Schedule a personal visit with Sales Counselors Tony Stephenson or Sandy Shelpuk and get their undivided attention for an entire hour so you can learn about all things Wind Crest.

Wind Crest Sales Counselors Tony Stephenson and Sandy Shelpuk invite anyone curious about the Highlands Ranch, Colo., Erickson Living community to join them for a personal visit, conversation, and campus tour.

Traudl and Telu Li have lived internationally most of their lives, including Taiwan, Switzerland, Japan, Germany, Hawaii, and now Colorado. Traudl wrote and published a book about living internationally entitled Light and Shadows

While many people dream of moving to Hawaii for retirement, Traudl and Telu Li moved from the Aloha State. But what would make someone want to move from paradise? 

After living in a tropical climate for 34 years, they were ready for a change of scenery. For Traudl and Telu, what started as a change of scenery and weather has become a positive change in lifestyle.

Linda Clem moved to Wind Crest from Keystone, Colo., and is pictured here in the luxurious two-bedroom, two-bath Walton-style apartment home she chose.

"Wind Crest is a good balance between couples and singles,” says Linda Clem, who moved to the Highlands Ranch, Colo., Erickson Living community as a new widow from Keystone.

Wind Crest Personal Moving Consultant Beth Brandenburg (left) gives Wilma DeBoer some helpful pointers on creating space in her closet.

I’ve been writing about downsizing and moving for nearly 15 years, and the most common remark I hear from people who have done it, goes something like this: “I don’t miss a thing.”

Bill Snow was hesitant to move to Wind Crest for fear of the community being out of his price range. Now, he’s living a vibrant, maintenance-free retirement and loving every moment.

If Bill Snow had listened to his initial assumptions about maintenance-free retirement living at Wind Crest, he would still be living alone, maintaining a large house, isolated from social interaction. Instead, he now plays pool every day but Sunday with his buddies and can’t walk down the hall without running into a familiar face.

Royal blue accents and modern farmhouse décor adorn the Peyton model in Wind Crest’s Prospect Crossing residence building, which just opened last month.

This spring, Wind Crest welcomed the first residents to Prospect Crossing, its newest residence building and the first in the community’s third and, potentially, final neighborhood.

With spacious, open rooms and square footage between 782 and 839, the one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath Brecken is one of Wind Crest’s most popular floor plans.

From her office on Plaza Drive, Vera Kesler has seen the landscape of Highlands Ranch, Colo., transform over the past 40 years. While working as a data processor and administrator for what was originally Cahners Publishing Company, she watched buildings being erected—from Children’s Hospital to apartment complexes, schools, restaurants, and shopping centers.

A landscaped courtyard will connect Summit Square and Quincy Point and feature a pickleball court, bocce court, and walking paths that enhance Wind Crest’s vibrant lifestyle.

Wind Crest recently announced its Colorado expansion, the newest phase of development in its Colorado neighborhood. The expansion features two new residence buildings, Summit Square and Quincy Point, which open summer and fall of 2020, respectively. 

Wind Crest Executive Chef Adrian Snow stays current with culinary trends by following the Oregon food scene and staying connected to chefs both nationwide and worldwide through the American Culinary Federation.

When you have a member of your community who has met and worked with James Beard leading the dining services committee where you live, you know the food’s going to be good.