Your Chance to Reserve at The Grandview is Coming Soon!

By Gregory J. Alexander
February 15, 2024
Priority List Members of The Grandview, the future Erickson Senior Living community in Bethesda, will have the opportunity to reserve their apartment homes soon.

Construction at The Grandview, an Erickson Senior Living community being built in Bethesda, Md., continues to show great progress--which is excellent news for people on the Priority List, who will now be able reserve their preferred apartment homes this spring--earlier than originally planned.

Having right of first refusal on desired apartment homes is just one perk of the Priority List, which also grants members invitations to informational and social events and updates on community happenings.

"Priority List members also see time-lapse videos that capture the construction progress, which I share via the exclusive monthly newsletter," says Sales Director George Mishraky. "There's a lot going on at The Grandview!

Potomac Heights will be the first high-rise residence building constructed at The Grandview, with a projected move-in date of fall 2025 for residents. The Grandview's second residence building, Woodmont Terrace, will open about a year later.

"But demand for apartment homes in Potomac Heights has been strong," says Mishraky.

If you're looking to secure an apartment home at The Grandview, joining the Priority List--sooner than later--is your best bet.

"Plans can change for people already on the Priority List, which means that you may be eligible to get into the first building if you join now," Mishraky explains.

He continues, "Plus, joining the Priority List is risk-free, since the onetime $1,000 deposit is fully refundable. If it doesn't work out, simply request a refund."

Floor plan preference and more

Since last March, about 75% of Priority List members have indicated the floor plans they're interested in.

"We're continuously trying to hone in on what people want, so this is tremendous," notes Mishraky. "If a member's first choice is no longer available, we are more than happy to help them pivot to another floor plan that still meets their needs."

Many Priority List members have also had the opportunity to weigh in on interior design options.

"We asked members to choose from five different finish packages so we can try to get an idea of what people want," says Mishraky.

"As apartment homes are being finished, we can incorporate their feedback on color schemes and finish packages," he adds.

In addition to previewing floor plans and design choices, Priority List members have also been able to visualize what their high-rise view--from 30 feet, 70 feet, or 135 feet--would look like.

"Thanks to drone footage taken at three different elevations, everyone has gotten a better understanding of what high-rise retirement living will look like," explains Mishraky. "The drone footage helps members get a better idea of which apartment home location they might prefer, too."

The sales team is currently looking at ways to embed the drone footage into touch screens in the community's Sales Center, so visitors can see it as well.

Sales Center guests can also view newly added renderings of The Grandview, as well as peruse flooring samples and kitchen finishes such as cabinet colors and countertops.

Expert advice

The true benefit of a Sales Center visit, though, is meeting with the knowledgeable sales staff.

"We take the time to learn about you and what you're looking for in a retirement lifestyle, so we can help you choose the apartment home that's best for you," says Mishraky. "Plus, we can provide additional support in areas such as selling your house, downsizing, donating unwanted items, and making the move."

To learn more about senior living at The Grandview, request your free brochure to get the scoop on amenities, floor plans, and so much more.