Meridian to gain new residential community

March 14, 2018 by  

Ground was recently broken by the Brighton Corporation of Boise on a new development in Meridian for people 55 years of age and older.

The Candace Community will cost $70m to build and is located in the Paramount master planned community. The first phase will include the construction of 138 homes, and when the community is completed there will be a total of 208 homes. Brighton says that construction will take about two and a half years.

The Candace Community will also have an activity center that will be 10,000 square feet in area and offer spaces for entertainment, on-demand fitness programs, and an online scheduling system. The homes themselves will be equipped with state-of-the-art technological features such as security systems, lighting controls, and smart thermostats that will be controlled by a voice-controlled hub.

This technology plays an important role in the community, as Brighton sees Cadence as a connected community wherein people will be brought together by the various services and the available technology.

President of Brighton Homes, Lars Hansen, commented that such communities are typically seen in larger metropolitan areas. The size of Cadence affords the company to provide services and amenities that would not otherwise be made possible.

Flyer printing companies can be used to create handouts with more information about such projects and the resulting enhanced living experiences of the residents.