The Residences at Kraft Commons
K2M Design was proud to provide architectural design services to Hooverwood Jewish Home in Indianapolis, Indiana for its newly opened Residences at Kraft Commons. This new luxurious assisted living wing, an addition to their recently renovated long term care and skilled care community, has allowed Hooverwood to extend their continuum of care to include licensed assisted living.
Friend’s Fellowship Community
The K2M team provided several building and site improvements for Friends Fellowship Community. Services provided consisted of site planning, MEPS&C engineering, landscape design, architectural and interior design.
Westminster Village West Lafayette
For Westminster Village, the design of a campus expansion included a new wellness center, new independent housing, expansion of assisted living and a new transportation building. The 25,000 square foot facility includes an aquatics area complete with a 3-lane lap pool and a large warm-water therapy pool, fitness spaces with cardio and strength training equipment, a spacious aerobics fitness area, and wet and dry crafts rooms. New independent housing was developed with the goal of appealing to younger retirees. The new “hybrid” homes provide for a type of housing between the individual garden home and a typical apartment.
Westminster Village North: Laurel Commons
Westminster Village North (WVN) in Indianapolis is a shining example of a not-for-profit Life Plan community that recognized changes and took a strategic approach to ensure its continued viability.
This project was the fourth in the development of new senior living campuses for CarDon & Associates utilizing the “household” concept.
Brookdale Robin Run Village
K2M team members planned and designed the two projects and later worked with NBA to expand the campus with new garden homes. The campus was purchased in recent years by Brookdale Senior Living. Following the Brookdale purchase, the team has assisted with a major interiors renovation of the independent living apartment building and, most recently, completed the design of an assisted living addition that includes a memory-care unit.
Lutheran Community Home
Lutheran Community’s newest addition to their continuing care community is the transitional home, Forest Path. Designed to care for residents with early stage dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, the home’s small size creates a homelike atmosphere. The home includes ten private rooms, a cozy, inviting family room, dining room, and therapy room. A secure courtyard provides additional space for gathering and relaxing.
Woodland Terrace is a 4 story adult living community designed to allow residents to “age-in-place” and receive needed assistance with activities of daily living in their apartment units as needed. The 185-unit building is approximately 246,000 square feet in area. The lower two floors are designed for assisted living with an 18-bed memory-care unit located on the ground floor. The lower two floors are designed for assisted living with an 18-bed memory-care unit located on the ground floor. The upper floors are designed for independent living and include a variety of amenity spaces including a dining room, pub, pub terrace, fitness room, yoga studio, library, music room and art studio. A walk-out basement area includes a large ballroom, day spa and salon. Studio, one and two-bedroom units are provided throughout the building. All living units are fully-accessible. Enclosed garages are provided convenient to multiple building entrances. The site includes an outdoor gathering/entertainment area.
The project is the first phase of a new CCRC campus located in the Town of Fishers, Indiana. This first phase of the project is developed on an 11-acre site and includes 108 skilled nursing beds and 30 assisted living apartments.
Gentry Park Senior Living Community is a new campus including both independent and assisted living facilities. The assisted living facility includes 74 apartments and 34 memory care units. Independent living includes 32 garden homes.