(BRYAN, Texas) – Traditions Club and Community, the prestigious private golf and master-planned development in the shadow of Texas A&M University, announces the highly-anticipated addition of Parc at Traditions Senior Living Community.
The initial phase of a vibrant senior living campus, Parc at Traditions will house 154 senior living units comprised of 90 independent-living, 40 assisted-living and 24 memory care apartment homes incorporated into a stylish, resort-like setting. Conveniently located in the heart of the community, Parc at Traditions will offer residents unparalleled access to club/community activities and amenities, as well as the ATLAS Town Center and the university.
Parc at Traditions is a joint development with Parc Communities, a leader in upscale, hospitality-enriched seniors housing. Featuring innovative design by Three Living Architecture and artfully-incorporated into a picturesque, 13-acre wooded site, state-of-the-art lifestyle options will be complemented by Parc Communities’ signature levels of amenities, service and care.
“We are excited to team with Traditions to bring the incomparable Parc lifestyle to the Brazos Valley,” says Andy Slavin, Parc Communities Executive Vice President. “Our pioneering partnership with the Health Science Center is a unique opportunity to serve area seniors and their families with innovative health and wellness initiatives.”
Located adjacent to the university’s 200-acre Health Science Center campus, Parc at Traditions residents will enjoy lifestyle enhancements through exclusive programmatic collaborations with Health Science Center researchers, educators and students.
Texas A&M Health Science Center is transforming health through innovative research, education and service in dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health and medical sciences. As an independent state agency and academic unit of Texas A&M University, the health science center serves the state through campuses throughout Texas.
“The opening of Parc at Traditions provides another exemplary clinical training site for our medical students within the Bryan-College Station community,” says Paul Ogden, M.D., interim dean of the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. “The community will allow our students to spend time working with residents promoting healthy living and wellness.”
Construction is scheduled to begin first quarter 2015, with completion planned for the summer of 2016.
“Parc at Traditions will be an integral part of our fabric of life and one of the most thoughtfully-executed senior living communities in the country,” adds Spencer Clements, Principal, Traditions Club and Community. “With its convenient access to nearby amenities, residents of Parc at Traditions will enjoy a singular lifestyle opportunity.”
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About Traditions Club and Community
Overlooking stately oak trees, gently rolling terrain and the lush green fairways of an award-winning Jack Nicklaus / Jack Nicklaus II designed golf course, the Traditions Club and Community is an enclave of custom estates, Game Day Cottages, cozy casitas, villas, garden homes and luxurious condominiums.
Spacious home sites range from 1/4 up to an acre, with homes spanning 1,800 to 8,000 square feet. Several lots view the championship golf course while others overlook the natural creek and preserve areas.
The three- and four-bedroom Game Day Cottages feature oversized bathrooms, spacious garages, open living and dining areas, pergolas and covered patios for outdoor-living space entertainment. Cottages are equipped with top quality finishes including spacious tiled baths, gourmet kitchens with granite counter tops, elegant multi-level designed cabinetry, hardwood flooring and stainless steel appliances.
Game Day Cottage owners also have access to an optional Cottage Rental Program. Each participating cottage owner maintains priority use through a reservation system so his or her cottage will always be available for events and special occasions. When not owner-occupied, the suites are available to visitors, guests and Traditions Club members on a rotational basis.
A sparkling amenity of the Traditions Community is the private Traditions Club, home to the Texas A&M men’s and women’s golf teams and the Goodman Family Aggie Golf Complex. Club amenities include a 21,000-square foot, four-building clubhouse with men’s and women’s locker rooms; a family swim center with numerous pools for the entire family; and a fully-equipped fitness center. Casual fare is offered at the Pool Grille and fine dining at the clubhouse, home to an impressive wine cellar.