Moderately priced, pet-friendly community offering first-class services, quality amenities, all-day restaurant dining, and innovative advanced technology to promote an active lifestyle
June 12, 2019, Joplin, MO — The Wildwood Senior Living, a new senior residential community in Joplin for independent living, assisted living and memory care, announced its grand opening at a ribbon cutting, Wednesday, June 12, 2019. Located on 19 acres at 3002 South John Duffy Drive, the 130,500-sq.-ft. community was developed by O’Reilly Development Company, LLC and is being professionally managed by Arrow Senior Living.
Nestled among the scenic rolling hills of Jasper County in the community of Wildwood Ranch, The Wildwood Senior Living is a moderately priced and pet-friendly community for adults 55 years of age and older, offering first-class services, a wide range of quality amenities and engaging events and entertainment to promote social, physical and mental well-being. The Wildwood is an integral part of Wildwood Ranch, a 2,064- acre multi-phase, master-plan community that features a diverse offering of commercial and industrial businesses, multi-family and single-family homes, and neighborhood activity centers.
“We’re thrilled to be a part of the Wildwood Ranch community. The Wildwood Senior Living is ideally suited for Joplin’s ongoing growth with a variety of living options, amenities, conveniences and technology designed to meet the needs of today’s seniors and tomorrow’s baby boomers,” said Denise Heintz, development partner and director of operations and development for O’Reilly Development Company.
With 143 apartments, The Wildwood Senior Living in Joplin offers residents a wide selection of spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. All apartments include “smart design” age-friendly features such as walk-in showers with grab bars, wide doorways and well-lit kitchenettes with easy-pull cabinet handles.
“The Wildwood is not just a great place for seniors to live and age in place, it is designed to offer high-paying jobs to local employees. We currently have 50 employees and we’re still hiring,” added Heintz.