Announcing: The Vista!
Growth is our goal – provided it’s done with wisdom, foresight and planning.
Looking forward to the next 10-15 years, and building on our mission to create an environment that values people of all ages by providing daily opportunities for personal growth and creativity, C. C. Young has developed a master plan that will transform the existing campus near White Rock Lake. The first and most visible component of this strategic master plan will be the new licensed building called The Vista. This integrated transitional living center connected to the existing Blanton Assisted Living building is a new design concept in the Senior Living, Senior Care industry. The building is designed with ultimate flexibility to adapt floors to changing market demands and resident needs. The clear lines between different levels of care are becoming more blurred than they have ever been in the past.
Besides the state-of-the-art, flexible design concept, The Vista will afford incredible views of East Dallas and White Rock Lake. The structure’s design promotes green space and natural surroundings with gardens and windows which usher in natural daylight, benefiting the residents and staff alike. New amenities will be offered to enhance the lives of those on the C. C. Young campus. Dining options will be expanded and will include meals prepared to order in each “household” of up to 16 residents.
Amenities will include: inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation with an aquatic therapy center, a grand hall, multiple dining venues, family rooms, a meditation chapel, an art gallery, gift shop, wood shop, and multiple gardens.
The Vista is designed with 221 individual residences that can be easily modified for accessibility issues, as needed. Multiple smaller community gathering spaces are integrated into the design to allow for small group activities, individual hobbies and personal time. The large assisted living apartments are uniquely designed to foster community and also to maintain a sense of autonomy.
The individual residences and smaller, more functional community spaces combine to create “households” which lessen the large scale of the building and create more intimate environments while promoting closer relationships between residents and their caregivers.