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The Terraces of Boise Celebrates Community Milestone
Excitement Builds for Future Residents Dave and Peggy Currie As Construction of Their New Home Nears
The ceremony is for invited guests and will start at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 10, at the future site of The Terraces of Boise, located at East Warm Springs Avenue and South Council Spring Road. The Curries will be joined by ABHOW Chief Governance Officer Randall Stamper, Mayor David Bieter, members of the community’s advisory board and more than 100 of their future neighbors.
“It’s an exciting time for future residents of The Terraces,” said Campbell Palfrey, Marketing Director for The Terraces. “What we’re bringing to Boise will meet their demands now and in the future so they can continue living an active and engaging lifestyle.”
The $68 million community will be managed by ABHOW, an experienced provider that has been serving seniors since 1949. The community will offer 150 maintenance-
The Terraces will offer a variety of services and amenities, including a fitness center, bistro, library, lifelong learning opportunities, security system and transportation services. In addition, residents will have peace of mind knowing they have priority access to a full continuum of on-site health care services.
“Dave and I will still have all the things we’re used to when we move to The Terraces , but without the stress of everyday housework and cleaning,” said Peggy Currie. “We’re looking forward to being active adults in an adult community.”
For more information about The Terraces of Boise, call (208) 336-5550 or visit www.MyTerraces.com
Editor’s Note: Media are welcome to attend the ceremony. Please contact Randy Eilts at 913-220-6201 if you’re interested in attending the groundbreaking and speaking with Mayor Bieter or Peggy and Dave Currie.
Through a common parent known as Cornerstone Affiliates, The Terraces of Boise is affiliated with ABHOW, an experienced provider that has been serving seniors since 1949. ABHOW seeks to enhance the well-being and security of seniors through the provision of housing, health care and supportive services, and was a pioneer in the development of CCRCs. For more information about ABHOW, visit www.ABHOW.com.