- Market Senior Living
- Industry Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Therapy + Rehab, Transitional Care, Wellness
- Square Footage 309,400
- Location Woodbury, MN
- Product Solutions Furniture
- Services Installation + Labor, Interior Design, Procurement, Product Specification, Project Management
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The new St Therese of Woodbury senior living campus was planned to offer a variety of fun-loving, maintenance-free living options and a complete continuum of care, all within a community setting.
St Therese’s mission to do ordinary things with extraordinary love is apparent throughout the community.
The first phase of construction opened to residents in 2016 and included 102 independent living apartments and 20 memory care units, as well as 38 private suites for transitional and long-term care. The housing options and private suites are organized in small “neighborhoods” that are connected by a Town Center with conveniences such as a chapel, theater, bistro, and beauty/barbershop.
Adjacent to the Town Center is a state-of-the-art wellness center that provides therapy and fitness programs. The wellness center features a warm-water aquatic therapy pool offering open swim, as well as independent and group fitness classes.
The Redswoods Senior Apartment complex was completed in 2017 as part of the 2nd phase of construction. The facility includes an additonal 64 high-end independent living apartments and is located a short walk from the main campus. The Redwoods offers access to the amenities of the main campus as well as its own facilities, including a fitness center with strength-building equipment, a community and club room for social events, and guest suites to host family and friends.
Henricksen’s Senior Living Group provided programming, space planning, interior design, and procurement services. Working with local community, Henricksen established an art program that included the works of local oil and mosic tile artists.
“This campus is unique, it is going to be one of a dozen facilities like this that have been built in the last decade in Minnesota. It will serve this community not only for the next decade, but for the next 50 years.”
– Wayne Olson, Executive Vice President of Healthcare Operations and Development, Volunteers of America