Gulf Coast Village now accepting reservations at Palmview, a new assisted living and memory care center in Cape Coral

Gulf Coast Village is now accepting reservations at Palmview, the new state-of-the-art, 130,980-square-foot assisted living and memory care support residence located next to the existing Gulf Coast Village campus at 1433 Santa Barbara Blvd. in Cape Coral. Opening in March, Palmview offers 128 residences including 80 assisted living and 48 memory support at Gulf Coast Village community, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that offers the full continuum of care for adults over 62, encompassing independent living, assisted living, specialized memory support, skilled nursing, outpatient services and home health care. Now through March 2017, the Palmview Premier Program allows new residents to lock in rates until January 2019. Seniors or their families interested in learning about Palmview living options may call 239-217-4224 to attend an upcoming seminar.

Lifestyle is the theme at Palmview, where assisted living residents will enjoy spacious, well-appointed one-bedroom or two-bedroom residences, featuring kitchens with modern appliances, walk-in closets, some with washer/dryers, cooktops and dishwashers and all include smart TV with complimentary wi-fi. Memory Support residences offer spacious private suites with full-private baths. Amenities at Palmview include a media room for entertaining with drop screens for videos, movies or presentations, six on-site dining venues and several recreational areas where residents can participate in a variety of events and programs.

Inspired from the natural elements of the Florida coastline, the new assisted living and memory care residences at Gulf Coast Village is designed as a place where residents can discover a mix of engaging opportunities, encouraging an active lifestyle and enriching their daily experience.
Diverse programs are offered to residents, including within the memory support community where residents can participate in new programs such as Landmarks for Living, a philosophy that promotes optimal living in a nurturing supportive environment.

Inside the property, botanical fabrics in a warm and inviting color palette blend with vibrant accents reminiscent of the ocean. White painted millwork, rich wood tones, and a blown glass art installation establish the feel of a relaxed seaside resort. Six distinctive dining venues assist in wayfinding and create variety throughout the community. A general store, coffee bars, and other retro details bring nostalgia as well as opportunities for new memories to be made by residents. In addition, multi-use spaces throughout the property lend flexibility, evolving over time to meet the needs of the community as it grows. Around the perimeter, large porches and lanais offer casual settings for residents and their families, while expansive courtyards provide safe spaces to explore.

“The supportive and well-trained staff, the large and impressive residences, new and expanded amenities and programs as well as enhanced access to healthcare differentiates Palmview from other communities,” said Kevin Ahmadi, executive director at Gulf Coast Village. “The entire community has so much to offer, from Starbucks to movie theaters to incredible dining venues and even a community garden, there is so much for residents to enjoy.”

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