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Watercrest's St. Lucie, FL, property to open this year


Watercrest Senior Living Group says the construction of Watercrest of St. Lucie West Assisted Living and Memory Care reached fifty percent completion and the community is on schedule to welcome residents later this year.


Just nine months since groundbreaking, Walker and Company Construction has made significant progress on the 112,000 square foot luxury senior living community located at 279 NW California Boulevard in Port St. Lucie, Florida


“We are privileged to partner with strong, community-minded businesses like Walker and Company as the Watercrest brand expands across the southeast, exponentially increasing the number of seniors and associates positively impacted by our commitment to servant leadership, common unity and Platinum Standards,” says Marc Vorkapich, Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group.


Watercrest of St. Lucie West is a signature Watercrest product, offering 102 assisted living and 26 memory care apartments with resort-style service, extraordinary care and breathtaking lakeside views. The community boasts an exquisite design with stunning promenade, fireplace, signature water wall, multiple dining options, pool, salon & spa, grand balconies and Florida style outdoor living spaces with picturesque water views.


Residents of Watercrest of St. Lucie West will enjoy pampering in elegant Spa W, savor private label Watercrest wines at the wine bistro, and relish the flavors of locally grown, seasonal ingredients and organic fare whether dining waterfront, bistro-style or in the chef’s private dining room.


Watercrest of St. Lucie West is just minutes from abundant dining, entertainment, and retail options. Recently named the eighth largest city in the state of Florida, Port St. Lucie is home to PGA Village, the NY Mets Spring Training, waterfront downtown district, botanical gardens, as well as a top-rated park system, cultural attractions, recreational facilities, and vast residential options.


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