GAINESVILLE, Fla. – July 7, 2022 (SOURCE: Newswire.com): Discovery Senior Living (“Discovery”) has announced the start of site preparation and construction of its new amenity- and program-rich Experiential Living Community in the heart of Gainesville’s Celebration Pointe development. Completion is expected in spring 2024.
The Experiential Living community at Celebration Pointe will feature 180 one- and two-bedroom smart apartment homes, also including dens, a nearly 4,000-square-foot rooftop lounge, bar and entertainment area, state-of-the-art fitness center and workout studio featuring on-demand fitness programs and a personalized fitness coach, hospitality-style gathering areas, a tech bar and bistro, a dog park and so much more. Utilizing technology within the community and the development of an Experiential Living App, residents will have access to third-party services and conveniences, making their lifestyle truly care-free. Nestled in the heart of Celebration Pointe, the community will allow residents to live in the epicenter of Gainesville’s emerging dining, social and cultural scene, and enjoy curated services and a unique brand of destination resort living.
Project partners are being led by Discovery Development Group in concert with interior designer Discovery Design Concepts, both subsidiaries of Discovery Senior Living, and consultant Architectural Concepts Inc.
“Celebration Pointe is fast emerging as one of the most exciting, mixed-use developments in Central Florida,” said Richard J. Hutchinson, CEO of Discovery Senior Living. “This community will enable residents to walk to dining, recreation and entertainment, all while living in a high-tech residential setting that delivers unprecedented flexibility, unparalleled programming and a choice-driven lifestyle experience that’s going to be a step forward for the industry.”
Based in Bonita Springs, Florida, Discovery Senior Living currently owns and/or operates a national and regionally-based multi-branded portfolio of 111 communities across 19 states. The company’s 23-community concentration in Florida is the second-largest of any state across its growing portfolio.