WHERE LUXURY MEETS SENIOR LIVING
Announcing the renaissance of this long standing Houston landmark, our community has undergone a substantial expansion and renovation to become Houston’s Premier senior living community – newly renamed Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor.
Our plan included a 14-story high-rise with magnificent views of the Houston skyline, 84 new apartment residences, 25 spacious assisted living residences, 8 private memory care residences, state-of-the-art wellness and fitness amenities, exciting dining venues and a new 180-seat performance and event center. Our campus has been renovated and refreshed, adding new amenities that provide our residents with an enriching and vibrant retirement lifestyle.
Checkout a new generation of senior living at Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor.
Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor Residents Express Gratitude to Eastwyck Village Residents North Greenbush, NY Retirement Community Helped Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor Residents Recover from Hurricane Harvey HOUSTON (PRWEB)March 20, 2018 Residents of local retirement community, Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor, threw a “gratitude party” for the residents of Eastwyck Village in North Greenbush, NY last week. On March 16, residents of both communities set out refreshments and fired up their iPads to FaceTime with one another. Members of both communities became neighbors with a mere 1500 miles between them. Friendships were forged. Inspired by stories of unprecedented levels of damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, Eastwyck Village sent an unsolicited donation check to Brazos Towers several months ago. Eastwyck Village specifically requested the money be used to purchase something special for the residents of Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor and for a big party. Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor purchased a much-needed paper shredder for the Resident Library, in addition to planning the shared party. Conversation was lively during the event. “We can send you some snow,” laughed one Eastwyck resident. Other residents of the New York-based retirement community simply expressed how happy they were to have been able…