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The Villages of Windcrest Featured in the Fredericksburg Standard

The Villages of Windcrest was featured this week in the below Fredericksburg Standard article:

“A new senior living community has begun construction and is set to open in Fredericksburg in November.

The $21 million Villages of Windcrest will be located at 702 West Windcrest Street and will consist of 60 assisted living apartments and 24 private memory care suites.

Managed by Solvere Living, the 73,000-square-foot, multi-story community will feature a wide variety of amenities, services and programs, according to a spokesman.

The facility will feature Wi-Fi throughout, three restaurants, a theater, fitness center, salon, spa, library and business center.

Windcrest will also provide Solvere’s proprietary wellness philosophies, Salus and Valeo. Salus is a holistic approach focused on each resident’s potential to achieve personal goals through engagement and connection. Valeo focuses on wellness initiatives for those with memory impairments and incorporates methods to examine a resident’s social, intellectual, spiritual and physical well-being.

“We are very excited about coming to Fredericksburg to manage the exceptional Villages of Windcrest,” said Kristin Kutac Ward, president and CEO of Solvere Living. “We look forward to providing residents with an environment of inspiring classes, programs and events, a vibrant engaging quality of life and the best in care. At the heart of our services are the Salus and Valeo programs, which are designed for successful aging by touching every aspect of residents’ lives and keeping them feeling engaged, honored and fulfilled.”

The Windcrest sales office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday with inquiries welcome and deposits being taken.

Contact general manager Valoree Ham or director of community relations, Daryl Ann Torrico at 830-856-2450.

The owner, developer and builder of the Villages of Windcrest is Dallas-based Bridgeview Realty Capital, LLC.

Established by John Lanier in 2011, the firm brings decades of experience in the development and financing of commercial, office, industrial, retail, multi-family and senior living communities, according to a spokesman.

Lanier, who has developed and financed commercial real estate for more than 40 years, has exclusively devoted his company to senior housing and health care properties since 1993.

The architectural firm is REES, based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Dallas. 

“We are especially grateful to Solvere Living for their professionalism and capabilities as we open this first-class residential community,” Lanier said.

Other amenities and services at Windcrest include a private dining room, courtyards, outdoor patios, central balcony, dog park, concierge services, 24-hour security, emergency response system in each apartment and 24-hour health monitoring.

The Valeo neighborhood provides around-the-clock monitoring and support, courtyards and a wellness program specifically designed to stimulate those with dementia, Alzheimer’s and other related memory impairments.

There are also housekeeping, personal laundry and landscaping services, as well as scheduled transportation, maintenance and repairs. Numerous social, educational and spiritual programs complement the lifestyle at the community.

Through its team of professionals in nursing and wellness, finance, operations and marketing, Solvere Living currently manages 15 communities with three under development in nine states, including Florida, New York, New Jersey, Texas, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan and Oklahoma.

For more information about the Villages of Windcrest and Solvere Living, contact Scott McCaskey of Goldman & Associates Public Relations at scott@goldmanandassociates.com or 757-625-2518, ext. 3.

Visit the Villages of Windcrest at www.VillagesWindcrest.com and Solvere Living at: www.solvereliving.com.”

Source: https://www.fredericksburgstandard.com/business-blog/new-senior-living-facility-be-built