Atlanta-based senior living developer Galerie Living opened Corso Atlanta this month, the company announced in a press release.
“Today’s senior living communities must be high-touch, high-tech, and focused on flexibility,” Tim Gary, Founder and CEO of Galerie Living, said in the release. “We’re excited to launch the Corso wellness concept here in Atlanta and look forward to reaching new markets.”
Located in Buckhead, at 3200 Howell Mill Road NW, Corso Atlanta is now leasing city homes, independent living, assisted living, and memory care homes. Residents’ monthly lease includes complimentary access to the community’s 12+ dining and entertainment venues, hosted social events, transportation, and “behind the scenes wellness services can be discretely added to any unit should care needs arise.”
Galerie Living did not disclose the investment required to live at Corso Atlanta.
“Galerie Living is quickly scaling to meet the wants and needs of the growing senior population,” according to the release. “With all Baby Boomers reaching 65+ by 2030, modern senior living is a pressing need for these 73 million Boomers and their families. Gary noted the important role lenders Truist and LTC REIT played in bringing the vision for Corso Atlanta into reality. Corso’s completion is a milestone for Galerie Living and for the future of senior living.”
The campus showcases local favorites including a second Lucy’s Market location, Sugarcoat Nail & Beauty Bar, and onsite flower boutique, Flowers of Giverny.
Galerie plans on announcing two new Corso locations later this year or early next. While each development is custom-built to reflect the character and lifestyle of the surrounding neighborhood, all communities share the vision of “creating unexpected happiness” for seniors and their families.
“The need for senior living communities that proactively promote wellbeing and keep residents close to families has never been greater,” Gary said. “We built flexibility into every aspect of Corso because we want our residents to stay connected with what and who they love. Social connection, especially with loved ones, is as critical to healthy living as medicine.”