Terra Pointe Memory Care and Glendale, AZ
The area that is now Glendale, AZ was all desert in the late 1800s, but that changed thanks to William John Murphy. In 1885, Murphy completed a 40-mile canal from Granite Reef to New River, bringing water to the area. In 1887, he formed the Arizona Improvement Company with the goal of selling the land and water rights south of the canal. He named the area Glendale and built an 18-mile road to it from Phoenix (Grand Avenue) to increase the appeal.
In 1891, families in the River Brethren group formed a temperance colony in Glendale, which attracted more settlers who shared their views on alcohol. A railroad was built and the city grew even more when the Beet Sugar Factory was built in 1906. Even though it only ran for six years, it did a lot to bring in immigrants and migrant settlers.
Today, Glendale has a population of over 250,000 people. It is home to the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League and the Arizona Coyotes of the National Hockey League.
Terra Pointe Memory Care in Glendale, AZ
Specializing in Dementia and Alzheimer’s, Terra Pointe Memory Care was created to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our residents and staff. With a wide array of amenities, trained staff, and great common areas, Terra Pointe is a wonderful place to call home. We strive to provide excellent care and service to our beloved residents and their families.
Finding the right community for your aging loved one can be difficult. They deserve to live in a place that lovingly addresses their needs, and you deserve peace of mind knowing that your loved one is in professional and caring hands.
Please feel free to explore our website, give us a call, or even drop by to tour our building and meet our dedicated staff. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have, and look forward to showing you how your loved one will flourish here.
Local Attractions Near Terra Pointe Memory Care
There is plenty for residents at Terra Pointe Memory Care and their visitors to do and see in Glendale, AZ. Make sure to come in February for the Glendale Chocolate Affaire. Attendees enjoy the creations of select chocolatiers and confectioners, live music and artistic performances, and a free tour of the Ceretta Candy Co. factory.
If you visit in December, Downtown Glendale will be all aglow with the Glendale Glitters, Arizona’s largest free holiday light display. Downtown Glendale is illuminated by more than 1.6 million Christmas lights across 16 blocks.
Year round, there are plenty of historic local buildings to visit, from the Beet Sugar Factory Building to several original ranch mansions from the late 1800s to the Thunderbird Control Tower, which served as the Air Control Tower and officers’ quarters during the operation of the Thunderbird 1 Army Air Field in World War II.