Denton Floyd and Vitality Senior Services Announce Class A Assisted Living and Memory Care Community in Jeffersonville, Indiana

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Denton Floyd and Vitality Senior Services Announce Class A Assisted Living and Memory Care Community in Jeffersonville, Indiana
 

Jeffersonville, IN – December 17, 2020. Denton Floyd Real Estate Group (“Denton Floyd”), Vitality Senior Services, and Lanier Asset Management are excited to announce their newest development. Bridgepointe Gardens will be a 131-unit Class A Assisted Living and Memory Care community located in Jeffersonville, Indiana, offering premier 1- and 2-bedroom units in one of the fastest-growing areas in the Louisville MSA. This 3-story senior living community will be developed on 8 sprawling acres that will include a movie theater, hair salon, therapy gym, private dining, library, bar/lounge, chapel, a lake with walking trails, and outdoor gardens with gazebos. Located just minutes from downtown Louisville and the Lewis and Clark Bridge, Jeffersonville is a thriving community that has seen an average population growth of nearly 6.5% over the last 20 years.

Vitality Senior Services manages developments that provide housing and services for the senior population, with the primary focus on Senior Living, Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care. Vitality’s strategy is to seek out and partner with organizations, towns, cities, and state governments that desire innovation, have shared interests and will create enthusiasm for the communities and the areas they provide services. Vitality Senior Services, in partnership with Denton Floyd Real Estate Group, was formed in 2017 with partners having over one hundred years of combined successful health care operating and real estate development experience. 

Lanier Asset Management is a full-service financial advisor, providing clients with support in a wide range of areas.

 

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