Sun rooms, cafe, dog park: What's planned for upcoming Pflugerville assisted-living site

Site features include sun rooms, libraries, a beauty salon, a multimedia screening room, a bistro and a cafe. (Courtesy Investcor Development)
Site features include sun rooms, libraries, a beauty salon, a multimedia screening room, a bistro and a cafe. (Courtesy Investcor Development)

Site features include sun rooms, libraries, a beauty salon, a multimedia screening room, a bistro and a cafe. (Courtesy Investcor Development)

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Outdoor amenities highlighted include three courtyards, a golf putting green, a dog park and an outdoor kitchen. (Rendering courtesy Investcor Development)
An 11-acre, 90-unit assisted-living community is expected to break ground in early 2021 along Pfluger Farm Lane and south of Town Center Drive, according to an Oct. 21 news release. Austin-based Investcor Development is overseeing the 73,000 square-foot community, temporarily referred to as Pflugerville Farms Senior Living.

The assisted-living and memory care facility will include 66 studio and one- and two-bedroom units, as well as 24 memory care units overseen by a 24-hour staff, per the release. The project is finalizing its design phase and has an anticipated construction completion date of summer 2022.


Site features include sun rooms, libraries, a beauty salon, a multimedia screening room, a bistro and a cafe, according to the release. Outdoor amenities highlighted include three courtyards, a golf putting green, a dog park and an outdoor kitchen, per the release.

“Pflugerville will benefit from a fresh new community for their growing senior population,” Investcor partner Tylere Brennan said in an email. “We offer an extensive list of activities throughout the day to help stimulate physical and mental health which we find helps extend the lives of the ones we love and care for.”


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