Shell Point Retirement Community, a resort-style, nonprofit continuing care retirement community in Fort Myers, hosted a guided tour of newly renovated residences within The Arbor on Jan. 29. Residents of the assisted living landmark located within The Woodlands neighborhood took in the lovely interiors on the first floor of the newly renovated building.
Martin Schappell, Ronette Icso, Justin Schiff, Joe Bedell
Friends and neighbors mingled as they sampled a variety of delicious savory and sweet items from the dining room buffet. Live steel drum music also drifted through the lobby throughout the elegant afternoon as attendees took in the building’s beautiful new interior design.
McKenzie Millis and Janet Bendall
This is The Arbor’s first rejuvenation. Originally opening in 2005, the assisted living building now sports a soft grey background highlighted with crisp white trim, which serves as a backdrop to cool shades of blue, accented with pops of bright coral and teal.
“The Arbor has been completely transformed with a luxurious new look that enhances the building’s stately architecture,” said Martin Schappell, president of Shell Point. “The stunning new interior, inspired by Shell Point’s coastal lifestyle, is both elegant and comfortable, and will be enjoyed by The Arbor residents for years to come.”
Lori Wegman and Meghan Kolund of Wegman Design Group are responsible for The Arbor’s impressive transformation.
Assisted Living at Shell Point
Shell Point provides residents with three great options in assisted living options – The Springs, King’s Crown on The Island, and The Arbor in The Woodlands. The Springs features 92 private assisted living residences. King’s Crown features 120 private assisted living residences with full baths and kitchenettes. The Arbor has 132 assisted living residences with beautifully designed interiors and finishes to accommodate individual furnishings and accessories. Each of these facilities offers assisted living care, which enables residents to manage their personal and physical needs through the availability of many services. Admission is available to both Shell Point residents, as well as outside members of the community.
About Shell Point Retirement Community
Shell Point Retirement Community, founded in 1968, is a nonprofit continuing care retirement community located in Fort Myers, Florida. Shell Point offers independent retirement living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care for its 2,400 residents in an active, resort-style environment. Lifestyle amenities include deep-water boating access, six public restaurants, a championship 18-hole golf course, and many other recreational and educational activities. Learn more at www.shellpoint.org or 1-800-780-1131.