Indian River Estates, an Acts Retirement-Life Community, celebrated the completion of its $13 million expansion with an exclusive ribbon cutting for residents, community leaders and local dignitaries.
The Vero Beach community added 16 new upscale Citrus Blossom Villas to its 100-acre campus. The three-bedroom villas range from 2,662 to 2,873 square feet with an open-style floor plan featuring cathedral ceilings, a modern kitchen and entertaining spaces, an elevator, two-car garage and ample storage.
Several of Indian River Estates' newest residents attended the ribbon cutting event, and welcomed guests with personal tours of their beautiful residences. The community's culinary team served up a decedent breakfast spread, and Acts' senior leadership lead a champaign toast to celebrate the project's completion. Guests marveled at the luxurious accommodations with all the modern conveniences and paramount access to the community's premiere life care.
“The villa expansion is exciting and welcome news for Indian River County and our surrounding communities,” said Susan Adams, Indian River County Commissioner, who attended the event. “The project adds state-of-the-art housing, coupled with excellent healthcare and quality of life programs for our senior residents."
These modern villas were designed to attract independent retirees eager to enjoy an active lifestyle with the added benefit of health care, access to assisted living and skilled care, all on the same campus if they ever need it. Residents can also take advantage of an array of on-campus activities and amenities such as multiple restaurants, aquatics and fitness centers with a full-time fitness trainer, outdoor amenities like croquet and tennis, as well as nightly entertainment.