Shenandoah: art, ballet bar to $15M Avanti Senior LivingShenandoah: art, ballet bar to $15M Avanti Senior Livinghttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=15712015-03-04T14:23:00Z2015-03-04T00:00:00Z

SHENANDOAH - Avanti Senior Living plans to open Avanti at Vision Park in late 2015. The $15 million community will provide 50 assisted-living suites and 40 memory care suites.

The 77,000-sf community will have amenities such as a wellness center with ballet bar and fitness equipment, keyless room entry, a full-service salon and spa, and an art studio with display areas for residents’ artwork.

The medical suite will be equipped with telehealth technology, along with a private exam room where medical personnel can meet with the residents.

“Moving away from the design of traditional senior care communities, we aim to provide a stylish and signature look with plush carpets, wood flooring, walk-in-closets, oversized showers, stone countertops, upgraded finishing and other signature features just like someone would find in a luxury home,” Lori Alford, COO of Avanti Senior Living, said in an announcement.

“Upon entering the community, residents and visitors will have direct access to one of many resident destinations like our Savor Lounge, a hip coffee and wine bar/lounge.”

Based in The Woodlands, Avanti Senior Living was founded by industry veterans Tim Hekker and Lori Alford. Its first community is preparing to open in the Towne Lake master-planned community northwest of Houston.

Houston Chronicle
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land
Senior Living
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