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Waterfront views and resort-style amenities coming soon to Highland Springs

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October 24th, 2019
A conceptual rendering of Lakeview Pointe, a new residence building recently announced by the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, now under construction and scheduled to open in spring 2020.

A conceptual rendering of Lakeview Pointe, a new residence building recently announced by the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, now under construction and scheduled to open in spring 2020.

If you’ve been considering a move to a senior living community, there couldn’t be a better time than right now to visit Highland Springs.

The Erickson Living community in North Dallas recently announced a new residence building, Lakeview Pointe, now under construction and scheduled to open in spring 2020.

“Lakeview Pointe’s location within the community is ideal,” says Sales Counselor Terese Mugno. “Half of the building’s 102 apartment homes will enjoy views overlooking our very own Bluebonnet Lake.”

Featuring a variety of previously sold-out floor plans and one never-before-seen design, there’s a layout to suit every lifestyle. The community’s newest floor plan, the Mason, boasts two bedrooms and a spacious den.

“All the apartments in Lakeview Pointe offer modern finishes and the opportunity to work with our custom interiors team to personalize the space according to your preferences,” says Mugno.

Lakeview Pointe introduces new amenities, including a fitness center, salon, and the White Rock Bistro, a casual eatery and the community’s fifth on-site restaurant. Glass-enclosed, climate-controlled walkways will connect Lakeview Pointe to other residence buildings and clubhouses on campus, ensuring a wide variety of amenities, activities, and services are easily accessible.

Apartment homes in Lakeview Pointe are selling quickly, and Mugno anticipates a busy holiday season.

“The holidays are a time for friends and family to gather,” she says. “They’re also a time to look ahead and make plans for the coming year. We typically have a high volume of guests visiting Highland Springs over the holidays. They’re considering a possible move and want to include family in the process.”

For those contemplating a move in 2020, Mugno says there are certain questions she hears often. The Tribune recently sat down with Mugno to learn answers to these frequently asked questions.

Q: At what age can I move to Highland Springs?

A: The minimum age requirement is 62.

Q: How long is the waiting list to get in?

A: It depends on the style of apartment you want and where you’d like to live within the community. The new homes in Lakeview Pointe are selling quickly. If you’re interested in a move to Highland Springs, the best way to stay connected is to join our priority list. Priority list members put down a fully refundable $1,000 deposit, plus a $150-per-person nonrefundable processing fee, to reserve their place in line for the apartment home of their choice.

Q: How do I learn more about the different floor plans and amenities offered on campus?

A: There’s really no substitute for visiting our campus in person. Schedule your personal tour and we’ll be glad to show you apartment homes and amenities to suit your preferences and lifestyle.

Q: How can I be sure Highland Springs is right for me?

A: As a priority list member, you can connect with resident ambassadors and take advantage of our Live the Life program, where you stay overnight at the community and see what living here is really like.

Q: I’d like to move, but the process seems overwhelming. Where do I begin?

A: Erickson Realty and Moving Services, coordinated by Personal Moving Consultant Cindy Gay, makes your move to Highland Springs seamless and stress free. Cindy will come right to your house to assess your specific needs and customize a plan exclusively for you. We handle the details, so you can relax and look forward to your new lifestyle.

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