Discovery Village At The Forum Celebrates Brand New Independent Living Community With Formal Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
FORT MYERS, FL–Discovery Village At The Forum, one of the top senior living communities in Southwest Florida, hosted a formal ribbon cutting ceremony on August 2nd to celebrate the completion of the area’s newest, and most luxurious, independent living community.
Discovery Village at the Forum’s new independent living community is owned and operated by award-winning Discovery Senior Living. The independent living portion of the community broke ground early last year and is adjacent to Discovery Village at the Forum’s assisted living community.
“Our residents are always top of mind, and Discovery Senior Living pride ourselves on providing the best lifestyle possible to promote overall well-being and happiness,” says Richard J. Hutchinson, CEO of Discovery Senior Living. “This new community is unmatched in regards to the amenities, the living arrangements, and the lifestyle. Our team put so much heart and thought into the construction and overall design of this new community. We hope all residents at Discovery Village at the Forum feel at home, in addition to living their best life.”
The new community offers an array of luxurious exterior and interior amenities. There is a grand ballroom for community events, a deluxe movie theater for relaxation and entertainment, and a resort-style pool, complete with oversized cabanas and a covered, outdoor entertaining and dining area.
In addition to the amenities, residents will be able to enjoy gourmet, freshly prepared meals through the community’s Sensations dining, and participate in a variety of events and activities through the Celebrations program. Promoting wellness and vitality is also crucial to the community, which is why the Dimensions program is available to all residents.
Senior Management from the Discovery Senior Living team was present at the ribbon cutting ceremony, in addition to community leaders and board members from the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce. Acting Lee County Commissioner, Cecil Pendergrass, was also among the distinguished list of attendees.