Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Evergreen Real Estate Group Celebrates Grand Opening of Grandbrier of Prospect Heights in Prospect Heights, IL

Grandbrier of Prospect Heights Independent Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, Prospect Heights, IL

CHICAGO, IL (May 30, 2017) – Evergreen Real Estate Group, together with Pathway Senior Living, recently celebrated the grand opening of Grandbrier of Prospect Heights, a 101-unit independent, assisted living and memory care community in Prospect Heights, Ill.

 Prospect Heights Mayor Nicholas "Nick" Helmer was among the honored guests at the grand opening celebration, held on May 10. 

Diane Reier

The mayor joined Steve Rappin, president of Evergreen Real Estate Group; Diane Reier, lifestyle specialist at Grandbrier; and other area civic and business leaders for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening.

During the event, guests enjoyed guided tours of the property and had the opportunity to speak with Grandbrier team members about the community’s residences and service offerings. Live music by the Paris Swing band played in the background while guests mingled and enjoyed appetizers, wine and other refreshments.

Steve Rappin
“It was really an exciting and grand event,” said Helmer. “Grandbrier of Prospect Heights is a beautiful community that will provide local area seniors and their loved ones with one of the finest assisted living and memory care facilities in the area.”

Located at 708 N. Elmhurst Road, Grandbrier of Prospect Heights includes a three-story, 69-unit independent and assisted living facility, as well as a single-story, 32-unit building for residents requiring memory care services.

Independent and assisted living residents can choose from spacious one- and two-bedroom floor plans, all of which include in-unit laundry and eat-in kitchens with large islands. Optional services will be available for residents requiring assistance with daily living activities.

“The opening of Grandbrier supports the city of Prospect Heights' commitment to caring for its growing senior population by offering a variety of housing options in a single state-of-the-art facility,” said Rappin. “This full spectrum of care allows seniors to comfortably age in place while receiving essential services and enjoying a vibrant, social atmosphere.”

Shared independent and assisted living amenities include indoor and outdoor dining venues; an outdoor living room with fireplace and grill; resident gardens; an on-site theater; library with technology center; chapel; salon and spa; and demonstration kitchen for chef presentations and resident cooking classes. Residents will also have access to a wellness suite, complete with physician offices and a therapy gym.
Mayor Nicholas J. Helmer
The memory care building offers a safe and secure environment with common areas including indoor/outdoor gardens, an outdoor walking courtyard and indoor circular walkways. It includes three residential wings, each with a cluster of private bedrooms surrounding a shared living room, family room, residential-style kitchen and dining room.

Grandbrier’s memory care residents also benefit from A Knew Day Memory Care, a groundbreaking program that has been proven to rehabilitate the brain through a process called rementia.

“Grandbrier was intentionally and thoughtfully designed to support the needs of both residents and their family members,” said Rappin. “With inviting common areas and residences that truly feel like home, Grandbrier provides a supportive environment where seniors can thrive.”

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Kelly Shumaker, kshumaker@taylorjohnson.com, (312) 267-4519
Abe Tekippe, atekippe@taylorjohnson.com, (312) 267-4528

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