Norman Chamber of Commerce Welcomes City’s First Active Living Community

Norman, Oklahoma's first active living community, The Enclave, broke ground March 24. Catering to ages 55+, The Enclave offers high-end homes and amenities including a pool, putting green, outdoor grill and custom floor plans.

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Team gathers for Enclave groundbreaking on March 24.

“From the first day we began thinking about the Enclave we wanted a community that was not only exclusive, but functional and beautiful,” Waldenville said.

Norman, Okla. (PRWEB) March 31, 2014

Officials conducted a groundbreaking ceremony for The Enclave, the city's first 55 and up living community, on March 24 at 2 p.m.

The community boasts luxury homes and amenities including a putting green, outdoor kitchen, pool and fitness facilities.

Zan Waldenville of real estate agency, the Learia Group, highlights exclusive details of the community.

“From the first day we began thinking about the Enclave we wanted a community that was not only exclusive, but functional and beautiful,” Waldenville said.

Waldenville's business partner and co-owner of the Learia Group, Lisa Talley, expressed agreement with Waldenville’s sentiment.

"[Zan] is spot-on," Talley said. "We wanted to give mature members of the Norman community a one-of-a-kind place to call home. I think we've achieved that with the Enclave."

According to the United States Census Bureau, residents ages 55 and over make up 20.7 percent, or 22,961, of Norman’s total population. While many would quickly discredit baby boomers' activity level, Chamber President CEO, John Woods, disagrees.

“The baby boomer generation is an active, engaged generation and this development can help enrich the lives of its residents,” Woods said.

Woods goes on to highlight the potential for the Enclave to enhance opportunities for not only mature populations, but those considering Norman as a home as well.

“Quality housing with a targeted audience can only enhance the opportunities for current residents of Norman and people looking to move here,” Chamber President CEO, John Woods said.

The Enclave is Norman’s first active living community for ages 55 and up. Handled by real estate agency, The Learia Group, the Enclave features six custom-designed homes and floor plans to fit residents’ every need. For more information contact Lisa Talley or Zan Waldenville at 405-701-8881.


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