Dallas-based developer The LaSalle Group, Inc. is breaking ground on its third specialized Alzheimer’s and Memory Care Assisted Living Community in the Houston area, Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood, in Spring, Texas.
Company leadership, principal investors and other key partners will gather to see the newest addition to the Autumn Leaves family at official ground breaking ceremonies Tuesday, July 20 beginning at 11:00 a.m. Ceremonies will take place at the Cypresswood site located at 6327 Cypresswood Drive. Local media and Spring area officials are invited to attend as well.
Research of the Houston area has continued to show a demand for dedicated Alzheimer’s beds that exceeds the current supply.
“We will continue to develop in the Houston market,” says Mitchell Warren, President of The LaSalle Group. “Our partners and investors recognize the pent-up need for our dedicated services that cater to this specific population and based on our in-depth market research results, we are committed to continuing our growth pattern in this market.”
Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood will be the 15th property developed by LaSalle over the past ten years. Currently, The LaSalle Group has nine Autumn Leaves communities operating successfully in the Dallas/Fort Worth market and three in the greater Chicago area.
The first Houston property to open, Autumn Leaves of The Woodlands, is set to accept their first residents in August; construction on the second Houston property, Autumn Leaves of Riverstone, is underway in Missouri City and scheduled to be completed in early Spring 2011. The company plans to continue their current expansion into the Houston market opening additional new communities in the area over the next three years.
Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood is scheduled to be completed and accepting residents by late Spring 2011. The property will feature 38 units and accommodate approximately 46 residents.
For more information on this or other LaSalle Group projects, contact the home office at (214) 239-8400 or visit www.LaSalleGroup.com.