Cypress Springs will be a 35,000-square-foot, 66-bed Alzheimer’s and memory support residence with an emphasis on sophistication and individual service.
“We have developed Cypress Springs as a community where our own family members with memory loss would live,” said Phil Brosseau, one of three Cypress principals, in a statement.
“As baby boomers, we know that people want more than an institutional environment,” he said. “They want a comfortable residence that feels like their home.”
The community will be designed — through music, art and landscaping — to be engaging yet relaxing. There will be a variety of innovative activities within a comforting setting.
Brosseau has been in the hotel industry for more than three decades. Fellow principals Randy Box and Rob Garrett are teaming to bring a hospitality element to the development.
Cypress Springs will be the third community the three have built. The other two Cypress Springs residences recently opened in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Seniority Inc., a senior living company, will manage Cypress Springs, which will be hiring about 40 full- and part-time staff.
Construction will begin almost immediately.
Christi Royse of J.P. Weigand & Sons handled the deal.
Dallas-based Curtis Group Architects is the project architect.
Cypress Springs will make the 10th medical office at the park, which started in 2003.
There are two sites left at the park. One is more than 100,000 square feet. The other is about 70,000 square feet.
Cypress Springs will be south of the Plastic Surgery Center.
“Their building is going to be very nice,” says Cathy Erickson, vice president at Laham Development.
“We think that Cypress will be a great addition to the medical park.”