FREDERICKSBURG, VA - The Crossings at Falls Run, Fredericksburg's newest senior living community, is now leasing through its information center. Developed by Smith/Packett MedCom LLC and scheduled to open in October 2011, The Crossings at Falls Run will share a campus with the newly opened Falls Run Nursing & Rehabilitation to create a full continuum of care community, just off of Berea Church Road at Route 17.
Source: The Crossings at Falls Run
The Crossings at Falls Run will feature a variety of apartment floor plans for independent living, assisted living, and memory care residents. Common areas will include a library, pub, elegant dining rooms, fitness area, movie theater, underground parking, multiple gardens, and other outdoor areas. The apartments are inclusive rentals that don't require a large entrance fee.
The on-site information center announced its opening this week, staffed by Executive Director Cenk Kalemdaroglu and Director of Sales and Marketing Anne Overington. Cenk has previously served as the Administrator of numerous skilled nursing facilities in Arlington, Norfolk, Bowling Green, and Richmond. Anne has worked as Assistant Director of Admission for Fredericksburg Academy, a Realtor at Century 21 AdVenture, and most recently, Director of Sales and Marketing at Chancellor's Village senior living community.
Under construction, The Crossings at Falls Run is on schedule to open next fall. Located adjacent, the information center is offering special incentives for a limited number of "Charter Club" residents who pre-lease. Information is available in the information center about the numerous amenities and floor plans, including reservations of premier locations.
The community will be managed by Harmony Senior Services, a subsidiary of Smith/Packett, based in Roanoke. Smith/Packett is one of the largest senior housing and healthcare companies in the country, specializing in the design, development, financing, and operation of healthcare facilities. Harmony currently manages additional senior living communities in Richmond, Chester, and Roanoke, as well as Macedonia, Ohio.