PLANO, Texas — Forefront Living, a faith-based, nonprofit organization providing senior living and hospice services in the Dallas area, is seeking approval from Plano city officials to develop a senior living community in West Plano.
The proposed community, The Outlook at Windhaven, would provide up to 190 independent living residences: a 160-unit apartment building with underground parking and 30 cottage homes. The campus would also include a 64-unit building for assisted living and memory care services and a clubhouse building.
The community would be developed on an 18.2-acre creekside site. The developer hopes to begin construction in late 2022.
Partners on the development include City Centric Planning, a firm specializing in urban planning services; The Living Architecture, an architecture firm specializing in senior living and hospitality; Bridget Bohacz + Associates, a firm specializing in senior living interiors; Kimley Horn, an engineering design firm; Greystone, a consulting firm specializing in senior living; and Andres Construction Services.
Forefront Living submitted its proposed concept and site plan to the City of Plano on Sept. 24 for review, after which a hearing with the Planning and Zoning Committee will be scheduled.