Judges have named The Mather in Tysons, as the recipient of an Award of Merit for the 2022 Gold Nugget Awards, which honors architectural design and planning excellence from around the world.
The Mather, in development at 7929 Westpark Drive, was honored for Best Senior Housing Community, On-the-Boards.
“We’re developing The Mather with today’s consumers in mind, who want flexibility and choice; outdoor spaces to enjoy; and a focus on wellness,” said Mary Leary, President and CEO, Mather.
The Mather is pre-certified LEED Gold and is pursuing WELL Building certification. The Mather also features biophilic design, a human-centric approach that incorporates natural elements into design to prioritize wellness and mental health.
Situated on nearly four acres, The Mather abuts a publicly accessible park, providing residents access to an urban lawn for concerts, walking paths, a dog park, a badminton court and a bocce court. Other amenities include a fitness center, spa, indoor pool, restaurants, outdoor terraces, art studio, rooftop clubroom and more.
The Mather is a Life Plan Community for those 62 and better, with apartment homes ranging in size from 850 to 3,300 square feet; its entrance fees start at $646,700, depending upon apartment size, location, service package, and health plan selected. First move-ins are expected in 2024.
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