FORT WORTH, TEXAS — Senior Quality Lifestyles Corp., a Dallas-based owner of non-profit retirement communities in Texas, has selected the project team for The Stayton at Museum Way, the company’s new senior housing project located in the Cultural District of Fort Worth. The project will be developed by Greystone Communities and built by Andres Construction. The project architect is CSD Architects, the landscape architect is Talley Associates and the interior designer is Studio Six 5. The Stayton at Museum Way will comprise 188 independent living units in a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom residences. They will be located within three interconnected, 11-story towers. Amenities include fine and casual dining with view of downtown Fort Worth, outdoor terraces and dining spaces, local artwork within the buildings, a dog park and other resort-style amenities. The project will incorporate sustainable elements including native and drought-resistant landscaping, wood flooring made from rapidly renewable sources, and low-emitting carpets and paints. The construction timetable was not released.
SQLC PICKS PROJECT TEAM FOR NEW RETIREMENT COMMUNITY