Masterpiece Inglewood opens

Residents are moving into Red Deer’s newest senior’s complex.

Masterpiece Inglewood chef Andrew Lummis and executive chef Giuseppe Sacchetti serve up a meal for residents and guests visiting the just opened Masterpiece Inglewood

Residents are moving into Red Deer’s newest senior’s complex.

Masterpiece Inglewood began accepting tenants last month, said Chris Oliver, the facility’s general manager.

“Rooms are actually filling quite quickly,” he said, adding that interest in the complex has been strong.

The four-storey building at 10 Inglewood Dr. contains 151 units, with these ranging from one-bedroom junior suites to two-bedroom units with two bathrooms. Both independent living and assisting living options are available, with the latter including help with medication, bathing and dressing.

Amenities at Masterpiece Inglewood include a bistro and dining room, a games areas, bowling alleys, a movie theatre, an arts and crafts studio, a woodworking shop and a fitness centre. The building consists of approximately 160,000 square feet.

Units are available for lease only.

Calgary-based Masterpiece Inc. also developed the nearby Masterpiece Aspen Ridge seniors complex. Oliver said more space in that building is dedicated to assisted living.

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