On November 10th our team celebrated the Ribbon Cutting ceremony and Grand Opening of Quartet: A Senior Living Village. Guests enjoyed appetizers, entertainment, chances to win prizes and VIP tours. This new 120-unit Carefree Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care community was developed by Des Moines, Iowa based Nelson Construction & Development and designed by Rosemann to bring approximately 120,819 SF of inspiring spaces and refreshing architecture to residents in the heart of South Bettendorf, Iowa.
Rosemann’s design reflects a refreshing approach to senior living with uncompromising quality and comfort, sophisticated accommodations, and a mix of spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans ranging from approximately 328 to 960 SF suited to accommodate each resident’s lifestyle. Interiors highlight well-appointed, select full-size kitchens with Silestone quartz counters, glass mosaic subway backsplash, porcelain-tiled floors, decorative fixtures, luxury vinyl plank flooring and stainless-steel appliances.
Lifestyle amenities bring many opportunities for socializing and activities including happy hour in the Tempo Bistro or favorite chef-prepared meals in the Symphony dining room. Residents love spending time at the Harmony Wellness Center, Quartet Theater, Aria Salon, and Opus Art Studio. Internal courtyards and outdoor dining and patios with lush landscaping and natural terrain, circular walkways, and visual cueing give opportunities for daily exercise and enjoying all that Quartet has to offer.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the opening of this unique senior licensed care development. It truly is an asset to the South Bettendorf community, and we are grateful for the collaborative effort by the entire project team,” said Rosemann’s Kansas City Studio Director Gabe Vogl.
Joining Rosemann’s design team was the project’s developer and construction company, Nelson Construction & Development; operator, Ecumen; structural engineer, Rosemann & Associates, P.C.; civil engineer, Axiom Consultants; landscape architect, Genus Landscape Architects; electrical & plumbing, Advanced Engineering Systems; mechanical, KCL Engineering; kitchen & low voltage designer, Direct Supply Aptura and interior designer, Thoma-Holec Design.