Senior living community planned for The Domain


A new senior living community is on its way to The Domain.

California-based Senior Resource Group said this week that its latest project, Maravilla at The Domain, is expected to open in June 2019. It will be located at 11001 Austin Lane.

Open to residents ages 62 and older, Maravilla at The Domain will have 230 residences – 142 devoted to independent living, 54 for assisted living and 34 memory care residences – spread across three mid-rise towers.

Amenities will include an on-site rehabilitation center, a swimming pool, courtyards and underground parking.

“Maravilla is located in one of Austin’s most dynamic locations, offering the connectivity that is essential for an active senior lifestyle,” Senior Resource Group president and CEO Michael Grust said in a written statement. “Maravilla will be a next-generation senior living community that will marry the attributes of home, hospitality, inspiring wellness programming and the ability to stay connected and engaged within the community and surrounding neighborhood.”

Maravilla at The Domain will be Senior Resource Group’s 33rd property and its first in Texas. Get more details at maravillaaustin.com.



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