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Volume 4, Issue 3


March 2006

Touchmark planning local active adult community

Beaverton-based Touchmark, a 25-year-old company that builds and operates resort-style retirement communities for people 55-plus, is planning a local development. Touchmark Heights will be located adjacent to Southwest Barnes Road, just west of Miller Road in Washington County.
“Touchmark plans to develop an upscale 55 and greater active adult community that will create a sense of place, a unique and special lifestyle and an environment that blends with and complements the natural setting,” says Development Manager Bruce S. Dalrymple, director and executive vice president of Touchmark.

To preserve the natural setting, Touchmark intends to cluster the homes and create trails and pathways. In addition to the condo-style and single-family homes, the community will offer recreational and fitness amenities. Construction is expected to begin in 2007. A Web site—TouchmarkHeights.com—will be updated as the development progresses.

Touchmark operates 16 communities in eight states and Alberta, Canada. It is known for exacting building standards, outstanding design and workmanship and attention to the smallest details in its developments. Its Bend community—Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Village—was presented the 2005 National Association of Home Builders’ Platinum Award—the highest recognition—for its category [“for-sale condominiums”].



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