TRIBUTE AT BLACK HILL HOSTS GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION JANUARY 23RD

Thrive Senior Living’s Second Maryland Location Offers Assisted Living And Memory Care

Germantown, United States - January 15, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Germantown, MD, January 13, 2020 – In accordance with Thrive Senior Living’s mission to create environments for older adults to thrive, the newest property, Tribute at Black Hill, conveniently located in Montgomery County, offers beautifully appointed apartment living with assisted living and memory care services. A chef-driven menu is one of the centerpieces of the daily experience for residents who call Tribute home. The community’s Grand Opening Celebration will be held on January 23, 2020 from 5:00-7:30 pm, featuring a ribbon cutting, live entertainment, fine food, and beverages. The property features an oversized, elevated courtyard with walking trails, restaurant-style dining, and four suite-style floor plans.

“Thrive prides itself in taking the blueprint for traditional senior living and putting it right where it belongs – the trash can. Instead, we’ve created an environment that feels like home,” said Jodie Edwards-Taylor, President at Tribute at Black Hill. “Our team really loves people…especially older adults. We come to work every day with a focus to help our resident not just live…but live with purpose.”

Tribute at Black Hill is located at 312 Baltusrol Drive, just off I-270 in Germantown. The senior living property is situated in the heart of Black Hill, a master-planned community featuring restaurants, shopping, and parks. Tribute at Black Hill offers Assisted Living and Memory Care at all-inclusive pricing. Every member of the Tribute at Black Hill team is NIDE (National Institute for Dementia Education) certified. This includes everyone from the chefs and housekeepers to the concierge and nurses.

“We’ve found when you build a place where people really do love coming to work, they create environments where residents really do love to live,” said Les Strech, President of Thrive Senior Living. “That is what you will find here. You will find that here is…one of the sexiest amenity packages in the country. It’s like a boutique hotel on steroids.”

The Tribute at Black Hill grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration is free and open to the public. RSVP at Hello@TributeAtBlackHill.com or by calling 410-401-5262.

For on-site access for members of the media, please contact Loudoun Clear Marketing at Betsy@LoudounClearMarketing.com or 703-577-4950.

For more information on Thrive Senior Living and its innovative approach to senior living, please visit thrivesl.com.

About Thrive Senior Living: Thrive Senior Living designs, develops, and operates innovative independent living, assisted living, and memory care communities across the country with a fresh perspective on senior living. Thrive strives to enrich lives and be faithful stewards of all that is entrusted to them by respecting and honoring older adults as valuable members of society. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Thrive has been named a “2018 Best Workplaces for Aging Services” by Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE and a “Great Place to Work” by Activated Insights for two years in a row. The company currently operates communities in Texas, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and the D.C. metro area. For more information, please visit thrivesl.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Betsy Henry
Email: Send Email
Organization: Thrive Senior Living
Address: 312 Baltusrol Drive, Germantown, Maryland 20874, United States
Website: https://thrivesl.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88942789

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