Source: Senior Resource Group
NAPLES, FL - Senior Resource Group, which develops, owns and operates luxury senior-living communities across seven states, in conjunction with its affiliated companies, announced it has acquired The Carlisle Naples, a luxury senior-living campus community in Naples, Florida. Managed by SRG since 2005, the 350-unit, highly- amenitized Carlisle Naples provides both independent and assisted-living services. As part of the transaction, SRG partnered with Harbert Seniors Housing Fund II, L.P. to purchase the unique and distinguished community and re-envision the future it holds.
"For more than 15 years, The Carlisle Naples has been one of the premier communities within our management portfolio, and we were excited at the opportunity to acquire the property," said Michael Grust, Senior Resource Group CEO and President. "This acquisition reinforces our ongoing commitment to delivering on a promise of operational excellence and enhanced resident experiences in an atmosphere that promotes wellbeing."
Located in Naples, Florida, The Carlisle offers one- and two-bedroom residences in an environment that reflects SRG's commitment to hospitality and exceptional care. The well-appointed development features an onsite restaurant, bar and lounge areas, a fitness center, theater, game room, library and business center, outdoor pool and spa, on-site salon and barber shop. Residents have the opportunity to engage with innovative health and wellbeing programs, along with onsite access to rehabilitative and preemptive wellness services as well as coordinated care options.
Residents at The Carlisle Naples further benefit from SRG's dedication to exceptionally high standards of excellence as demonstrated by its commitment to accreditation. All eligible SRG communities including The Carlisle Naples have earned the highest level of accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities' (CARF), an international, non-profit organization that accredits health and human service providers as part of its voluntary and rigorous process.