Southminster Terraces in Charlotte, NC, has been recognized for design excellence in the repositioning/renovation category of Senior Housing News’ annual design and architecture awards.
To honor and evolve Southminster’s commitment to building a culture that embraces, connects, and integrates all people in the community, the design team, led by Perkins Eastman, guided a diverse group of stakeholders through a community self-assessment and planning process for growth and campus renewal. At the core of this renewal plan, the new Terraces development serves as a catalyst for a vision of growth and market competitiveness, which also provides a dependable revenue stream that offers financial resources to move forward with other projects.
Fueled by this spirit of connectivity and wellness, the design team strategically positioned the 200,000 sf Embrace Health center between two formerly isolated parts of campus, physically linking them together. It is a substantial contribution to Southminster’s mission of integrating resident culture across all levels of care with independent and assisted living, skilled care, and hospice care now physically joined within a network of commons spaces, support services, and outdoor spaces.
Check out the full list of winners below:
Winners Announced for the 2021 Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Awards