ATLANTA — Canterbury Court, a continuing care retirement community in Atlanta’s Buckhead district, has doubled in size with its new expansion.
The property now includes two new additions: The Garden Tower, a high-rise that features 105 independent living apartments and a ground-level restaurant, and Monarch Pavilion, a four-story building that offers seniors housing units, amenities and services in a neighborhood setting.
Monarch Pavilion comprises Azalea View, a new assisted living community; Wisteria Park, a memory care destination centered around a courtyard garden; and Sage Glen, a skilled nursing neighborhood that features dedicated physical, speech and occupational therapists.
The construction period for the expansion lasted approximately two years.
Greystone Communities served as the project’s financial advisory and financial consultant, and JLL provided project management services. The design-build team included architect Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio and general contractor Brasfield & Gorrie.
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