PHOENIX, AZ – The Beatitudes Campus recently completed construction of its newest addition – a neighborhood of 34 patio homes. The new residences are on the Myrtle Avenue side of the 27 acre community and are part of a larger master plan to improve and expand the Beatitudes campus. A coordinated effort ensured that residents could move in easily and safely.
"The Beatitudes campus was great. A personal relocation manager helped with all the details including downsizing, packing and unpacking," said Debbie Gilman, who moved into a patio home with husband Mike. "Beatitudes campus staff helped us set up our televisions, connect to the internet, hang pictures and rearrange furniture."
Albert Chung, who recently moved in with his wife, Cathy, agreed: "Despite the pandemic, everything went smoothly and as planned. They kept the main street clear and only allowed two families to move into the neighborhood at a time."
"Our new Patio Homes are the latest milestone in our ongoing plan to improve our community and offer even more choices," said Rod Bailey, senior vice president of sales and marketing. "We are committed to building for the future and serving older adults, their families and the local community."
The single-story attached patio homes offer a contemporary mid-century design with refined features and finishes, a fully equipped kitchen, garage, and front and rear patios. They come with a lifestyle package that includes full access to the services, programs and amenities of the Beatitudes Campus.