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— Health Care Properties Quarterly — October 2017

Construction Starts

A groundbreaking ceremony was held June

20 for Jackson Creek Senior Living, a 27-unit

independent living, 80-unit assisted living and

30-unit memory care property in Monument. The

general contractor is CSI Construction and the

architect is Kephart. The property is owned by

Jackson Creek Senior Living LLC and will be man-

aged by WellAge Senior Communities. The prop-

erty is expected to open in August.

Inland Group began construction in August for

Traditions at Colorado Springs, a 180-unit, age-

qualified, income-restricted apartment property.

The architect is The Architects Office and the

general contractor is Brinkman Partners. The

property will be managed by FPI Management

Inc. The property is expected to open in Decem-

ber 2018.

The Lodge at Ken Caryl Senior Living Center, a

27-unit independent living, 76-unit assisted liv-

ing and 36-unit memory care property in Ken

Caryl, began construction in August. The archi-

tect is MCG Architecture and the general contrac-

tor is Petra Custom Builders. The property will be

owned by Rocky Mountain Senior Housing and

will be managed by WellAge Senior Communi-

ties. The property is expected to open in 2018.

Village at Westerly Creek, an existing age-qual-

ified, income-restricted apartment community

funded with 9 percent tax credits, has begun

construction on a third phase of development in

August. Village at Westerly Creek Phase III will

include a total of 24 age-qualified rental units

restricted at 30 percent, 40 percent and 60 per-

cent area median income. The architect is Studio

Completiva and the general contractor is B.C.

Builders LLC. It will be owned and managed by

the Aurora Housing Authority. It is expected to be

completed in late 2018.


Cherry Hills Assisted Living and Memory Care

is a 56-unit assisted living and 29-unit memory

care property in Littleton that opened in June.

The project was designed by Lantz-Boggio Archi-

tects and the general contractor was Bryan Con-

struction Inc. The property is owned by CHAL LLC

and managed by Urban Inc.

The Denver Housing Authority’s Mariposa VII A

is a new 45-unit income-restricted and age-qual-

ified apartment property in Denver that opened

earlier this year. The architect was Humphries

Poli Architects and the general contractor was

I-Kota Construction. The property is operated by

Ross Management.

Erickson Living-Wind Crest is an existing 785-

unit independent living community in Highlands

Ranch that opened Longs Ridge, a 99-unit inde-

pendent living building, in June. The architect

was JHP Architects and the general contractor

was Brinkmann Constructors. The property is

owned and managed by Erickson Living.

Affinity at Fort Collins, a new age-qualified,

market-rate and income-restricted property in

Fort Collins, opened in July. The property includes

143 market-rate units and 18 affordable units at

80 percent of area median income. The general

contractor is Brinkman Partners and the architect

is Nystrom + Olson Architecture. The property is

managed by FPI Management and owned by The

Inland Group.

Westwood Patio Homes, an addition of 34 units

of duplexes and triplexes to the Columbine Com-

mons campus in Windsor, completed its final

units in June. The campus also includes skilled

nursing and assisted living. The general contrac-

tor was Beacon Construction and the architect

was r4 Architects. The property is owned and

managed by Columbine Health Systems.

Senior housing and care construction starts, openings and sales

June-August 2017

Four Corners Development held a groundbreaking ceremony June 26 for its new 96-unit, age-qual-

ified, low-income apartment property, Peakview Trails, in Greeley. The project is funded with 4 per-

cent federal and state tax credits, and disaster recovery funds. The general contractor is Hamilton

Builders LLC, a division of Four Corners Development, and the architect is Baron Design and Associ-

ates. The Greeley-Weld Housing Authority will manage the property

Senior Housing & Care