Toured this place, and was extremely disappointed for the following reasons:
The rooms are tiny and dark. They have no closets, and are strangely-shaped.
The layout is really quite spread-out for elderly people to navigate.
They have only a 2-tier setup, and when somebody suddenly goes from "assisted" to "enhanced assisted", the price jumps astronomically.
The "enhanced assisted" part was about the most depressing and soul-crushing place I've seen since I once saw a state-run facility 30 years ago.
I also get the feeling that the Legacy communities are 'pushing out' older residents to this location, since they are owned by the same company.
The only positive I could see for this facility is the price, provided that the person needs very little assistance. For those who are borderline ingident, they also offer 2-person rooms, where, if your loved one doesn't mind sharing a room the size of a dorm room with another adult, he/she can live there for probably only a bit more than SS will pay for. Other than that, the only other reason I could see sending a person here was if they need the locked "memory care" facility that is offered.