Exterior of Belle Harbour
Photo Courtesy Belle Harbour

Koelsch Communities has announced the opening of its Belle Harbour campus in Bellevue. The $100 million development includes two communities: The Park at Belle Harbour, an assisted living facility, and The Inn at Belle Harbour, a dedicated memory care facility. The campus aims to provide personalized living experiences with 24-hour nursing care to support aging residents with dignity.

The grand opening event for Belle Harbour is today (June 26), inviting residents, team members, and the Bellevue community to tour the facility, according to the press release. The development features a total of 145 suites across both buildings.

The assisted living community includes 73 apartment suites, including private studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom options. The memory care features offers 72 suites, featuring private rooms, shared accommodations, and neighborhood-style settings.

“Belle Harbour is a very special property and serves as an expansion of our portfolio in multiple ways, primarily the introduction of a boutique, neighborhood-style concept that connects two standalone multi-story communities by a skybridge,” said Aaron Koelsch, President and CEO, Koelsch Communities. “This approach allows us to care for resident needs over time and enables them to remain in a familiar setting as they age. We approached this design opportunity head-on, ultimately constructing an exquisite campus that offers residents a one-of-a-kind place to live, grow and connect with one another.”

Both The Park and The Inn at Belle Harbour offer amenities like 24/7 nursing care, multiple dining locations, safety systems, and more. The assisted living suites feature fireplaces, full kitchens, private balconies, walk-in closets, and in-suite laundry facilities.

Belle Harbour is designed to cater to residents with diverse levels of care needs, facilitating aging in place through smooth transitions between its assisted living and memory care communities. A licensed nurse is available on-site at all times, enhancing health and safety measures.

Principal Designer Judy Koelsch of JSK Design curated Belle Harbour’s interior with a regional nautical theme, featuring artwork and memorabilia reflective of the area. The community showcases a 1950s-era MG MGA 1500 Roadster, a Ford Thunderbird convertible, and locally-sourced sports memorabilia.

Koelsch Construction and Shearer Construction were the general contractors for the $100 million development. The address is 2168 116th Avenue Northeast.

For more information about The Park and The Inn at Belle Harbour, visit http://parkbelleharbour.com.

Dining Belle Harbour
Dining Belle Harbour, Photo Courtesy Belle Harbour
Belle Harbour Entertainment Area
Entertainment Area, Photo Courtesy Belle Harbour

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