Senior living community planned for Lake Oconee area

Project to include Alzheimer's, dementia assistance

Friday, Dec. 28, 2012 8:37 AM
Last updated 6:41 PM
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A $41 million senior living community is heading to Lake Oconee and its developers are aiming for a summer 2014 opening date.

The community, dubbed FountainCrest, will feature 75 apartments and cottages, 20 assisted living residences and 26 memory care residences, according to a news release. Tenants can choose one-, two- or three-bedroom apartments or from two- and three-bedroom cottages. Its assisted living options also offers a choice of apartment sizes for those suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia. The developers are also promising a “service-rich environment” designed to provide rehabilitative care, according to the release.

The project is being headed by David Canavan, principal of Solutions Advisors LLC, Michael Harris of Cornerstone Living and Andrew L. O’Connell, president of ALO Consulting, in partnership with Dr. Robert S. Cowles, owner of the Cowles Clinic, a Lake Oconee-based medical campus.

The developers plan to break ground in fall 2013.

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soapy_725 12/29/12 - 10:32 am
Does Lake Oconee have a water level problem?

Is Reynolds Plantation in receivership? Are the old and wealthy asking for an audit by Obama? Do the brokers at Lake Oconee require a minimum of $3 million to open an account? So many questions?

We could do this same thing in the the old mill across from the Kroc.

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