Omega Communities Plans 415-Unit Community in Florida

by Jeff Shaw

LADY LAKE, Fla. — Omega Communities, a faith-based developer from Alabama, has announced plans to build Living Waters, a 415-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care community in Lady Lake, approximately 50 miles northwest of Orlando.

The community will be located in a 30-acre, mixed-use parcel. The first phase of the development will be on 7.5 acres of the master-planned site and will house 145 independent living beds, 29 assisted living beds and 24 memory care beds.

Omega plans to start construction of the 150,000-square-foot first phase this June, with completion expected in summer 2017. The second phase, which will add the balance of the 415 units as well as 35,000 square feet of retail and medical offices, will begin sometime in 2017.

OutsideIn Architecture has completed preliminary designs. Greenbrier Senior Living will manage the project and the community for Omega.

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