History Timeline

  1. MRC Established

    1962 MRC was established to develop and manage a new retirement community, Edgewater, when the Buccaneer Hotel in Galveston was gifted to the Texas Annual Conference. Edgewater included residential living apartments at Moody House and skilled nursing and rehab, including a special certified Alzheimer’s care unit, at Turner Geriatric Center.

  2. Crestview

    1970 MRC acquired its second campus, Crestview Retirement Community in Bryan which offered skilled nursing and rehab. Services later grew to include residential apartments, assisted living apartments, and home health care services.

  3. Crestview Terrace

    1981 MRC built their first HUD-subsidized community for seniors, Crestview Terrace, in Bryan next door to Crestview Retirement Community.

  4. Crestview Place

    1985 A second HUD-subsidized community for seniors, Crestview Place, was constructed next to Crestview Terrace.

  5. TownCreek

    1985 MRC added TownCreek, a skilled nursing and rehab facility (Ella Smither Geriatric Center) in Huntsville.

  6. PineCrest

    1992 MRC opened PineCrest Retirement Community in Lufkin as their first Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). PineCrest includes residential living patio homes and apartments, assisted living apartments, specialty Alzheimer’s/dementia care (Lottie Temple and George Henderson), skilled nursing and rehab, and home health services.

  7. Cornerstone

    1996 Cornerstone Retirement Community, also a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), opened in Texarkana. Cornerstone includes residential living patio homes and apartments, assisted living apartments, skilled nursing and rehab, home health services and a specialty Alzheimer’s/dementia care assisted living (Bunch Woodview Center).

  8. Oakview

    2002Oakview Senior Apartments (Happy Harbor) was incorporated and affiliated with MRC and became the 1st HUD-subsidized community for seniors in La Porte.

  9. Crestview Unity

    2004 An Affordable Housing community for seniors, Crestview Unity, joined Crestview Terrace and Crestview Place in Bryan.

  10. Bayview

    2008 A second La Porte Affordable Housing community for seniors opened, called Bayview Senior Apartments joining its sister community, Oakview Senior Apartments.

  11. Crestview

    2010 – 2013 Crestview Retirement Community was fully rebuilt into a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). The residential portion of the rebuild became known as Arbor Oaks at Crestview.

  12. Creekside

    2013 TownCreek in Huntsville was rebuilt and renamed Creekside Retirement Community.

  13. The Crossings

    2015 The Crossings in League City opened to its first residents. The Crossings is a CCRC that includes residential apartments, assisted living apartments, specialty Alzheimer’s/dementia suites, skilled nursing and rehab.

  14. The Langford

    2018 MRC opened The Langford at College Station, consisting of residential apartments. Final construction and move in of the first assisted living residents began in early 2019.

  15. Mirador

    2019 In the 2nd quarter of 2019 MRC acquired Mirador in Corpus Christi. This Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) includes residential apartments, assisted living apartments, skilled nursing and rehab, and a specialty Alzheimer’s/dementia care assisted living.

  16. Stevenson Oaks

    2021
    In 2021, MRC will complete financing for the development of its newest community, Stevenson Oaks in Fort Worth. Construction is also expected to be completed in 2021 and will include residential apartments, assisted living apartments and memory support suites.