Geenen DeKock Properties purchased a prime corner location in downtown Holland.

The vision for the property was to redevelop it as mixed-use building for the 55+ Senior community.

The focus of the design, a corner turret, was a prominent feature on the Brouwer Building which had once occupied the site. Exterior materials reference the previous buildings, but the styling is completely modern. The terrace level at the top of the building sits back from the building perimeter, seemingly reducing the height of the building and providing a bird’s eye view for residents to experience vibrant city life.

Inside, the building houses street level retail spaces, 21 residential apartment homes and community spaces for the residents. The one- and two-bedroom homes feature floor-to-ceiling windows, modern European styling and many other features to allow residents to age-in-place.