Gulf Coast Village, the premier Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Cape Coral, has completed renovations on its auditorium.
The updates to the 2,500-square-foot auditorium include new carpet, furniture, curtains and wallpaper; updated lighting and chandeliers; a fresh coat of paint and new wallpaper; new sound boards, and more. Renovations were completed in December.
As a senior living community that caters to the various needs and interests of its residents, Gulf Coast Village utilizes its auditorium for its daily robust community activities, which are planned and led by the community’s lifestyle team. Common activities include church services, holiday events, concerts, happy hour, educational programs and movie screenings. Additionally, the space is used by community and civic groups including the Rotary Club of Cape Coral Goldcoast, the Jewish Federation Lunch Bunch, and the annual Cape Coral Chamber Leadership Day. The auditorium is available for use to outside organizations with provided in-house catering services.
“As the location of so many of our activities as well as outside organizations, having an updated and visually appealing space for our residents is reflective of the quality of our community and our lifestyle programs,” said Greg Anderson, executive director of Gulf Coast Village. “With an all-new space, Life Enrichment can continue to host engaging, high-quality events for our independent living residents and encourage socialization among them.”
The renovated auditorium holds eight tables, seats nearly 100 residents and features a carpeted stage and optional dance floor for event speakers and performers. Located near the community’s dining room, the auditorium is a prime location for resident socialization.
To learn more about Gulf Coast Village, please visit GulfCoastVillage.org or call 239-772-1333.