A new senior community opens in Bellevue

Crossroads Senior Living offers 185 one- and two-bedroom apartment homes

A new community designed for active older adults has opened in Bellevue with the launch of Crossroads Senior Living, operated by Sustainable Housing for Ageless Generations (SHAG).

Located next to the Crossroads Shopping Center, the facility aims to provide the newest generation of retirees a vibrant independent lifestyle while linking them to opportunities in the greater area. The Crossroads Senior Living’s grand opening celebration is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 15 and 16, at 1390 158th Place NE in Bellevue.

Crossroads Senior Living offers 185 one- and two-bedroom apartment homes with full kitchens, spacious bathrooms, Northwest finishes and a contemporary style appealing to the new generation of retirees. Common areas have an open-concept layout with windows for natural light. The six-floor structure offers garage parking reserved for residents and has a commercial space.

Amenities include a fitness center with Precor and Nustep machines, free weights and yoga props. A business hub has computer stations and laptop lounge. The facility also features a game room, a media lounge, and a community room with a kitchen, TV and Wi-Fi. An exterior courtyard with P-Patch planters provides gardening opportunities. The community is pet-friendly and has its own dog park.

“We are excited about bringing Bellevue more apartment home options for active adults age 61 or better,” said SHAG executive director and CEO Jay Woolford. “We have chosen the community’s location so residents can easily participate in life in the greater area. Staying connected to people of all ages and continuing to pursue longtime interests as well as new ones are central to healthy aging.”

A number of shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation venues are within walking distance and a par-three golf course is located behind the community. Crossroads Senior Living has a van for resident activities and an electric car-share program. The community is located on three bus routes.

The two-day grand opening will include tours of Crossroads Senior Living, entertainment and refreshments. For more information, call 206-466-6547.

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