When the last child moves out of the home, whether to attend college or strike out on their own, that big house or condo can feel too quiet or overwhelming. As you enter this new chapter of your life, you want to make sure you choose a place that meets your needs without sacrificing the lifestyle you value.
Low Maintenance Meets High Expectations
If yard work isn’t your thing, you’re not alone. For residents living at tBp, there is no landscaping to be done. The beautiful park setting is taken care of by the grounds crew, ensuring it remains lush and inviting without you having to lift a finger. Now that we’ve talked about the outdoors let’s discuss the indoors.
to someone living in 3,000, the difference can be monumental.
Living in a micro-residential space means less cleaning, less clutter, less money spent on energy bills, and less of a toll on Mother Nature. In this case, less really is more.
Turning A Social Scene Into A Community
Some places are more inviting than others. tBp is designed to create a sense of belonging, turning acquaintances and neighbors into close friends. There are countless places to spark conversation, from coffee shops to the state-of-the-art gym to the rooftop pool.
Being an empty nester means you have some extra time to take advantage of the impressive tBp amenities and extra room for new relationships and experiences.
Entertainment For You And Your Guests
You hated when your kids complained about being bored, so we want to make sure you never use
that word either. From a sunken seating amphitheater for live music and entertainment to pop-up shops and a Farmer’s Market, you’ll never run out of things to do. Your children and grandchildren will enjoy spending time together at the playground and adventure area. tBp is a place where everyone will want to be.
A Chance To Pursue Your Passions
With your kids off doing their own thing, focusing on your wants and needs becomes feasible.
Go ahead and ignite that entrepreneurial spirit. tBp offers micro-office and retail spaces that are the perfect size for pursuing your passion projects.
Based on a recent small business study by Guidant Financial, 60 percent of people who start small businesses are between the ages of 40 and 60.
Whether it’s brewing coffee, selling homemade crafts, or investing in a tech startup, your dream of owning and operating a small business is within reach. Best of all, it will be a leisurely walk from your front door.
When One Door Closes, Another Micro-Door Opens
Becoming an empty nester is a transitional period. It is a chance to reimagine what you want your life to look like and then find a way to make it happen. A move to tBp is the opposite of downsizing. Upgrading or upscaling would be a more accurate description. Our residential spaces may be micro, but the opportunities to make friends, have fun, and discover a sense of fulfillment is huge.