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Heritage Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care

Stegenga + PARTNERS

Posted: November 26, 2019 | Projects

Heritage Oaks of Englewood, Florida, is a new signature assisted living and memory care facility. This new 118-unit assisted living community includes a 32-unit memory care neighborhood, and is in close proximity to world-class healthcare, cultural venues, shopping, and fine dining. This 96,283-square-foot, one-of-a-kind community offers a luxurious lifestyle, with concierge services, chef-prepared meals, housekeeping and more, without a large investment or long-term commitment. Various floor plans feature spacious one-bedroom and one-bath units as well as deluxe two-bedroom and two-bath units.

Photo Courtesy of Michael Lowry

For the design of Heritage Oaks, the interior spaces are configured for openness that promotes social interaction. Community spaces are intended to serve as the residents’ family room. This innovative design provides indoor and outdoor spaces for meeting, entertaining, arts and crafts, wellness, dining, the development of computer skills, and recreation.

Heritage Oaks provides residents and their loved ones with comfort, security, and peace of mind. All spaces are designed with rich, durable materials designed to last. LED lighting is enhanced to create a warm, friendly, and sustainable environment. Healthy mental stimulation through environmental design – along with easy way finding for residents – contribute to a healthy, fearless, and meaningful lifestyle for the residents, visitors, and staff.

Heritage Oaks sits on over 10 acres of a planned community, and provides more than 60 parking spaces to support the mobility of the residents and their visitors. Having access to nature and the outdoors has long been considered therapeutic for the elderly residents. Research is beginning to confirm that spending time outdoors has many important health benefits, even to the point of increasing longevity.

With this in mind, the exterior landscape design includes looped walking paths and spaces that support continuous footsteps, plenty of shade to protect residents from overexposure to the sun, and comfortable seating which provides areas of rest.

Heritage Oaks has been planned with assisted living in mind, providing a well-designed, friendly, and relaxed community to fill every need of people looking for an assisted living or memory care residence.  


Building Envelope: Fortress Block, Veneerstone, Tyvek HomeWrap
Roofing: Owens Corning, Pac-Clad by Petersen Aluminum, HardiSoffit, Johns Manville
Openings: Williams Brothers Corp. of America Attic Access Doors, Sentinel by CGI
Entrances & Storefronts: Coral Architectural Products, Stanley Autoslide Entrance Doors, Adams rite/ASSA ABLOY
Interior: Armstrong Acoustical Ceiling Tile, Dex-O-Tex Epoxy Flooring, Sherwin Williams.
Flooring: Armstrong
Lighting: Sesco
Elevators: Otis


Stegenga + PARTNERS
950 North Point Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30005

Architect of Record
CDH Partners, Inc.
675 Tower Road
Marrietta, GA 30060

Structural Engineer 
Stability Engineering, Inc.
1376 Church Street, #200
Decatur, GA 30030

Mechanical & Electrical Engineer
Shepherd, Harvey & Associates, Inc.
4855 River Green Parkway, #400
Duluth, GA 30096

General Contractor
Core Construction Services
8027 Cooper Creek Boulevard, #110
University Park, FL 34201

Food Service
Camacho Associates
6735 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard
Atlanta, FL 30360

Location: Englewood, Florida
Date Bid: Oct 2015
Construction Period: Apr 2016 to Jul 2017          
Total Square Feet: 96,283
Site: 10.10 acres.
Number of Buildings: One; 118 units.
Building Sizes: First floor, 60,288; second floor, 35,995; total, 96,283 square feet.  
Building Height: First floor, 12′10″; second floor, 11′2 ″; total, 35′7 ″.  
Basic Construction Type: New/Type IIIA.
Foundation: Slab-on-grade. 
Exterior Walls: CMU.
Roof: Membrane, asphalt shingles, metal. 
Floors: Precast. 
Interior Walls: Metal stud drywall.

Click here to view the full cost details for this project in the November/December 2019 issue of DCD