Thursday, September 8, 2016

Rick Dover Reports Knoxville Senior Living Center Nearly Complete

Rick Dover Knoxville
Rick Dover, Knoxville property developer and namesake of Dover Development, broke ground on Northshore Senior Living in 2014. The 68-suite retirement community is scheduled to open later this year.

Northshore Senior Living was designed by famed architect Daniel Levy. According to Rick Dover, the Knoxville Senior living campus was inspired by the Old Edwards Inn, an estate in North Carolina. Northshore Senior Living offers 68 suites for both assisted and independent living guests. The seven acre campus features a wing dedicated for memory care patients.

Rick Dover says Knoxville seniors were long overdue for a resort-like community that puts resident’s health and safety first. Northshore Senior Living features ample amenities in a country club setting. Residents will be treated to numerous culinary delights, a fully stocked bar, computer labs, salon and spa, library, and fitness center. Northshore Senior Living is an East Tennessee treasure, says developer Rick Dover. Knoxville is one of the most scenic areas in East Tennessee and the grounds of this estate have been designed to take advantage of the region’s natural beauty. Numerous walking trails, a fire pit, and private lake offer residents the opportunity to retire in what can only be described as a vacation haven.

A full-time nurse will always be on duty in the residential living area, says Rick Dover. The Knoxville project will bring numerous new jobs to the area in the healthcare and building maintenance industries. Northshore Senior Living prioritizes sustainability and features water-saving fixtures, LED lighting, high-efficiency heating and cooling, and locally-sourced materials.

One of the most surprising benefits at Northshore Senior Living is its straightforward rental model. Unlike comparable facilities nationwide, Northshore Senior Living does not require buy-in or substantial upfront costs. A single monthly fee encompasses everything a senior might need to enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle, including choice dining, utilities, transportation, maintenance, staff supervision, and many planned activities.

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