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Construction crane increases to final height at Rockwood Retirement Communities South Hill

— The Tower Crane reaches skyward from The Summit construction site at Rockwood South Hill and can be seen from most directions around Spokane. On Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17, 2015, Walker Construction increased the crane height from 130 feet to 194 feet. The Crane was originally installed on site in July of 2014. During the recent 'jacking of the crane', a large hydraulic climbing section surrounded the crane. This device raised the crane 16 feet, and the crane itself then moved a 15 foot section into place and the climbing section lowered the crane 1 foot onto the new section. A total of 4 sections were installed to raise the crane to its final construction height.

History of The Summit Tower: On Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Rockwood South Hill broke ground on The Summit. Currently, 5 floors of the 11 story tower have been formed and the project is on schedule for opening in spring of 2016. The Summit at Rockwood South Hill entails a new 11-story, 165,000 (excluding parking) square foot building, with 65 new luxury apartments and common areas. Most apartments will range in size from 900 to 1,970 square feet with the exception of the top two 'Penthouse Level' floors, which will range in size from 1,050 to 2,210 square feet. All homes will be fully appointed with kitchens, washer and dryers, individual heating/cooling systems, internet and emergency call access. The Summit is currently 80% presold.

The Ridge, the seven story building previously known as The Manor, will receive renovation of common areas on the first floor and will connect to The Summit, improving access for the entire South Hill Campus to the services and amenities to be offered in both buildings. These services and amenities include a 3,400 square foot ballroom/multipurpose room to accommodate large gatherings; a theater/educational center; art studio; a library; over 9,000 square feet of dining and entertainment venues, including, 11th floor Sky View lounge, formal dining room, outdoor patio, sports bar, espresso bar/cafe and bistro with display kitchen; a 3,100 square foot fitness area with state-of-the-art exercise and floor exercise room; and a 1,700 square foot beauty salon and spa.

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