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A new, state-of-the-art retirement community is slated to open during this fall, at 2996 Point Marion Road, Morgantown.
The Crossings at Morgantown is managed by Harmony Senior Services. Harmony is a fully integrated management service company led by proven senior care professionals with a record of providing great care and service at numerous senior living communities across the mid-Atlantic.
The Crossings at Morgantown will provide independent living, assisted living and memory care on a private campus located within 4 miles of the area’s three main hospitals. The facility has not yet obtained a license from the state of West Virginia. Pursuant to WV Code § 16-5D-6(a), no assisted living – including memory care – can be occupied until such license is obtained.
Employees are actively taking tours at the welcome center, located below the construction site. This is a 79-unit senior living community with 84 suites for independent living 59 suites of assisted living 36 secured memory care suites. The independent living suites have 32 floor plans to choose from and are either one bedroom one bathroom, or two bedroom and two bathrooms.
“With affordable monthly costs and no large buy-in, all it takes is a one-time deposit to secure your suite in our independent living community,” said Kelly Drayer, director of Sales and Marketing. She added the apartments are the region’s largest. The Crossings at Morgantown prides itself on the many resort-like amenities included in month-to-month leasing. The community extends the living space with common areas, outdoor courtyards and access to popular amenities, such as a movie theater, pup, salon, billiards, library and bistro. “March-Westin is our construction company on this project, between their reputation for solid workmanship and consistently staying within our timelines, we are on schedule to open this fall,” Drayer said.
For more information, contact The Crossings at 304.212.4939 or visit thecrossingsatmorgantown.com.
Article By: The Dominion Post.