We are excited to share the latest updates and happenings on campus. Check back frequently for an insider’s view of our campus transformation as we move towards our vision of the future for senior living at White Horse Village.
Clubhouse renovations were completed in June with the installation of new furniture throughout the common areas. The new pieces offer a modern design with added functionality.
New flooring and carpeting were installed throughout the Clubhouse walkways.
Exterior renovations began on the 116 Villa homes, which include new siding and stonework. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Renovations were completed to signage at the entrance on Gradyville Road, featuring stone pillars, new lighting, and new landscaping.
Renovations to the exteriors of the Garden Cottage homes which began in March were completed.
Clubhouse renovations started with improvements to the entrance, lobby, and interior spaces featuring new paint, flooring, furniture, and fixtures. The bathrooms have been completely remodeled. New flooring and artwork will be installed in March 2023.
Renovations to the exteriors of the Garden Cottage homes began featuring new stone chimneys, new siding, and new windows. The Villas will receive similar facelifts in Spring 2023.
The architectural planning process kicked off for the new Memorial Garden that will offer a place of reflection featuring continuous walking paths and covered outdoor seating.
On January 13, 2021, the WHV Board approved the Master Plan.
The Board’s Strategic Long Range Planning and Finance committees and a resident master planning task force reviewed concepts and fine-tuned details. The management team reviewed draft concepts and provided feedback. In addition, financial and operational analyses were conducted.
The Strategic Long Range Planning Objectives were completed and approved by the Board of Directors, and an architect was hired to begin the development of the Master Plan.
The Master Plan development process began with focus groups to identify the future needs of WHV. Obtaining input has been an intentionally inclusive process to gather various viewpoints from all groups, including residents, team members, board members, and families.