedure rooms, exam rooms and dental suites, a library, 24-hour café, and salon. The campus includes a large outdoor plaza with a fully equipped gazebo and barbecue station.

7. Franciscan Village, Lemont, IL, studio 121, and AG Architec- ture, Inc. Franciscan Village is set on a sprawling campus. When the property’s executive director noticed residents were struggling to navigate the community, the owners decided it was time to renovate. Innovations include access to natural light, a state-of-the-art demonstration

kitchen that supports resident interaction, a technology center that enhances communication, and a fitness room and hydration station.

8. Goodale Landing, Westminister-Thurber Community, Columbus, OH, JMM Architects, Inc. The Westminster-Thurb- er Community has added an eight-story high rise to its campus known as Goodale Landing. It offers one- and two-bedroom condo-style apartments with a roof terrace, community room and exterior courtyard.

9. The Grove at Pineview: Covenant Village of Cromwell, Cromwell, CT, Amenta Emma Architects. Renovations at the assisted living wing of the Grove were influenced by medical research on ways to support individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The first phase of the project converted a 16-unit apartment wing into an 18-unit wing with common areas for activities, dining and cook- ing. Strategic lighting, plentiful windows and an outdoor garden also were added.

10. The Legend at Tulsa Hills, Wichita, KS, WDM Architects P.A. The Legend of Tulsa Hills was designed to cater to each resident’s personality. Each room, nook and cranny was designed to create an atmosphere of expression, inclusiv- ity and community. There are numerous spaces for spon- taneous conversations including quiet corners, a casual bistro and a large stone fireplace. The formal dining room and theater can accommodate large groups while also of- fering intimate seating corners for introverted personalities.

11. The Solana Deer Park, Deer Park, IL, studioSIX5. Solana Deer Park was designed for social interaction. Artwork, custom features and furniture are heavily influenced by nearby Chicago. The interior pays homage to the style and his- tory of Chicago through historic artwork and custom col- lages. The furniture design incorporates historical Chica- go newspapers into the surface of the cafe tables and a lounge and wine bar pay tribute to Chicago nightclubs.

12. The Terraces of Boise, Boise, ID, AG Architecture. The de- sign includes an Arts-and-Crafts inspired architecture. A combination of stained wood details and ledge stone, in a palette of earth tones, provides a rich and textural aesthetic that complements the surrounding landscape of mountains and river. The design also features a variety of building heights and roof lines.


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