New Dining Rooms for the Pavilion Residents!
Blum Construction Company is renovating the first and second floor dining rooms in the Pavilion Health Center. We designed these new dining areas to be more inviting to health care residents. The spaces will include many windows, so that the rooms will feel open and spacious. Features such as dining counters, ice cream centers, pastry cases, and aquariums provide a home-like touch with bistro flair. Comfortable chairs and tables will create an environment where residents and their family members will want to linger longer and socialize, rather than spending time alone in their rooms. The project should be completed by autumn.
The Marketing Office is moving!
Our Marketing Office, which has been in the same location for 16 years, is going to move across the hall. Construction began on February 8 on a new, much larger Marketing suite. The new space will include a reception area, two offices, a work-room, and a Selections/Conference Room. We hope to be in our new space by May 1, and once we have moved into our new space, Croasdaile Village administration will occupy our current offices.
A New Croasdaile Village Logo, Brand and Website!
You've certainly had the chance to see our new Croasdaile Village logo and our brand refresh as part of this new website! New photography, videography, aerial photography, and resident interviews have all contributed to the development of this new website project, which was a collaborative effort by Frogman Interactive, our new website developers, many residents, UMRH, and the Croasdaile Village leadership team. Keep your eyes peeled for a new look to all printed materials, promotional items, and advertisements too. This is a work in progress, and has been in the development and design phase for the past several months, under the direction of GlynnDevins Senior Living Marketing Solutions. The United Methodist Retirement Home Leadership, Croasdaile Administrative Team, Marketing Team, and the community management have all had input into this project.