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SPRING LAKE VILLAGE Santa Rosa, California


Provider: Episcopal Senior Communities Architect: Perkins Eastman Interior Design: Perkins Eastman


Ahead of its time, Spring Lake Village ad- opted the concept of wellness as its design inspiration when it set out a decade ago to re- invent itself. The life plan community in San- ta Rosa, Calif., aimed to update its campus with new projects, amenities, and a lifestyle of wellness that would attract active adults. The redevelopment involved two phas-


es: the main campus and the West Grove expansion on adjacent land with 62 new apartments. “Wellness guided everything regarding the repositioning,” said David Hoglund, president of Perkins Eastman, project architect. The main campus redevelopment consist-


ed of a new fitness center/auditorium build- ing and the renovation of the village center. The new village center includes several dining


20 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / ISSUE 6 2017


venues, a casual “marketplace” indoor/out- door café, and a new main dining area with display cooking. New classrooms, art studios, and common area spaces were added. Prior to redevelopment, the campus did


not have a full continuum of care and ser- vices to meet consumer demands, and there was no memory support program. The reno- vations added 11 assisted living memory sup- port residences, and living and dining space for those residents. The new memory care section was created by carving out space from an existing building. Also, assisted living residences were renovated, and some were combined to make larger apartments. Upgrades were made to the overall cam-


pus including lighting, parking, landscaping, and utilities. An outpatient clinic located in


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