Residential Architect Harrison Design Expands Into Senior Living Community Development
ATLANTA–Harrison Design has been retained by Solomon Development Services, LLC to design and oversee the completion of a number of Holbrook-branded active living communities in the southeastern U.S. The national architecture and design firm is currently involved in eight developments, with services ranging from master planning, program and architectural development to landscape architecture, interior architecture and design, and construction observation.
These projects represent Harrison Design’s expansion into the sector. The firm draws from its 25 years of experience in upscale residential design to bring high quality design and craftsmanship to these new developments.
The communities will offer memory care and assisted living areas with a focus on active living apartments via common buildings, freestanding cottages and neighborhoods. Each development will feature a wide range of luxury amenities, including landscaped common outdoor activity and entertainment areas, theaters, wine cellars, restaurants, health, wellness and fitness rooms and swimming pools and spas, among others.
“We chose Harrison Design for its market leadership in high-end residential design, the quality of work and knowledge of superior finishings and amenities,” said Al Holbrook, chairman of Solomon Development Services. “They understand the mindset of an affluent clientele and share our commitment to providing exceptional living environments with life-changing elements.”
“Senior living communities are an expanded sector for us, but we’ve found our years of know-how and experience in time-honored architecture make us ideally suited,” said William H. Harrison, founder of Harrison Design. “Each project presents its own set of programming and technical requirements, but ultimately it’s about what we do best—creating a home that will be cherished.”
One of the first properties designed by Harrison Design in Woodstock, Georgia, is scheduled to break ground fourth quarter of 2018 and be completed in first quarter of 2021.