Construction of New Seniors Housing Property Underway in Houston

by Haisten Willis

HOUSTON — Whiting Turner has broken ground on Amarillo Terrace, a new 108-unit independent living property at the Eagle’s Trace continuing care retirement community in Houston. Amenities will include stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, while screened-in porches and patios will be options for a number of the residences. Residents will also have access to a new media room, fitness center and additional meeting space. Amarillo Terrace is scheduled to open in the fall of 2016. Texas-based JHP Architecture designed Amarillo Terrace to be connected by a climate-controlled walkway to the main clubhouse of Eagle’s Trace, which houses services such as the medical center, convenience store, salon and bank. Additionally, the continuing care neighborhood provides 112 residences offering assisted living, memory care, post-acute rehabilitation and nursing care services.

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