Wind Crest Sales Counselor Molly Thorne-Dhieux

Spring flowers aren’t the only things blooming this time of year. Wind Crest is blossoming with exciting new apartments and amenities. 

The Tribune caught up with Sales Counselor Molly Thorne-Dhieux to get her take on all the action.

Wind Crest's Windows Restaurant

Some restaurants have great food, others have an excellent atmosphere, and a few have a spectacular view. Windows Restaurant, which opened December 29 at Wind Crest, hits a home run with all three. 

head shot of Wind Crest's sales counselor

Spring flowers aren’t the only things blooming this time of year. Crest is blossoming with exciting new apartments and amenities. 

The Tribune caught up with Sales Counselor Molly Thorne-Dhieux to get her take on all the action.

picture of a large dining venue

Some restaurants have great food, others have an excellent atmosphere, and a few have a spectacular view. Windows Restaurant, which opened December 29 at

woman in her apartment home

 

When the Tribune interviewed Joan Armstrong last summer, she was anticipating great things from her impending move to Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo. 

She moved into McHenry’s Crossing on December 1, shortly after the neighborhood opened, and she hasn’t been disappointed. 

woman in her apartment home

 

When the Tribune interviewed Joan Armstrong last summer, she was anticipating great things from her impending move to Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo. 

She moved into McHenry’s Crossing on December 1, shortly after the neighborhood opened, and she hasn’t been disappointed. 

picture of High Line Overlook

In 32 years of Erickson Living, the company has never built a clubhouse that includes apartment homes. Until now.

couple staring out there window looking at mountains

Bob and Patty Lee had been eyeing Crest since July 2006, but it wasn’t until the Highlands Ranch, Colo., community announced construction of its new residence building, McHenry’s Crossing, that they jumped at the chance to move.