Croasdaile Village

Durham, North Carolina

Having served the Durham community for over 60 years, Croasdaile Village tackled a necessary repositioning initiative to revitalize 147,635 SF of its senior living campus. The renovation and addition were phased over the course of six years. The project includes the construction of 30 craftsman-style cottages and 4 new Six-Plex Park Homes, an expansion and renovation of the current Assisted Living residences, with 16 new Memory Support suites, a new Wellness Center, along with a new physical and occupational therapy center, and several new dining venues. The existing Independent Living Village Commons was completely renovated, including the main lobby, library, lounge, game area, formal dining, private dining, gift shop, and corridors.

As the previous color palette led with neutral brown tones and traditional design influences, SBC’s interiors team introduced a spectrum of colors to energize key spaces, lighten and push the overall aesthetic toward a more transitional style. The impact of the redesigned, amenity-rich community at Croasdaile Village is apparent through notable improvements to residents’ well-being and engagement across all levels of care.


Community Repositioning & Evaluate Current

Market Trends

Improve Resident Health & Wellness
Add Amenities


Providing more gathering and dining venues for residents to socialize

Top of the line wellness center

Multi-purpose amenities

Combining current market trends with a hospitality style

Interior Design
FF&E Planning & Procurement
SFCS Architects
Frank L. Blum
Alise O’Brien

Featured in 2021 EFA Design Showcase

“The renovation and addition are beautiful! We look forward to the new chapter of our lives with joy in our hearts.”
- Laurie S., Current Resident

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