First luxury senior housing development planned for RidgeGate community

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Following city approval, Denver-based Experience Senior Living Development (ESLD), a NexCore-owned company, will open a 200-unit senior housing community in the RidgeGate community in Lone Tree in the fourth quarter of 2022. . According to ESL President Phill Barklow, The Reserve at Lone Tree will consist of a nine-story building with 124 independent living units and a five-story building with 60 assisted living units and 24 community care units. memory.

“The Reserve at Lone Tree will be expanded into LTCH’s innovative brand, The Reserve, which will break the mold of traditional senior living communities, allowing residents, families and team members to experience luxury together. said Mr. Barklow. “Our project vision ensures that instead of being forced out of the life they are accustomed to, our residents will continue this active lifestyle in a great community where they and their families will enjoy exciting environments to come together, eat, drink, live and play.”

NexCore President and Managing Partner Jarrod Daddis says The Reserve at Lone Tree not only establishes the first luxury senior housing community at RidgeGate, but sets the tone for future LTCH developments.

“ESLD’s mission is dedicated to developing communities that provide a vibrant living experience and we are excited to bring this much-needed component to the elderly residents of Lone Tree and surrounding areas,” said Mr. Daddis. “We know this welcoming community will provide an atmosphere for those looking to pursue life’s adventures in a setting that invites them to stay connected, active and engaged.”

RidgeGate, the setting for the Lone Tree Reservation, is a mixed-use planned community that is almost entirely developed on the west side of I-25 and now extends to the east side of I-25, encompassing a total of 3 500 acres or six square miles. The east and west sides of RidgeGate are designed to integrate natural and urban amenities, with residential neighborhoods nestled alongside beautiful natural open spaces, parks and trails. The community is home to vibrant shopping, dining, and wellness centers where business districts are accessible and within walking distance, including easy access to RTD’s RidgeGate Parkway light rail station. The community is also adjacent to Lone Tree Regional Park.

The Lone Tree Preserve will feature a courtyard as the focal point of the community, designed to extend its interior spaces outward, leading to an integrated amphitheater, artwork and sculptures, greenhouse, sports field, Tree-lined streets and views of the Happy Canyon Creek open space to the east. Luxury amenities and services include several interactive dining venues; activity spaces; a maker’s space to create; indoor saltwater swimming pool with spa (sauna hammam, massage); fitness center, rooftop bar and restaurant with views of the Front Range to the west and open space to the east; a dog park; pickle ball court; lounge and cafe.

Independent living units will be up to 1,650 square feet on the top floor, with assisted living units ranging from 430 to 1,100 square feet. The independent and assisted living units will offer spaces in a secure parking structure integrated into the main building.

ESLD Courtesy Rendering

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