SageStone Partners and Arbor Company Announce Development of Opus East Memphis | Your money

MEMPHIS, Tennessee, December 1, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – SageStone Partners and The Arbor Company today announced the development of Opus East Memphis, a retirement home dedicated to providing residents with a lifestyle of goodness -being and a meaningful social life Connections. The 237 luxury-style unit community is expected to welcome residents in early 2023. Starting in January 2022, the Opus East Memphis Information Center will open, giving Memphians a first glimpse of the development and opportunities the community will bring. .

“The Arbor Company designs its facilities with a focus on the well-being, health and friendships of its residents,” said David Dlugolenski Jr., Managing Partner of Sagestone Partners. “We are delighted to partner with the development of Opus East Memphis to provide Memphis seniors with a unique place to reside and thrive.”

Opus East Memphis will feature 237 units in total, including 47 cottages, 107 independent living apartments, 63 assisted living apartments and 20 memory-care residences. All options will include resort style amenities and services. Pet-friendly accommodations are also available.

“We are confident this community will be a welcome addition to the East Memphis neighborhood and the greater Memphis area,” said Judd Harper, President of Arbor Company. “We are already receiving an unprecedented number of calls from interested seniors wanting to know more, and most have expressed interest in booking their preferred apartment and becoming a member of our exclusive Founders Club. It’s encouraging, they are as enthusiastic as we are. for Opus to come to life in East Memphis. “

In addition to beauty and style, Opus East Memphis is designed with functionality in mind to provide residents with services and amenities that promote a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle. With health and wellness a top priority, Opus will offer on-site amenities including a fitness center as well as on-site therapy and rehabilitation. In addition to nutritious and delicious meals prepared by chefs, residents can expect to choose from a variety of dining experiences, including restaurant-style meals that can accommodate guests and families, as well as specialty meals through the program. Dining with Dignity.

Additional services and amenities such as regular housekeeping and personal linen and laundry services allow residents to free up time on their schedules for fun activities on and offsite. Regular concierge and transportation services are available for off-site activities.

For more information visit Opus East Memphis website.

About SageStone Partners SageStone Partners is a recognized leader in the development, construction, financing, operation and marketing of high-end senior housing in the Southeastern United States. Since 2014, SageStone has completed nine senior housing projects totaling over 1,500 units. SageStone properties integrate active design and healthy lifestyle options into established and dynamic environments, and are designed and constructed to improve access to physical activity, social engagement, and healthy environments. For more information on SageStone, visit

About The Arbor Company The Arbor Company is an Atlanta-based operator of more than 45 independent living, assisted living and dementia care communities, serving seniors in 11 states. With over 30 years of dedication and experience, The Arbor Company strives to provide the highest quality care and service to residents and their families. The Arbor Company has been named a Great Place to Work and is listed on the Fortune Best Workplaces for Aging Services list. For more information on The Arbor Company, visit

Media contact: Julia Dorio [email protected]

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