Quincy Place Senior Living is a senior living community comprised of 62 assisted living units, 32 memory care units and 60 independent living units, totaling about 165,000 square feet and is located on 18 acres. The community is conveniently located between Lake Michigan and the highly touristed attraction of downtown Holland, Michigan. The Dutch architectural style in Holland is characterized by its simplicity, functionality, and practicality. As a nod to the Dutch architecture, details of stone, gambrel roof lines, clapboard siding and symmetry are seen throughout the exterior. pH7 Architects strategically designed this building to fit within its natural landscape while creating pockets of opportunities for a variety of exterior amenities, including lushly landscaped private courtyards, winding walking paths, fireside lounges, heated covered porches and a dog park for residents. Quincy Place offers a unique home for its residents, filled with activity balanced with quiet space, beautiful antiques, artwork and a place where history comes alive, cultivating community.
Quincy’s clubroom is the central hub of the building, located at the building axis connecting assisted living and independent living. Residents can congregate for small intimate socializing or larger gatherings. Cozy seating arrangements nestled in front of the fireplace anchored with bountiful exterior windows, this expansive space synthesizes comfort and energy.
The main lobby of the building welcomes residents and guests with Dutch inspired wall tile, custom millwork, ambient lighting, one-of-a-kind antique local Dutch furniture and a display of original Dutch clogs are featured in the vestibule.
The Independent Club Living Room serves as an amenity space for independent living residents.
The Memory Care Lounge is a living space for memory care residents that features a lifestyle station for gardening.
The Chapel offers an open concept space that allows for gatherings for a variety of different faiths. The focal point of the space is the vintage stained glass with a colorful geometric pattern. The artist’s work reflects energetic yet calming colors that are found in water, grass, sun and fire.
The activity room is designed for movie viewing, playing games and hosting community events.
Continuing with the Dutch style of rich dark wood tones, saturated colors and parquet-style flooring, this bistro provides residents a place to socialize during happy hour or play a game of pool. The Bistro offers multiple seating options, television viewing and custom artwork, featuring local Holland handcrafted Dutch plates.
Blue tones and intricate pattern wallcovering are carried throughout the Salon as a nod to the Dutch style.
A vibrant and energetic fitness center provides seniors a place to focus on wellness and health.
A gaming corner provides assisted living residents a place to play a variety of board games, card games or watch baseball.
Quincy Place Senior Living is a community comprised of 62 assisted living units, 32 memory care units and 60 independent living units, totaling about 165,000 square feet and is located on 18 acres. The Assisted Living Studio offers a fully functional kitchenette with a small dining table and a spacious bedroom with abundant natural light. The Memory Care Studio provides a spacious living space with natural light flooding into the windows. The living space is directly connected to private bathroom. The Independent Living unit includes a spacious private primary bedroom with filled with natural light, as well as an open concept kitchen with a small dining and living room.
The dining area boasts tall ceilings, anchored with wood beams and a stone fireplace. This space is directly connected to the Clubroom to offer an ease of flow from social gathering areas to dining. In addition to an elegant sit-down meal, the serving counter also offers quick grab-n-go snacks for residents. A large eight seat table offers a more casual experience for meals with family or friends. Memory Care dining is situated in a large open space and is dedicated to memory care residents. Private dining offers flexible spaces for company conferences or private dining for residents.