Wind Crest Dining department has opened a new restaurant, Burtons

Wind Crest is spicing things up with the opening of Burton’s, an Asian-fusion style restaurant on campus at the Highlands Ranch, Colo., Erickson Living community. 

“It’s fresh, it’s different from our other restaurants, and it’s what our residents resoundingly asked for,” says Dining Director Tom Carlson.

Tony  Stephenson Wind Crest’s sales counselor

With the newest residence building at Wind Crest, Mt. Rosa Court, open just two months and nearly fully occupied, the Highlands Ranch, Colo., community’s priority list is at an all-time high. 

Prospect Crossing is the first building of a third neighborhood at Wind Crest (and it’s already over halfway sold out). This rendering shows its relation to future outdoor amenities planned if demand causes the community to continue building.

If there were a place where people got healthier with age, it would be Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Community members avail themselves of yoga, tai chi, walking trails, healthy menu options, and wellness programs, all offered conveniently on campus.

Writing coach Royalene Doyle is shifting gears this year to work on her own manuscript.

This year, author and writing coach Royalene Doyle is trading one facet of her career for another. She’s cutting back on assisting others with their manuscripts and memoirs so she can concentrate on her own—a novel that’s been in the works since 2009. So while she’s shifting gears, she’s not slowing down. 

Jim and Andy Hart say they are really happy here at Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., where they moved last year.

If there’s one thing Jim Hart is not afraid of, it’s heights. He regularly climbed up two flights of stairs from his radio shack in the basement, then climbed a 50-foot tower on the roof of his four-bedroom house to fix his radio antennae.

Following a successful career in health care administration, Roger Metz moved to Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., and started a singles group for his neighborhood.

Most people move to Wind Crest in hopes that the maintenance-free Erickson Living community will make life better for them with its amenity-rich campus, predictable monthly service package, and on-site medical care. Roger Metz moved there in hopes of making life better for others.

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.

Fran and Bill Myers may have downsized when they moved to Wind Crest, but their new home still holds what matters, including Fran’s grand piano.

Bill and Fran Myers were Wind Crest ambassadors ten years before moving to the Highlands Ranch, Colo., Erickson Living community. Now that they’ve lived there for nearly a year, all their expectations have been confirmed—and they have a gaggle of friends to pal around with along with all the new ones they make daily.

Residents maintain container gardens on The High Line Overlook patio.

Soon the snow will melt and the perennials Judy Puckett planted last summer behind Parry Landing, the residence building at Wind Crest, will begin to poke up through the ground.

Judy, a lifelong gardener who moved to Wind Crest from the foothills in Jenesee, Colo., planted perennials native to Colorado, including yarrow, lupine, and Russian sage, among others.