November 22, 2021
Resort Lifestyle Communities (RLC) invited the business community in Goochland County and surrounding areas to celebrate the grand opening of Tuckahoe Pines Retirement Community on Thursday, November 18.
The event was attended by Tuckahoe Pines representatives, chamber members, and local dignitaries who spoke during a short program while local staff answered questions about the new community and local business partnering opportunities.
“Tuckahoe Pines offers a rather unique lifestyle that addresses a growing market, and is a welcome addition to the Goochland community,” said Goochland County Board Supervisor Ken Peterson. “I would also like to welcome the residents of Tuckahoe Pines to Goochland, and hope they enjoy the resort lifestyle while discovering the many benefits of living in a special place like Goochland County.”
Tuckahoe Pines is an RLC portfolio community that offers an all-inclusive experience for residents. One monthly price covers a studio, 1, 2, or 3-bedroom apartment, as well as all daily needs like chef-prepared meals, housekeeping services, and life-enriching entertainment and activity options. Other amenities for residents include on-site staff, an emergency call system, concierge services, and appointment transportation. The community’s centrally located Main Street features an in-house bank, pharmacy, general store, and salon. And if they need home health care, residents are free to contract with their choice of providers.
The $30 million, 180,000 square foot, Tuckahoe Pines Retirement Community is the first RLC location in Virginia and provides an array of significant long-term benefits to the Goochland County area, including the creation of 30+ local jobs. The greatest community benefit is a safe, compassionate lifestyle for seniors that offers peace of mind for their families. The community is located at 12330 Patterson Avenue in Richmond.