written by Sheila G. Miller
New housing options for senior citizens continue to go up around the state, and they each seem to have more and better amenities. Gone are the days of hospital smells and soft foods—check out these options for active seniors around Washington.
In Vancouver, Bonaventure of Vancouver joins a nearby Bonaventure facility in Salmon Creek. The facility includes retirement, assisted living and memory care suites and studios, and it also includes a variety of extras, like a bowling alley, a billiards room and a pub.
Aegis of Mercer Island, slated to open in summer 2019, will have seventy-three assisted living apartments and sixteen memory care apartments. In addition to the typical amenities, this spot has a private wine tasting lounge as well as a cascading water wall on an outdoor terrace.
Fieldstone Memory Care will open in Spokane in fall 2019. The
memory care facility is designed to have a neighborhood feel, with
a common area that looks like a town square with a movie theater
and ’50s-style diner.