Texas Masonic Retirement Center { 12 images } Created 7 Oct 2021

The Keystone, a 60,500-square-foot, four-story residential building at the Texas Masonic Retirement Center in Arlington, Texas was designed by Bennett Benner Partners and built by Byrne Construction Services.

The first floor of the addition connects to the dining area and an existing building via a pedestrian bridge. The three above-ground levels house 36 senior living units, while the sub-floor area provides covered parking. A meandering stream runs the length of the new building and through a roofed patio gathering area. Spacious balconies offer views of the park that is filled with native gardens and walking paths.

The Texas Masonic Retirement Center provides aging in place care for Masons and their family members.

© Wade Griffith Photography 2021
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