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Wind Crest selects Lantz-Boggio as project architect

Extended care neighborhood to expand on-site health care services

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December 20th, 2011

Wind Crest recently announced the selection of Lantz-Boggio Architects of Englewood, Colo., to design a new, extended care neighborhood to be added to the community of 575 independent living apartment homes. The architectural firm will be developing plans for a four-story neighborhood that will expand the offering of assisted living residences and add memory care, short-term rehabilitation, and long-term nursing care residences to the popular Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Reputation for excellence

An award-winning architectural and interior design firm, Lantz-Boggio previously designed Wind Crest s on-site assisted living wing. Wind Crest chose Lantz-Boggio again because of the company s high-quality work and reputation in designing senior living and care environments. Well-known locally for its work on the Vandenberg Hall project at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Lantz-Boggio has a renowned national reputation as well. With its accomplished track record in the industry, Lantz-Boggio is a natural fit to design our newest neighborhood, says Craig Erickson, Wind Crest s executive director. With more than 40 years of experience and completed projects in 32 states, the firm is committed to meeting the needs of seniors and designing an environment to fit those needs. Wind Crest community members already enjoy an active lifestyle, with many of them taking advantage of the on-site medical and fitness centers. Personal trainers and services in traditional home support, catered living, and outpatient rehab have always been available to enable residents to maintain their independence. Next, Wind Crest will select a general contractor and create a development timeline for the project.

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