Tapestry House Assisted Living expands

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ROSWELL, Ga. — Roswell city leaders welcomed the expansion of 64 new suites at the Gardens of Roswell assisted living facility.

A groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the occasion took place Friday, Dec. 13 at 9212 Nesbit Ferry Road in Alpharetta.

Milton L. Cruz, owner of Insignia Senior Living, was in attendance along with Dean Peacock, principal of Peacock Construction.

Invited guests included Maria Rose of the Johns Creek Chamber of Chamber, Roswell city leaders, Julie Vickers, executive director of the Tapestry House, Zee Jennings, executive director of Tapestry House, and Tracie Kolody, executive director of Carlton Senior Living in Sandy Springs.

All three of these senior living facilities are owned by Milton L. Cruz.

The health care real estate and investment group last year opened the first assisted living and memory care facility in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The latest project, a 64-suite addition to Gardens of Roswell Senior Living and Memory Care will offer studio and one-bedroom apartments with assisted living amenities as well as medication management.

The facility will also accommodate a 30-day rehab step-down program from hospital discharge. Construction for the expansion is expected to be completed by the end of September 2014.

For more information, visit www.insigniaseniorliving.com.