Interior work has begun on Woodland Commons Clubhouse and Dogwood Place and Sycamore Square residence buildings.

One year ago, the sales staff at Windsor Run, Erickson Living’s first North Carolina community, began accepting reservations for the community’s first 216 apartment homes. Now, just 12 months later, plans are under way for its grand opening this spring. 

Darla and Ben Schwartz have started and joined several clubs and activities since moving to Wind Crest from Evergreen a year ago.

For Darla and Ben Schwartz, the most important factor in their next home wasn’t size, location, amenities, or cost. Those topped their list, yes. But what mattered most was that they could bring their two Australian shepherds, Amy and Aussie. 

“They’re our kids,” Darla says of the eleven-year-old litter mates.

Photo of Bo Lundh, Windsor Run’s associate executive director.

Windsor Run is pleased to announce Bo Lundh as the community’s first associate executive director. In this role, he will oversee the General Services and Resident Life departments for the 60-acre campus.

This aerial view of Windsor Run clearly shows the construction progress on the Woodlands Common Clubhouse plus Dogwood Place and Sycamore Square residence buildings.

With only a few months left until Windsor Run opens its doors to the first residents, the sales center is buzzing with people eager to learn how they can secure a future at Erickson Living’s first community in North Carolina. 

George Comfort is Windsor Run’s first executive director.

Windsor Run is pleased to announce George Comfort as the community’s first executive director. In this role, he will provide overall operational leadership for the 60-acre campus.

The Faulkner one-bedroom floor plan is one of several popular floor plans at Erickson Living communities.

With less than a year until Windsor Run, Erickson Living’s first North Carolina community, opens, demand for the enviable lifestyle has reached a fever pitch.

Suzanne Cowden is one of Windsor Run’s preferred real estate professionals.

In March, a report by PwC and the Urban Land Institute identified Charlotte, N.C., as the third most attractive real estate market in America. Reasons for the growth, according to the report, include a rapidly growing population, strong construction presence, and a booming economy.

Aerial shot of construction site.

It is no secret that Erickson Living communities stand above the competition when it comes to providing the best in retirement living. Since the announcement of Windsor Run, Erickson Living’s first North Carolina community, demand for this sought-after community continues to grow at a record-breaking pace.

A view of buildings rising from the construction site of Windsor Run.

Since the construction at Windsor Run, Erickson Living’s first North Carolina community began building “up,” the sales staff also witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of people reserving the first homes at the community. More than 70% of the 216 apartment homes in the first phase of construction are reserved.