Welcoming a new WSB sponsor: Pet-friendly Bridge Park

One of our newest sponsors is throwing a party this weekend, and as we welcome them to WSB sponsorship, they’re welcoming you to a party: Sunday marks the grand-opening celebration for Bridge Park, the new retirement community offering “gracious retirement living” in High Point, at 3204 SW Morgan (map). Here’s what Bridge Park‘s management wants you to know: Bridge Park is a new 156-unit independent living retirement community managed by Holiday Retirement of Salem, OR, the nation’s leading provider of independent senior housing. “We are very excited about providing outstanding senior housing in West Seattle’s newly redeveloped High Point community,” says Ray Harris; he and wife Kathy make up one of two on-site management teams. “Bridge Park will be a major part of the senior community by providing a vast array of social events and activities for all seniors to enjoy.” One of Bridge Park‘s special features is that it’s pet-friendly — pets are very much welcome, and NO deposits are required for residents who have pets. We talked on video with one of Bridge Park‘s first residents, Claudia Enlow, who has two dogs and a cat:

Bridge Park says its other community amenities — besides pet-friendliness — include live-in management teams, three meals chef-prepared for scratch daily, weekly housecleaning and linen service, scheduled local transportation and diverse activities, special events, and volunteer opportunities. One more note: Suites are available on a month-to-month rental basis, with no long-term leases involved. You can get an up-close look during the grand-opening event on Sunday — guided tours will be offered, along with door-prize drawings, refreshments, and live entertainment; festivities are scheduled to run from 11 am to 5 pm Sunday, with the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1:30 pm. Bridge Park‘s phone number is 206/938-6394. You can see the full lineup of current WSB sponsors here, along with information on how to join them!

5 Replies to "Welcoming a new WSB sponsor: Pet-friendly Bridge Park "

  • island dweller September 10, 2008 (10:10 am)

    Is that carpet pink? :-(

  • GenHillOne September 10, 2008 (10:19 am)

    Is it weird that I’ve always been a little jealous of these communities? Meals prepared, house cleaned, linens washed, transportation… sounds good to me!

  • JanS September 10, 2008 (10:30 am)

    lol..ID…that’s salmon colored, not pink – lol…now, doesn’t that sound better? ;-)

  • island dweller September 10, 2008 (10:46 am)

    MUCH better, almost appetizing (thought I’d tie it into GenHillOne’s comments about prepared meals)

  • WSB September 10, 2008 (10:57 am)

    Bridge Park had a cute booth at West Seattle Summer Fest a couple months ago themed something like “cruise ship lifestyle.” That’s the appeal of cruise vacations … somebody else does everything. I would say that by the time most hard-working folks reach retirement age, they’ve certainly earned the right to have somebody else do everything! :)

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