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Health Care The Ridglea senior living community planned for Fort Worth

The Ridglea senior living community planned for Fort Worth

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The Ridglea promises Fort Worth a new assisted living and memory care community when the property opens in fall 2016.

The 75-unit development will be operated by Fort Worth residents Lou and Malcolm Street and Misti and Wayne Powell. The Streets and Powells owned the Courtyard at River Park for 27 years prior to selling the property in 2013.

Their newest property is planned to stand along Westridge Avenue just south of Ridglea Country Club. The Ridglea will feature 75 units in its first phase, with a second phase of independent living cottages to follow. Features will include outdoor walking paths, a dog park, wellness center, beauty salon and multimedia room, with a second phase promising independent living cottages.

More information is available at www.the-ridglea.com

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