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Sunday, February 11, 2018

It's Gorgeous!

I’ll let the photos do the speaking for the most part but I will say the building turned out just beautiful. It should be a pleasant, cheerful, restful environment for those who will make their home here. The company, Mission Senior Living, is very dedicated to providing the best experience possible and making sure everything is top-notch. 

The facility itself houses all the modern amenities seniors are looking for. They do a bistro where ice cream is the popular choice and the facility also offers many lounge areas, where TV, exercise equipment, game tables and games, including billiards can be found. Tasteful art and flower arrangements welcome residents down their halls and the marque for the theater will beckon those wishing a movie night to come on in, where the hot popcorn is free.
Wellness offices make sure residents have privacy in seeing the doctor and nurse, and the on-site laundry room and beauty salon provide convenience for taking care of those chores. There’s even a pedicure chair with a very fancy glass foot bowl!
The courtyard pergola offers shady seating and a large BBQ is available for those special cookouts for residents. This entire area overlooks the miniature putting green. Perhaps the real coup however, is the melodious waterfall wall which will entertain and soothe those dining in the great room. It’s mesmerizing to watch the water cascade down.
The units themselves are comfortable and neutrally decorated in desert colors and offer up large windows. (Units pictured are models. Rooms do not come furnished.) The Alzheimer wing décor took special care with art work and vignettes of things past which should help spark memories in those residents, of better remembered times. It’s a bright, enriching environment and not at all hospital feeling when you step in. This wing also enjoys its own outdoor contained patio with seating with safe and secure vinyl fencing.
So, all in all, this facility is probably the best one of its kind I’ve seen. Kudos to Marc for bringing in such a building and living to tell the tale! He can be justifiably proud! 
It will still be a couple weeks before we’re set to leave; there are some small items to be done and I am still following up on the punch list items for at least another week. Then there is a ton of pack up and the big move to Mesquite with all the job stuff and our vehicles. It will be a very busy time.