September 24, 2020
Transformation includes new carving stations, outside deck dining and private dining room
Plymouth Village is proud to announce our newly renovated dining room! The $2.3 million-dollar transformation includes brand new carving and action stations, as well as outside deck dining to take advantage of the beautiful mountain views. The renovation also features a private dining room with a demonstration kitchen. During the renovation, a common space across the hall was transformed into a place for small group meetings with rotating artwork featuring resident artists with inaugural artist Roberta Thole.
HumanGood executives Dan Ogus, Lisa Holland and Mary Platt joined Redlands Plymouth Village leadership for the grand reopening and ribbon cutting ceremony led by Plymouth Village resident association president Jack Bailey. Mayor Paul Foster also appreciated a private tour by Executive Director, Julie Michaels. A big thank you to everyone who helped make this beautiful transformation come to life, especially Kirby Hays, CEO of Hal Hays Construction and Bardovi Architects.