Mustang Creek Estates finishes final senior living home

Mustang Creek Estates has finished its sixth and final home in its assisted living and memory care community in west Frisco.

The $7 million senior living concept features six houses where up to 16 residents live in each house.

Mustang Creek Estates opened its first house in May 2014 and has continued opening each house to residents as they were completed.

To celebrate the community’s completion, Mustang Creek Estates is holding a housewarming and ribbon cutting celebration from 3-6 p.m. May 12 at 1200 W. Main St. The event includes food and drinks as well as door prizes. The public is invited and is asked to RSVP by calling 214-649-5445 or emailing [email protected].

“This approach is like nothing else in Frisco, and we have seen the positive impact of this personalized style of care here already,” said Felecia Wells, executive director of Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco. “We’re looking forward to continuing to enhance the lives of seniors and their families in Frisco.”

The community features all-inclusive monthly rates with two levels of assisted living offered as well as memory care. Facilities include an emergency call system and on-site medical assistance. Home health and hospice visits the community daily.

Although the Frisco community is new, Mustang Creek Estates has been in business for 10 years in Allen and Keller, with plans to expand in North Texas.

Mustang Creek Estates has created 60 jobs to care for the 90 residents in Frisco.


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