Construction is well underway at the site of the torn-down Studewood Fiesta on the Village of the Heights. This updated (and softer) rendering shows the 4-story, 103-unit senior living facility as seen from near the intersection of 14th and Studewood; it will be bordered on the north by Algregg. A rep from developer Bridgewood Properties — which operates 3 similar facilities in Houston — says that the 1st floor will be devoted to a clinic for “memory care,” and the 2nd floor will include a fitness center, library, beauty salon, and assisted-living suites; the top 2 floors will be reserved for apartments, ranging from 1-bedroom, 524-sq.-ft. spaces to 2-bedroom, 753-sq.-ft. ones.
The photos show that much of the parking lot has been framed and poured; the facility should be open by next summer.
Below: Plans for the apartments on the 3rd and 4th floors:
- The Village of the Heights [Bridgewood Properties]
- Previously on Swamplot: Assisting the Living in the Heights, Daily Demolition Report: Vargo’s Goes, Heights Fiesta Out, “Senior Living” Complex Going In, Heights Grocery: Not Gone Yet
Images: Bridgewood Properties (renderings and site plan); Allyn West (construction photos)