People get older; it’s just a part of life, but does it have to be miserable? It is hard when a loved one is no longer able to take care of themselves in the way that they used to be able to. That is why Heritage Assisted Living strives to take care of your loved ones as they once took care of themselves making life a little more bearable. With twenty four seven care and on site staff, Heritage Assisted Living gives you the peace of mind in knowing your loved one is in good hands. At Heritage they care, respect, and give the opportunity to thrive to each and every person.
Located in the pristine state of Michigan, Heritage Assisted Living is close enough to the city for all the city lovers, yet in the perfect spot to enjoy the fresh air and amazing wildlife. If you are an outdoorsmen (or woman), there are plenty of outdoor activities in this beautiful community. With fun as well as some R&R, you are sure to enjoy the picturesque rouse of the land in the morning and the quiet stillness of the night in the evening.
Though the place is beautiful and of course from the looks of things seems quite lovely, you may be wondering how the staff are…right? The staff at Heritage Assisted Living is excellent! Dedicated to providing care, comfort, and security, each individual is cared for according to their own unique needs. Because you are unique and require a certain level of care, the staff is completely supportive of your individual needs and will make every effort to adapt to your needs by getting to know you personally. No matter what you need, Heritage Assisted Living Staff will handle every situation directly with you.
Of course just because you are getting older doesn’t mean you want to just sit around in your room all the time; at Heritage Assisted living, the services and amenities are boundless. Choose from a vast range of outdoor as well as indoor activities. Because every person is different, Heritage has a wide selection of activities to fit an abundance of different personalities and interests. With so many exciting activities you are sure to be without ennui.
Because every person is special, it is important that you find the perfect community to fit all your needs, and Heritage Assisted Living is one that supports a variety of needs.
Salt Lake City is unmatched in its luxurious retirement homes. The Cottonwood Creek Retirement is one of many of Salt Lake City’s amazing retirement homes. At this fun-loving community, you will enjoy a luxurious home without the worry of yard work, painting, or cleaning your house like you would if you were at home. Whether you need help with the day to day functions or a just a safe healthy environment, Cottonwood is sure to give you the unique care that you need.
Retirement should be fun, satisfying, and peaceful…right? Well, at Cottonwood Creek Retirement, it is! Come take a class, start a hobby, or just enjoy a picturesque view of the surrounding gardens. Finding the perfect retirement home provides you with the safety in knowing you are well taken care of as well as all the luxuries of an independent life. Cottonwood Retirement is your home away from home with its fabulous resort-like feel. There are various options that allow you to experience an enriched retirement filled with fun and relaxation.
As you get older, the independent life may no longer be an option for you, but Cottonwood community takes pride in offering you the independence you deserve as you are able to make all your decisions. In fact, each person is given an assessment that is uniquely tailored to meet your needs or support. Whether you need support of health care professionals, qualified nurse assistants, or personal upkeep providers, you will always be treated with respect giving you a care free independent life.
For some it is not that you are on your own and need assistance, but you are finding that even though taking care of a loved one at home can be rewarding, it is also a very challenging experience. Cottonwood also offers short-term respite care for your loved one so you can get a little free time off. We all need a little R&R, and taking care of yourself helps you take care of your loved one.
Cottonwood community understands how important it is to have an active lifestyle as you get older to keep you physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy. You can take pleasure in the rural outdoors as you take a tranquil meander, start a new hobby, and go on outings with friends and family, or stay fit with an individually tailored work out plan. Cottonwood Creek Retirement provides respect, give you a sense of well being, and individuality while you enjoy a retirement lifestyle full of excitement, accomplishment, and serenity.
I’ve got a few new images, courtesy of David M. Schwarz Architects, of Sundance Square‘s new major project, which is adding three new buildings and the long-awaited central plaza to downtown’s liveliest area. Above is a view looking north along Houston Street toward the new office/retail building (right) fronting Houston and the western half of the plaza.
Here, we’re looking southwest toward 3rd & Commerce (that’d be the Barnes & Noble store on the left and the former 8.0/upcoming Flying Saucer on the right) at the new office/retail building (center) that will front Commerce and the eastern half of the plaza.
Finally, this model view gives an idea of the massing of the third building, running along 3rd between Throckmorton and Houston.
The third phase of the West 7th development by Cypress Equities is definitely coming together now. The concrete first floor of the new mixed-use loft/retail building running along Norwood between Crockett and 7th has gone up, which means we should next be seeing wood framing for the lofts heading upward from there. The parking garage in back has also progress noticeably.
The third phase of the development will add 96 more lofts and 32,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. It was designed by Fort Worth’s own Bennett Benner Pettit, the firm formerly known as Gideon Toal.
At long last, after living in the Sundance Square master plan for decades, the downtown district is about to start ripping up the two parking lots on either side of Main between 3rd and 4th for replacement with two new infill buildings and the long-awaited public plaza that will form the core of downtown’s most bustling area, with a third new building on the way a block to the west as well.
The two lots have been closed, and construction fencing is going up. Roughly, the two lots will be halved, with the “outer” halves fronting Commerce and Houston seeing the construction of new mixed-use buildings with office and retail/restaurant space. The “inner” halves fronting Main will be turned into a new public plaza.
This building will be built on the western lot, facing Houston and the public plaza. The plaza-fronting side features a clock tower and what looks like a stage. This building will be a Class A office building and stand six stories, and will be over 93,000 square feet, including 12,393 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The building’s design takes inspiration from several historic downtown Fort Worth Art Deco structures, including the Blackstone Hotel and the Western Union Building. The facade will be granite, limestone, brick, and aluminum. The building will be adjacent to the existing Jett Building at 3rd & Main, which will be preserved.
This new building will be built on the eastern lot, facing Commerce and the public plaza. This building will rise to five stories and features a stepped massing to not overwhelm the historic Land Title Block building (at left in rendering, which has housed the Flying Saucer bar that’s moving a block to the north). It will be Class A office space and over 83,000 square feet, including nearly 17,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. It will replace part of the existing surface parking lot on the site. The building features three distinct facades, to complement the scale of the existing buildings in the surrounding blocks. The central facade will feature four-story arched brick window bays over a rusticated brick and granite base.
The third new building going up a block to the west will replace the parking lot at the corner of 3rd & Throckmorton, as well as the nondescript building that currently houses Saviano’s restaurant. This building will be more than 99,000 square feet and feature 12,196 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 12,187 square feet of top-floor residential space. The middle floors of the building will be Class A office space. The six luxury residential units on the sixth floor will be linked to the Sanger Lofts and feature one- and two-bedroom units, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and outdoor terraces. The building’s design incorporates three facades. The portion at 3rd & Houston is inspired by turn-of-the-last-century Chicago architecture and features large window bays in granite, limestone, and plaster. On the Throckmorton facade, inspiration instead comes from early 20th century Scandinavian architecture and uses horizontal ribbon windows. A more modern metal-and-glass facade will link the two.
This map shows the rough locations of the new buildings (in red) and the central plaza (in green).
This long-awaited addition will finally create a public space in the heart of the most active part of downtown, and should make a big difference to the feel of the district. Longtime Sundance Square architect and master planner David M. Schwarz Architects is the designer of the buildings and plaza. Fort Worth’s own Bennett Benner Pettit (formerly Gideon Toal) is the architect of record. The Projects Group is the project manager, and The Beck Group is the construction manager.
At last, these parking lots will be replaced with people-centric public space, along with new businesses for downtown residents and visitors. This is a big step forward for Sundance Square, and it’ll be interesting watching these lots transform. The district will be having an event on the 9th to announce the commencement of the project, and it looks like construction will be kicking off quite soon.