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Last chance opportunity

Wind Crest’s Mt. Rosa Court to welcome first community members

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March 22nd, 2018
Mt. Rosa Court opens next month with 126 apartment homes in 17 different styles. One of the most popular is the two bedroom, two-bath with balcony Jameson style pictured here.

Mt. Rosa Court opens next month with 126 apartment homes in 17 different styles. One of the most popular is the two bedroom, two-bath with balcony Jameson style pictured here. 

Wind Crest will soon open its final residence building in the current phase of community development, Mt. Rosa Court.

“This is the last chance to move into a brand-new apartment home at Wind Crest this year,” says Sales Counselor Molly Thorne. “If you’re considering Wind Crest for your next home, joining the priority list now is the best way to learn of any new construction and the only way to secure your place in line for an available apartment home.”

Priority list members are prospective residents who have expressed an interest in moving to Wind Crest and put down a fully refundable $1,000 deposit to reserve their place in line for the apartment home style of their choice.

“Joining the priority list is the best way to ensure you get the apartment that’s right for you,” says Thorne.

What’s new got to do with it?

So what does it mean to move into a brand-new apartment home at Wind Crest?

All 126 homes in Mt. Rosa Court feature spacious layouts, modern kitchens, granite countertops, wood cabinetry, upgraded lighting and flooring, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in closets. Most floor plans also have full-size, side-by-side washers and dryers.

Community members also have the opportunity to purchase underground parking.

“We listened to what people want most in their home at Wind Crest and used the past experience of other recent buildings in The High Line Overlook neighborhood to see what has sold well,” says Sales Director Jason Atwell.

Amenities and services in the nearby High Line Overlook Clubhouse—such as one of four on-site fitness centers, and one of six restaurants, the 230-seat Arts and Enrichment Center, and a catering room—will be easily accessible from every apartment home in Mt. Rosa Court via weatherproof, enclosed walkways.

Additionally, an enclosed skywalk connects Wind Crest’s two neighborhoods, and shuttle service operates daily so all campus amenities are easily within reach.

Making connections

Aside from the obvious, moving into a new building also presents opportunities to meet and bond with others at the same stage—as witnessed by those who moved to Longs Ridge and The High Line Overlook—two buildings that opened at Wind Crest prior to Mt. Rosa Court.

“Moving to Wind Crest when we did allowed us to be in a new large building with other new residents, making it easy to meet other people,” says Bill Myers, who moved to Longs Ridge with his wife Fran when it opened last year.

They’ll be next-building neighbors with those moving to Mt. Rosa Court.

When Char Aubin moved to Wind Crest with her husband Bob from Minneapolis, Minn., she expected lots of things—maintenance-free living; consolidated monthly bills; a stunning, brand-new apartment; beautiful mountain views; milder winters; and top-notch continuing care, should they ever need it. But there’s one thing she didn’t foresee: social opportunities galore.

“I didn’t realize how nice the socialization part would be,” Char says. “There is always something going on.”

Quickly after moving in, she befriended Barbara McEldowney. Both Char and Barbara were among the first households to move into The High Line Overlook. They quickly became friends and began organizing other social opportunities in their neighborhood.

“Char has taken it upon herself to coordinate and invite the other households in High Line to a monthly get-together.  Because of her, they are really all becoming a tight-knit group, and they are all forming some really great friendships,” says Personal Moving Consultant Beth Brandenburg.

“That’s what we consistently see when we open a new building, and that’s why people move to Wind Crest,” adds Atwell. “We are excited about Mt. Rosa Court adding 126 new apartment homes, beautiful community space, and all the new neighbors who will be joining our amazing and vibrant community.”

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