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State-Of-The-Art Senior Living Opens in Gainesville

September 19, 2022

TALLAHASSEE, FL—SRI Management LLC—in conjunction with ownership partners Sage Development and Bourne Financial Group—proudly unveiled Harper’s Station Gainesville, located on nearly eight acres of land just 40 miles from the nation’s capital. Encompassing 192 living options—from independent cottages and apartments to the best care options for assisted living and memory care—the new community meets a measurable market demand for senior living options in the vibrant suburban district. SRI Management—a company noted in the industry for its level of dedicated service, value and resident care—manages the new community.

“The new Harper’s Station Gainesville is the ideal locale for families seeking the absolute best in care for their loved ones,” said Chase Patel, president of Sage Development. “We’re proud to open another [one] of our upscale communities in this area. Gainesville is home to major shopping, dining and entertainment choices, plus wineries, historic battlefields, world-class PGA golf courses and the Conway Robinson State Forest. We’ve coupled the highest standards of senior living with an amazing destination to unveil Harper’s Station Gainesville.”

The impressive new community spans 244,000 square feet. In addition to the heated, indoor swimming pool and oversized balconies available on many units, amenities at Harper’s Station encompass SRI Management programming—including Artful Dining, a research-backed culinary concept designed to keep seniors engaged in the social and health benefits of proper nutrition. SRI Zestful Activities provide an abundance of options to keep residents physically and socially active, while the signature Heartful Care program creates comfort and security for residents in their new homes.

The opening of Harper’s Station Gainesville adds approximately 85 employment opportunities for local residents, infusing more than $2.5 million in annual salary and wages into the Prince William County region.

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