New luxury senior residences Clarendale Arcadia opens

New luxury senior residences Clarendale Arcadia opens

Article Originally Posted by AZBigMedia on November 1, 2022

Clarendale Arcadia, the latest luxury senior living community, announced today the opening of Phase I of their residences with a move in date of December 5, 2022. This first phase includes some Independent Living residences and all assisted living and memory care residences.

Located close to the southeast corner of Camelback Road and 32nd Street near the historic Arcadia neighborhood , Clarendale Arcadia offers panoramic mountain views at the 347,346-square-foot property, featuring 248 luxury senior apartment homes. Clarendale Arcadia features tailored lifestyles to fit each resident with high-end amenity offerings.

“Our approach to luxury senior living is to evoke high-end comfort with touches of home as a rental, not buy-in or life-plan,” said Executive Director Stefanie Smith. “This lifestyle paired with breathtaking views from all five levels and multiple one-and two-bedroom floor plans, allow our residents to live the maintenance free setting they prefer, as well as move through the continuum if and when they may need a higher level of care such as assisted living or memory care.”

This five-story urban community is an $104 million development offering 140 luxury senior independent living residences with one- and two-bedroom floor plans, 68 assisted living and 40 memory care apartments. Independent living residences range from 694 square feet to 1,709 square feet, assisted living residences range from 498 square feet to 1318 square feet and memory care residences are all private.

Residents have several options for floorplans and can expect designer finishes with upscale fixtures, pendant lighting, quartz countertops, soft-close cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and luxury vinyl plank flooring, perfect for living or entertaining guests. Patterns and colors were thoughtfully created to aid in comfort and peacefulness, memory retention and wayfinding.