Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Welcome to Lake Worth! Atria at Villages of Windsor, “Discover what it means to age well”.


“There are 313 apartments, down from about 320, after developers realized renters wanted to live in larger spaces, Brown said [executive director Michael Brown Jr.]. So some one-bedroom units were combined into two-bedroom apartments due to market demand.
     Early leasing in the resort-style community has been strong even though the project won’t be completed until October. The demand has surprised the project’s developers. ‘We’re four months ahead of schedule. It’s been fast and furious,’ Brown said.”
—Excerpt from this article in the Post, datelined May 15th.

Excerpts from the Q&A.

About your company:

When completed this fall, the $105 million Atria at Villages of Windsor will bring a new generation of upscale, rental senior housing to Palm Beach County, where existing senior living communities were built an average of 22 years ago. Big Rock Partners is owner/developer of this flagship senior living community in Lake Worth, [emphasis added] which includes a total of 313 independent, assisted and memory care apartments, with the caliber of amenities usually reserved for top-tier resorts. Responsible for marketing and operating Atria at Villages of Windsor, Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of senior living communities at 196 locations in the U.S. and Canada.

What do you see ahead for Palm Beach County?

Continued growth with an influx of young professionals recognizing a great business community with true quality of life.

Power lunch spot:

The Falls Club in Lake Worth. Great atmosphere, Great food, scenic, but quiet enough to conduct business.

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