Genevieve Eco-friendly, president of Columbus-based Woodruff Operating Company, which manages Old Town for businessman and house owner Calvin Koonce, stated Thursday that senior living wasn’t on the program in early stages.
Eco-friendly stated the senior living complex and it is building must be a great fit visually for Old Town, meaning its developer is going to be working inside an architectural control process.
Another Atlanta-based company, The Diwan Group, is partnering with local businessmen with an $18 million aided living and memory care community within the city’s Brookstone Center business and medical park.
But there’s a significant distinction between Spring Harbor and just what Atlas and it is financing and development partner, Louisville, Ky.-based DMK Development Group, are getting towards the city, stated Hamilton, whose wife’s family resides in the Columbus area. His wife’s grandma and grandpa really resided at Spring Harbor until dying fairly lately, he stated.
“I think it offers an alternative choice for anyone who has arrived at a place within their existence they don’t want (home) possession, but they would like to maintain an environment that might be similar to a specific item in a Spring Harbor or someplace like this,Inches she stated.
Master-planned Old Town, which can be found near the northwest intersection of Veterans Parkway and Johnson Road, started appearing out of the dirt and rocks of the former old family homestead in 2013. It began renting apartments in 2015, in addition to constructing Southern Living-inspired single-homes. It’s added common areas too, including commercial space which includes food establishments, retail and repair companies.
A senior living company from Birmingham, Ala., has become joining the wave of recent qualities visiting the Columbus market, using its $26 million project destined for that Old Town mixed-use neighborhood around the city’s north side.