Construction has started on Mustang Creek Estates of Burleson, an assisted living and memory care community located at 1155 N.W. John Jones Drive in Burleson.
The $7 million, 42,000-square-foot community on seven acres of land will create 50 jobs and provide care for 90 residents. The senior living community is scheduled to open next summer.
“We are thrilled to be a part of the Burleson community and can’t wait to become involved in the area traditions that make this town so special,” said Renee Ramsey, co-founder and CEO of Mustang Creek Estates. “Our residents are truly an extension of our own families. We pride ourselves on providing an affordable, friendly environment that makes it very easy for residents to feel comfortable, engaged and immediately at home. Each home in our community is designed to be warm, with all the comforts of home at an affordable price.”
Six large homes make up the community neighborhood, with up to 15 residents in each home sharing activities, meals and memories under the supervision of qualified staff. Three home-cooked meals and snacks are made from scratch daily in each home’s kitchen and are approved by a registered dietician.
Assisted living and memory care residents receive personal assisted care and can participate in daily activities in their home and in other homes throughout the community. This flexible schedule allows residents to continue living as they did in their own homes.
The community features all-inclusive monthly rates and can accommodate other caregiving options as residents’ needs change. An emergency call system, secure backyard, phone, cable, Wi-Fi, life enrichment program, on-site medical assistance and more are included with all levels of care. Home health and hospice visit the community seven days a week.
The community was designed by civil engineer Joseph E. Helmberger of Kimley-Horn, a design consulting firm. The community’s architect is Scott Roberts of Creative Architects in Garland.
Mustang Creek Estates is locally owned with other communities in Keller, Allen and Frisco.