Wind Crest’s Mt. Rosa Court will offer 17 floor plans, including 3 brand-new layouts.

Wind Crest has been going through a growth spurt, but it may be coming to an end. The Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., recently announced the construction of its final residence building in the current phase of community development, Mt. Rosa Court.

Personal Moving Consultant Beth Brandenburg meets with prospective residents in their home, armed with a magnetic floor plan of their new apartment at Wind Crest.

Whether you’re moving to Wind Crest in one month or one year, Personal Moving Consultant Beth Brandenburg provides personalized assistance to help make the load—and the experience—a lot lighter. 

Four senior adults gathered around a laptop and print materials.

New research confirms that people who have stronger social networks—both online and offline—live longer. 

People moving to Wind Crest who use a preferred real estate agent like Rob Stark with RE/MAX to sell their house, qualify for the Move On Us program and receive a moving services credit (up to $2,000) in their resident account.

Denver’s mild climate makes any season a good time to list your house, but sellers who list in the first two quarters of the year are at a distinct advantage, says Rob Stark, a RE/MAX agent based in Littleton, Colo.

National Sports Center for the Disabled volunteer trainer Jim Gile (right) controls paraskier Severance Kelley at Winter Park.

Jack Lane and his wife Candy Kane will move to Longs Ridge this year. They’re looking forward to it so much that they’ve incorporated the phrase “Wind Crest Days” into their vernacular.

(Clockwise, from left) Wilma DeBoer, Bud DeBoer, Pat Pratt, Jerry Nelson, Jim Sarafin, and Lilah Sarafin tour Resolute microbrewery in Centennial, Colo.

This Valentine’s Day, Wilma and Bud DeBoer will celebrate their fifth anniversary. No, no, not their wedding anniversary, though it’s nearly as significant. Bud and Wilma will celebrate five years of worry-free, active retirement living at Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Steve and Lori Hessee will move to Wind Crest’s Longs Ridge neighborhood in June from their home of ten years in Scottsdale, Ariz. They’re ready to spend less time worrying about home maintenance and more time with family, who all live in the Denver area.

It’s no secret that Steve and Lori Hessee like warm weather. Sunshine and warm breezes fit their active lifestyle. They’ve become accustomed to biking and walking near their home of ten years in Scottsdale, Ariz. What doesn’t suit their active lifestyle—and that of their equally active children—are household maintenance and the worry of finding care down the road, should they need it.

TV studio, live programming, Java, Niteside, Arts and Enrichment Center, Fireside Lounge  Wind Crest’s morning talk show Java airs on the community’s in-house TV channel.

With the launch of its in-house TV studio and live programming, Wind Crest, in Highlands Ranch, Colo., just made its community a little stronger.