Urban Healthcare, an Inspired Senior Living management company located in Nashville, will open its first luxury senior living complex in Gladstone at 2900 NE Kendallwood Parkway this November, according to a press release.
The Grand Royale is a $13 million, 150,000-square-foot, 105-unit community that features 34 independent-living suites, 43 assisted-living and 28 skilled-living spaces. Independent living will open in November with the adjacent areas to open by the end of the year.
Inspired by the 1920s, the interior hearkens to the past with clean lines, geometric forms and lavish textures, states the press release.
Each suite will have a fireplace, patio walkout and custom finishes. Independent living, assisted living, short-term rehab and memory care services will be offered.
“We know that people don’t want the 1980s-, 1990s-style operators who cater to the Depression Era (customers) and provide an inadequate level of customer service and negligent care,” said Urbane Healthcare CEO Daniel Stockdale said. “With baby boomers, their expectations are getting higher, and we must be able to provide excellent customer service.”
The community is one-level and will center around an Italian-style piazza flanked with fountains, shops, cafes and restaurants such as the Little Italy Pizzeria and Coffee by Robin. Other amenities will include the Laugh-O-Gram Theatre, 24-hour room service, fine dining at Reba’s Room, a made-from-scratch kitchen, The Blind Tiger speakeasy, Moustachio’s Barbershop, Bombshells Beauty Bar, a five-and-dime store and children’s play area.
Other luxury features include a personalized Apple Watch for each member that will provide individualized care and personalized messages.
“The Grand Royale will bring a new option to local families as demand for luxury senior living and high-quality care continues to grow. We look forward to providing an elevated level of care and sophistication to retirement living,” Stockdale said.
For more information, visit www.kcroyale.com.