SRP Medical to offer new facility in Magnolia
SRP Medical has broken ground on Magnolia Heights, a new senior living community in Spring, the company announced on Aug. 2.
The company is a developer of upscale senior living facilities. The 85,000-square-foot senior living community will offer 60 assisted-living apartments and 48 more memory-care apartments. The community is located on Holzwarth Road between Louetta Road and Cypresswood Drive just off of Interstate 45 in Northwest Houston.
Magnolia Heights is the first new senior living community providing assisted-living and memory-care residences in the Spring market in more than 10 years, according to a news release. Magnolia Heights is scheduled to be finished in May 2013.
The development will be a mix of studios and one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes that will feature granite countertops, walk-in closets and tile showers, a quality professional staff and beautiful landscaped courtyards and grounds, according to the release.
"Spring is an ideal location for our next assisted-living and memory-care project, and we are delighted to bring a modern senior living community to the area," said Scott Wilson, managing principal of SRP Medical. "We expect Magnolia Heights to represent the highest quality of facility, service and care that all of our senior facilities in Texas and surrounding states will have."
A full-service real estate development company, SRP has more than 12 years of experience in operating senior living communities and now manages more than 50 properties across the United States.
SRP is focused on health care-related projects in Texas and the Southwest and developed the Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital in Northeast Houston. SRP is working with Frontier Management on this project. Frontier will oversee operations and management for the new facility.
"Magnolia Heights Assisted Living and Memory Care will provide an outstanding lifestyle and caring environment for the residents who call it home," said Frontier Management CEO Greg Roderick. "Our compassionate and highly trained caregivers will provide physical support to residents who need assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming and medication reminders, as well as complementary care for residents affected with dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. Were excited to expand our services in Texas and look forward to bringing a first-class community to the Spring area."
Mutual of Omaha bank provided construction financing, and Rogers O'Brien is the project's general contractor. The architect is GHLA Architecture. Visit MagnoliaHeightsAssistedLiving.com for more information.
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