Cuhaci & Peterson and TLC Management have teamed up once again to provide top-of-the-line senior living facilities with the opening of two new facilities in Florida.
Wesley Chapel’s Blue Heron Senior Living officially opened its doors with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wed. April 28 and was followed by Oak Hill Senior Living (Brooksville) on Thu. April 29.
Both facilities offer a wide variety of comfortable amenities and customized facilities including:
Some of the unique amenities include:
- Lounges, family rooms & dining rooms
- Beautiful enclosed courtyards and gardens
- Cafe/bistro with wine bar
- Life enrichment centers
- Computers, Internet and cable TV
- Advanced rehabilitation center
- Private dining room for family gatherings
- Art Studio (Blue Heron)
- Outdoor fun including a putting green, bocce ball court, fire pit, gas BBQ grill and much more
At the 156,745 square-foot Blue Heron facility, residents will find 104 private units in their skilled nursing facility, 73 assisted living apartments and 22 private memory care units, in order to provide a continuum of care.
At the 131,669 square-foot Oak Hill facility, residents will find 109 private units in their skilled nursing facility, 41 assisted living apartments and 20 private memory care units, in order to provide a continuum of care.
Both facilities were designed to house large rehabilitation centers including advanced technological state-of-the-art equipment.
C&P provided custom building and site designs for each of the new facilities that were tailored to the TLC vision for enhanced resident experiences and operational efficiencies to provide the highest level of resident care.
“Rather than providing separate buildings for each resident function, the Oak Hill facility building design utilized interconnected buildings for centralized shared support and operations which allowed for a portion of the site to remain available for future development by TLC. This was an added benefit to the client,” said C&P project coordinator Scott Parker.
“For the Blue Heron location, the consolidation of the buildings was further enhanced to address the angular geometry and smaller size of the site. This was achieved in part with taller ALF and skilled nursing buildings which also provided a more compact building footprint and increased lakeside views. The angular connections also created individual courtyards for each type of resident,” Parker furthered.