PHOENIX — Life Care Services is developing the $100 million second phase at Sagewood in Phoenix. Westminster Capital is the joint venture development partner of the property, which opened in 2010 and currently has 316 units.
Situated on 3.5 acres, the 220,000-square-foot second phase will include 101 independent living apartments. Phase II will feature one- and two-bedroom apartment homes; an 18-hole championship golf putting course; new dining facilities, including The Owl’s Nest restaurant and lounge; expansion of the existing Canyon Café; and an expansion of the current Palo Verde Dining Room, which will become an entirely new separate venue. Additionally, the second phase will include card rooms and new administrative offices.
The new phase will offer 13 different apartment home floor plans, ranging from one-bedroom units to two-bedroom plus den layouts. The units will measure between 873 square feet and 2,351 square feet. All residences will also include patios or balconies offering scenic views.
Todd & Associates is serving as architect and The Weitz Co. is building the project.
Phase II will be the largest addition to Sagewood since opening in 2010. The new phase is slated for completion in late 2020.
Sagewood features a fitness center, movie theaters, indoor and outdoor pools, formal and casual dining and an auditorium for multi-purpose use. The development also includes Acadia Health Center, which provides assisted living, memory support, skilling nursing and a rehabilitative therapy center.