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Iconic Senior Living Community Opens In Panama City Beach, Florida

Iconic Senior Living Community Opens in Panama City Beach, Florida

Sage Development Group in partnership with SRI Management, LLC is excited to present the area’s newest senior living development, Seagrass Village of Panama City Beach. Located on ALF Coleman Road, next to Woodlawn Methodist Church and across from J.R. Arnold High School, Seagrass Village of Panama City Beach features The Landing… a dedicated community for seniors with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The 36,000 square-foot, single-story building will consist of 51 apartments with accommodations for 68 residents, featuring both private and semi-private floor plans.

Amenities offered within The Landing include three daily meals; specialized trained staff on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; laundry and housekeeping services; secured outdoor patio; physical, occupational and speech therapies to promote continued independence; and much more.

“We are thrilled to be part of and invest in the continuing growth of the town that we call home” says Harry, Chase and Jay Patel of Sage Development.

Don Bishop, CEO of SRI Management, states “SRI Management is excited to continue the growing partnership with Sage and be a part of this great development in Panama City Beach.”

Seagrass Village of Panama City Beach is currently the second community under the Seagrass umbrella of Sage Development, with additional communities in Port Orange, FL and Gulf Shores, AL in development. Recently opened is Seagrass Village of Fleming Island, FL. Seagrass Village of Panama City Beach has currently brought 150 construction jobs to the area and, once completed, will add another 150-plus jobs. The total project cost is in excess of $38-million.

Sage Development Group

Sage Development Group, based in Panama City Beach, FL is a private, family firm that focuses on development and management of hotels, medical offices, and senior housing communities. The company has been in operation for the past 13 years.

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