Emerald Heights celebrates 25th anniversary

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 12:07pm
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Courtesy of Emerald Heights

Twenty-five years of success and millions of dollars in annual impact to the local economy are only a few of the reasons Emerald Heights, an amenity-rich Life Plan Community, is celebrating this year.

A Life Plan Community featuring resort-like amenities and onsite health care services for senior living, Emerald Heights has provided a distinctly different approach to retirement living and provided a new lifestyle for thousands of seniors.

“With all the options adults have to select from when it comes to their next life adventure, we’re honored that residents have chosen to be a part of Emerald Heights,” said Grant Linacre, executive director at Emerald Heights. “The residents and staff have been an integral part of the success of the community, and we’re looking forward to what’s to come in the next 25 years.”

In recent years, Emerald Heights underwent a $60 million expansion to include a fitness center specifically designed for older adults, an events center and a restaurant-style dining venue, all which exemplify the community’s commitment to fostering vibrant living. The community also added Trailside, a 43-apartment home development.

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