HOUSTON/ MAY 01, 2019 (STL.News)
Tradition Senior Living, LP, a high-end senior living owner, developer and operator, announced the opening of The Tradition-Woodway Information Center at 6336 Woodway Drive, Houston, Texas 77057. With an exceptional location in the heart of Houston’s Tanglewood and Memorial areas and next to Second Baptist Church, Tradition Senior Living’s second community in Houston, The Tradition Woodway, will house 314 residences.
“We are very excited for our potential residents and their families to have a place to come and find out more about our latest addition to The Tradition communities,” said Jonathan Perlman, Sr., President and CEO of Tradition Senior Living, LP. “Our Houston friends have made us feel very welcome, and we look forward to providing the city with a second superior senior living community.”
A 23-story, high-rise rental community with no buy-in fee, The Tradition-Woodway will offer a continuum of care, including 222 Independent Living residences and 92 Assisted Living/Memory Care residences. This will be the fourth campus developed by the Texas-based senior living company, which was founded by Jonathan Perlman, Sr. The Tradition-Woodway will continue to provide the high standards of elegant living, comfort, safety and care for which The Tradition has become known since the opening of the flagship community eight years ago.
“Our recent opening events celebrating the new Information Center were very well received, indicating early enthusiasm for this community,” said Perlman. The Tradition-Woodway will boast resort-style living with ultra-inclusive services and amenities: 24-hour concierge; valet parking; beautiful, light-filled residences and common areas, including lounges and card rooms; a movie theater and an indoor golf simulator; a secure parking garage with controlled access; some of the area’s largest one- and two-bedroom apartment homes; a penthouse floor with larger apartments; restaurant-style dining in multiple venues with extensive menus; exceptional daily activities and wellness programs; lush landscaping, a dog park and a putting green; and transportation.
Comprehensive fitness areas will include an indoor pool, a weight room, a Pilates room, and a group-exercise room for classes taught by in-house fitness instructors. A Physical Therapy Center will have an underwater treadmill.
The safety and well-being of the residents are always top-of-mind at The Tradition, and state-of-the-art security measures, including access control and security cameras, will be established throughout the community. The Tradition-Woodway will have natural gas generators that will provide an electrical backup system for the entire community.
The Tradition-Woodway’s spacious common areas will retain the classic, elegant themes previously established by Tradition Senior Living – beautiful, English antiques in airy, livable rooms. The upscale high-rise will provide extraordinary views of the city.
According to Perlman, The Tradition-Woodway is situated directly across Ripple Creek to the east of Second Baptist Church and less than a half-mile west of the entry to Houston Country Club. The location provides convenient access to excellent shopping, restaurants, churches, and some of the finest medical facilities in Texas.
Tradition Management, LLC will manage The Tradition-Woodway. The community is scheduled to open in April 2020.
For more information about The Tradition-Woodway, call 713-423-6066 or see Tradition Senior Living’s website.
Tradition Senior Living, LP
Tradition Senior Living is a Texas limited partnership engaged solely in the development, construction and management of a growing number of Tradition Senior Living developments. Management is administered in-house by Tradition Management, LLC with personnel who have corporate-level experience in the senior living industry.
Founder and CEO Jonathan Perlman, Sr., has worked in the senior living industry for the past 22 years and has experience in all phases of the business. Prior to founding Tradition Senior Living, LP, Perlman was involved in the development, finance, construction, marketing and management of nine senior housing projects totaling more than 1,800 units.
Tradition Senior Living’s Dallas communities comprise a total of 639 units across two campuses. The first community, The Tradition-Prestonwood, opened in 2010; the second, The Tradition-Lovers Lane, opened in 2014. The third (and the first in Houston) is The Tradition-Buffalo Speedway, which is opening soon and will house 316 residences. The fourth, The Tradition-Woodway, is under construction and will open April 2020 with 314 residences.