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Seniors have a new residential option in the heart of the Twin Cities’ Lake Minnetonka Region. The Waters of Excelsior is now open and accepting residents. A grand opening party for the new senior living community, located at 723 Water Street in Excelsior, will be held on Thurs., Jan. 17 from 3:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Guests will have the opportunity to tour the community, which features 115 apartment homes, including 16 memory care suites available for rent within an elegantly designed building. Available for immediate occupancy are 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom senior living apartments for the general population, as well as 1-bedroom and studio apartments for Memory Care and Enhanced Care residents. Floor plans in the main building range from 615 to 1,180 square feet.
In addition to touring fully furnished models, attendees can look forward to touring the salon/spa and wellbeing studio, which will offer programming designed to promote engagement with a focus on quality of content and time. Guests will also be able to enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages being served throughout the event at the community’s full service restaurant and café/pub.
“Seniors today are looking for communities where they can thrive – where personal choice and a focus on wellbeing are at the forefront of their experience. We are challenged by the senior population to change the face of Senior Living and are proud to carry the torch of evolution. The Waters strives for excellence in quality, care and innovation and we are thrilled to bring this elevated experience to residents in Excelsior,” says Tami Kozikowski, COO The Waters.
The community is currently 37-percent leased, and those wishing to place a deposit on one of the remaining apartments will have the opportunity to do so at the event. The Waters of Excelsior is the 9th Minnesota community owned and operated by The Waters Senior Living LLC, a Minneapolis, MN based owner, operator, and developer of distinctive senior communities. The company, whose mission is to create communities that thrive – for residents, families and team members, also has properties in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
The Waters’ national portfolio currently includes over 1,300 senior apartments with additional communities under development. Their communities offer an innovative suite of personal services and amenities, developed in partnership with some of the nation’s preeminent thought leaders, including the University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing and Alzheimer’s Association.
A book that has been 20 years in the making will launch at the Barnes and Noble at Calhoun Village in Minneapolis the evening of Tues., Jan. 22.
Twin Cities author Norm MItchell's The Hidden One is the story of Ashley Cooper. The tale begins in 1962 after the violent death of Ashley’s lover, Olga, who was also his Russian Lit professor, and a Russian émigré from Paris. Before he has the chance to recover from that tragedy, death strikes again. After Ashley’s stepfather, Colonel (David Cooper) dies, his stepmother, Ronnie, decides the time has come for him to learn the truth about his identity.
It’s a journey Ashley shares with his daughter, Annie, who has recently discovered she has uncanny psychic abilities. Together, they embark on a mission to discover their new family, the mysterious Iskandarovs.
More information can be found on the Amazon listing for the book.
A lot of people make the resolution to do more good in the New Year, but they may not know exactly what that’s going to mean. They are sure to be inspired by the work of Richard Bahr of Minneapolis.
This year marks the 6th year of existence for the nonprofit he runs with his wife, Carla. Threshold to New Life is a 501 (c)(3) dedicated to helping people who are living in the margins, and in danger of losing the housing they are in. The Bahrs’ organization is doing its part to combat homelessness by working with local housing agencies to help meet the needs of people having trouble paying their rent or mortgage so they can stay in the housing they are in. They also help out those who are homeless in a number of ways.
Richard Bahr appeared on KARE-TV Minneapolis' 4 p.m. newscast on Jan. 14 to offer practical advice for viewers who want to assist those in our community who have fallen on tough times.
Learn more about Threshold to New Life and Richard's Book, Those People: The True Character of the Homeless, at www.Threshold2NewLife.org.