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The Mather brings luxury living and biophilic design to Tysons

With Tysons booming, one award-winning senior living provider, Mather, announces that vertical construction has begun on The Mather, a luxury Life Plan Community (for those age 62+) in development at 7929 Westpark Drive, with first move-ins expected in 2024.

“Tysons offers so many opportunities, and future residents love the ‘hipsturbia’ vibe that provides an urban location that’s walkable to the Metro, retail, entertainment, outdoor spaces, and fantastic restaurants,” said Mather CEO and President, Mary Leary.

The Mather, which is pre-certified LEED Gold, is pursuing a WELL Building certification, and will feature Biophilic design, a human-centric approach focusing on incorporating natural elements into design to prioritize wellness and mental health.

Situated on nearly four acres, The Mather abuts a publicly accessible park, offering residents opportunities to enjoy outdoor concerts, walking paths, dog park, badminton court and bocce court. Onsite, The Mather’s amenities include a fitness center, spa, indoor pool, multiple restaurants, outdoor terraces, art studio, rooftop clubroom and more.

As a Life Plan Community, it offers a continuum of living options which enables people to plan ahead to access additional services, including health care, if ever needed. Homes range in size from 850 to 3,300 square feet, with entrance fees starting at $646,700. Prices are dependent upon apartment size, location, service package, and health plan selected. The homes feature open floor plans, expansive views, luxury finishes and innovative smart home technology.

See photos, floor plans, and more, at TheMatherTysons.com. To speak with a team member, call (703) 348-8522 or email [email protected].

The preceding sponsored post was also published on FFXnow.com

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