Clarendale of Addison has officially opened its doors, and celebrated the occasion with a fantastic ribbon-cutting ceremony!
The Clarendale team along with local community leaders participated in a ribbon-cutting celebration with a crowd of Addison-area seniors and their families in attendance.
“We were delighted to have Village of Addison Mayor Rich Veenstra and Addison Chamber of Commerce and Industry Executive Director, Dee La Rocca, help us commemorate the opening of our beautiful community,” says Katie Harvey, Clarendale of Addison executive director.
To round out the list of dignitaries who represent development and management of the community, Ryan Companies VP of Real Estate Development, David Erickson, and Life Care Services Director of Operations Management, Michael Heselbarth, also spoke at the commemorative ceremony.
“This new Class A senior community is perfectly situated among amenities that guests and staff will enjoy,” said David Erickson, Vice President of Real Estate Development at Ryan Companies. “ The adjacent park to Clarendale of Addison has excellent walking paths, an activity and fitness center among other Village of Addison conveniences, truly a place where residents and families will be proud to call home.”
Along with the official ribbon-cutting, festivities included a champagne toast, chef-inspired appetizers and live music from the Tim Wilsey Jazz Band. Attendees had the opportunity to tour model private apartments and community common areas in the independent living, assisted living and memory care neighborhoods of Clarendale of Addison.
According to Harvey, “Visitors had the opportunity to see that Clarendale offers a unique combination of residential amenities, exceptional hospitality services and social opportunities seldom found in other senior living communities.”
Now that Clarendale of Addison is officially open, interested seniors and families may schedule a visit to see the variety of floor plan options available, from private one- and two-bedroom apartments in both independent living and assisted living to studio suites available in memory care. Residents also have access to community spaces for socializing and entertaining, including a restaurant-style dining room and casual bistro, a pub, club room, library, salon and fitness center.
To read a recap of the event from MultiHousing Pro magazine, CLICK HERE!