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13. Watercrest of Lake Nona Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, Orlando, FL, Bessolo Design. This community was designed to offer residents state-of-the art luxury as well operational efficiencies that encourage social in- teractions and independence including shortened hall- ways and smaller living rooms to minimize the distances residents need to walk to get to amenities and activities. The property also features screened-in balconies, inter- nal courtyards and circular pathways. Other amenities include private label Watercrest wines, a spa, fireplaces, seasonally grown, local organic fare, a wood-fire brick oven, chef demonstration/viewing areas and a variety of dining experiences.


14. White Oak Manor Shelby, Shelby, NC, McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture. This extensive renovation was designed in response to changing healthcare needs. The existing community had been serving Shelby for more than 40 years and this renovation expanded the community to provide more diverse services. The design team created a more residential atmosphere with a porch, fireplace and


secure courtyard. The original building was renovated without any demolition, allowing the community to remain in tact during the renovation.


15. Wichita Presbyterian Manor, Wichita, KS, AG Architecture. After nearly 45 years, Wichita Presbyterian Manor embarked on a total repositioning to add 90-independent living apartments, 72-assisted living residences, and 50-private nursing suites to its 13-acre lot. Architects used urban planning principals to create a walkable environment that features destinations, focal points and traffic patterns that encourage opportunities for spontaneous socialization as well as planned activities.


16. Wind Crest - High Line Overlook, Highland’s Ranch, CO, studioSIX5. Wind Crest is a large campus with smaller neighborhoods allowing residents to feel connected to a larger community while retaining the intimate feeling of a neighborhood. The newly built High Line Overlook is an amenities hub that offers a 230-seat Arts and Enrichment Center as well as a TV studio, where residents assist in local television show production.


2016 SENIOR LIVING BY DESIGN JUDGES


Larry J. Bongort AIA, ASHE, ACHA, EDAC


Senior Healthcare Architect


Stantec Architecture


John Cronin AIA, NCARB Principal


AG Architecture


Frederick W. Fox President


Cascade Properties


Francine O’Neill Senior Vice President of Resident Care The Arbor Company


Steve Strumpf


Executive Director Brookdale


Sarasota Central


28 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016


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