Quail Summit provides Canandaigua, N.Y., with 108 units of senior housing along with facilities for dining, exercise, crafts, and other social activities. The project includes two wings for independent living apartments, as well as a wing for those who require enriched care and another wing for Alzheimer’s care.
The independent living portion of the building consists of one and two bedroom apartments, some with dens, balconies, and two baths. Each has a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, and ample storage. The independent wings can be accessed through the complex’s main entry or through separate, dedicated entrances. These residents may cook for themselves, or have meals in the community area.
The enriched care wing of Quail Summit is similar in design to the independent wings, but includes smaller scale apartments. The residents in the enriched care wing will participate in activities arranged for them outside their apartments, and will utilize the dining facilities provided in the community area of the building.
Residents of the building’s Alzheimer’s wing receive care for the early stages of the disease. These single resident apartments have shared private dining and activity spaces just outside of their rooms. Residents of this wing participate in planned activities with other residents of this wing.
The building has extensive landscaping, which provides outdoor activity space for all residents. Facilities include a putting green, bocce court, tot-lot, and gardens. A parking garage is provided for residents of the independent apartments.