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CONTEMPORARY DESIGNS TAKE SENIOR LIVING TO THE NEXT LEVEL


Montgomery Center Spring Lake Village


A key component of the redevelopment at Spring Lake Village was the creation of the Montgomery Center, a building dedi- cated to the seven dimensions of wellness: social, emotional, spiritual, environmental, physical, occupational, and intellectual. The Montgomery Center was positioned at the entrance of the campus to showcase the importance of wellness. Built on land previously occupied by an old auditorium that was deconstructed, the Montgomery Center includes a new auditorium and a fitness facility with aerobics space, a spa and swimming pool, and rooms for other classes and activities. The community’s swimming pool had originally been located near the main loading dock and was housed in a glass green-


house-type structure that was poorly insulated. During the reno- vation, the old pool was filled in and the space was divided into storage units for residents, and the new pool was integrated into the design of the new center.


In its new location, the pool has large glass windows to the


outdoors. The fitness rooms also have large glass windows, ushering in an abundance of natural light. Modern flooring and accents give the spaces a spa-like feel. “The connection to the outside was important,” said David Hoglund, president at Perkins Eastman, project architect, adding that residents can work out while looking across the scenic campus landscape. Since the new fitness center opened, attendance at classes


has tripled. “By creating a beautiful space in a strategic location, we have increased utilization,” said Hoglund.


22 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / ISSUE 6 2017


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