12 July Clay Welcomes Seagrass Village Senior Living Facility July 12, 2016 By Laura Pavlus General assisted living facility, job creation, business growth, economic development, clay county, clay florida economic development corporation, capital investment, quality of life 0 The corridor between CR 220 and Town Center Blvd. on Fleming Island is bustling with new business activity and the Seagrass Village senior living community is a welcome addition in Clay County for both quality of life enhancements as well as the high-wage job creation and capital investment it contributes. The Sage Development Group out of Panama City Beach, Florida anticipates construction of this facility to be completed in the summer of 2017 for a fall opening. On June 23, local leaders and representatives from the Sage Development Group gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony. The new 125,000 square foot facility will feature 46 independent living, 64 assisted living, and 25 memory care units in studio, one, and two bedroom styles. On-site amenities will include: Beauty Salon, Barber Shop and Spa Dining Rooms featuring Restaurant-Style Menus and Service Private Dining Room Bar/Bistro Guest Stay Apartments Pool and Hot Tub Expansive Life Enrichment Programs Beautifully Landscaped Courtyards Media Room Library Chapel Fitness Center Scheduled Chauffeured Transportation Daily Social Hour at the Seagrass Lounge Concierge Services We are very pleased with the addition of the Seagrass Village to our area and thank the Sage Development Group for their investment in our community! Related Branan Field Medical Village is the New Hotspot Coming to Clay County A development off of Branan Field and Old Jennings Roads is shaping up to be the newest hotspot in Clay County, largely due to the First Coast Expressway. Senior Living Apartments Coming to Middleburg Cassie Gardens, senior-living facility, will have 96 units in a three-story building that's net square footage will be roughly 70,000 square feet. The project will be located 534 College Drive, Middleburg, FL 32068 Clay Welcomes Puma Aero Marine Puma Aero Marine recently signed a lease for a 60,000 sf hangar at Reynolds Industrial Park in Green Cove Springs. Clay Commission Discussing Rebranding County Image The Clay County Commission this month is expected to consider recommendations to showcase the county’s natural, historic and recreational resources as well as its communities to best attract tourism, new businesses and residents. Clay looks to build economy on growing health care industry The growing health care industry in Clay County is key to its future economic development although manufacturing and distribution also have major roles to play, say officials helping county leaders chart a course for attracting and retaining sustainable businesses offering residents solid, well-paying jobs. Clay Officials Tackle Tallahassee Government officials from each major community joined members of the Clay County Chamber and County Commission to advocate for local needs to state lawmakers and inform those from outside Clay County what the area has to offer. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.