A community for active, independent seniors. No other community offers so many options for living the way you want to live. Fliexible dining plans, free maintenance and housekeeping, and a wealth of amenities from an in-house beauty salon and barber shop to crafts center to library.
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Description: The original developer, Cypress Senior Living, sold the project to SV& Co. at a discount to replacement cost. Construction of the facility was 95% complete in December of 2000 when the facility was substantially damaged by fire.
The building’s exterior is a combination of brick and Hardiplank siding. The building itself is designed in the form of an “H”, with the two side wings connected in the center by lounges, a dining room, exercise facility, craft room, convenience store, barber shop, beauty salon, library, and various other amenities. The site layout is designed around a series of landscaped courtyards with minimum walking distances to the central common areas of the community.
Location: 13000 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
May Avenue is a primary north-south artery through the city, providing easy access for the residents to surrounding retail amenities, medical services and religious institutions. The immediate region is characterized as a growing residential and retail area attracting persons of above-average incomes from the north Oklahoma City and Edmond areas. Located less than two miles from the property are the Quail Springs Mall to the north and the North Park Mall to the south. Quail Springs recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation and houses over 160 stores and a 24-screen state-of-the-art cinema; North Park is an upscale lifestyle center with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants.
Size: One 9-story building with approximately 472,500 rentable sf. Each floor is approximately 52,500sf, with a central core.
Project Team and Timeline:
Developer – Joint venture between Simmons Vedder Partners and Bridgewood Property Company
Architect – The Steinberg Design Collaborative, AIA
Date Purchased – October 2003
Construction Start – January 2004
Building Complete – December 2004
Sold – January 2006