Garland: KWA Construction Completes 154-Unit Senior Living Community
Feature Photo (above): The pool deck amenity at Firewheel Town Village. Courtesy: KWA Construction.
Garland (Dallas County) — KWA Construction, a general contractor specializing in multi-family developments, announced Tuesday the completion of construction on Firewheel Town Village , a senior living community near Garland’s sprawling Firewheel Golf Course.
Firewheel Town Village is a 154-unit, 171,572 square foot upscale complex located at 5151 N. President George Bush Highway.
KWA Construction was selected by Seneca Investments to build the luxury senior living project catering to Texas seniors seeking top-tier amenities.
“Through KWA’s previous experience building senior living developments across DFW, we are seeing that today’s seniors are selling their homes and are seeking lavish, amenity-rich communities. With its state-of-the-art fitness center, salon, salt water pool and other high-end amenities, Seneca Investments’ Firewheel Senior Living Residences will draw in seniors from the Garland community,” said Brian Webster, president of KWA Construction.
The four-story complex offers stainless steel appliances, modern LED lighting, wood cabinets, granite counters and brushed nickel or chrome fixtures in its one- or two-bedroom apartments.
Entrance to Firewheel Town Village. Courtesy: KWA Construction.
Residents of the 55-plus active adult community also have access to an oversized ballroom with a kitchen, buffet station and private dining area, as well as comfort lounges and various seating areas throughout the building.
Outdoor amenities include a resort pool, two courtyards, multiple grilling stations and a spacious dog park with a fountain.
KWA is a strategic partner with Seneca and the two companies have collaborated on other projects in North Texas. KWA is based in the Dallas suburb of Addison.
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