The Asbury Place team finished in 3rd place in the Foothills Walk team fund raising competition with a total of $6,282 raised for Alzheimer’s TN!
Two-Year Retroactive IRA Charitable Rollover Extension:
H.R. 8 includes a two-year retroactive extension of the IRA Charitable Rollover provision that lapsed on December 31, 2011. Specifically, the new law retroactively reinstates the Rollover for 2012 and allows any otherwise eligible gifts made after December 31, 2012 and before February 1, 2013 to be treated as a 2012 donation. The new law also specifies that any portion of a distribution from an IRA to a taxpayer made after November 30, 2012 and before January 1, 2013 may be treated as a qualified charitable distribution for purposes of the IRA Charitable Rollover. Finally, the IRA Charitable Rollover has been reinstated for all of 2013 and will now expire at the end of this year, on December 31, 2013.(The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 7 Jan. 2013)
Asbury Place Maryville offers brand new apartment homes with charter member benefits.
For a limited time, those who reserve a new apartment home enjoy the following Charter Member benefits:
- Best selection of residential living style and location
- Preferential pricing
- Invitations to special Members-only events and engagements
- Updates on the latest community news and information
- Additional Charter Member benefits
Our design for retirement living is growing at Asbury Place Maryville – and your opportunities are, too. Join us at our Welcome Center to see a preview of what’s coming to the campus, including:
- 48 brand new apartments
- Expanded clubhouse
- Enhanced surroundings
MARYVILLE, TN – September 21, 2010 – Asbury, Inc. announced that it broke ground on its St. Clair Apartments project at Asbury Place Maryville today. The groundbreaking took place at the Asbury Place Maryville campus, 2648 Sevierville Road, Maryville, TN. The ceremony included local officials and staff. Staff members who have been with Asbury for twenty or more years were honored.
With an estimated construction cost of $6 million, St. Clair Apartments at Asbury Place included new residential apartment homes, a new Wellness Center and Dining Room, and renovations to the existing Clubhouse.
The apartments will range in size from 900 to more than 1500 square feet, with a choice of 1, 2 or 3-bedroom floor plans with walk-in closets, full kitchens, telephone, internet and cable hookups, built-in garbage disposals, dishwashers, washers and dryers and central heating and air. Other features include choice of interior colors, window treatments, skylights on upper floors, pocket doors, tray ceilings, optional fireplaces, smoke detection and sprinklers, screened porches, elevators, and under building garages with automatic door openers.
The groundbreaking is a milestone in making true enhancements to the retirement lifestyle at Asbury. Bistro-style and private dining, a brand-new Wellness Center, and fitness classes combine to make tangible Asbury’s vision of a person-centered approach to overall wellness.
“St. Clair is a direct response to what people fifty-five and better are looking for in residences at a community. Residences are becoming more personalized and customized, and they have accents and finishes that rival other new home construction. Senior living communities are upgrading their wellness centers in response to more residents focusing on fitness and a dedication to staying healthy longer. Restaurant-style and quality dining is also now the norm, including having an executive chef, fresh ingredients and more menu choices,” said Joy Evans, The Asbury Group’s Regional Director of Marketing.
Tesa Brown, Asbury Place Maryville Executive Director, added, “This is a much-anticipated day for Asbury Place Maryville. Residents at St. Clair will have an active lifestyle, a better lifestyle, and it’s exciting to see all the planning become reality. Asbury Place Maryville has a full continuum of on-site care, and St. Clair is now a significant part of that.”
Joseph Construction of Knoxville is the construction consultant and anticipates as many as 125 workers will be employed for the project.
Reservations are now being accepted for the apartments, and a welcome center on the Asbury campus provides further information. For a limited time, those who reserve a new apartment home receive Charter Member benefits, including the best selection of residential living style and location, preferential pricing, and invitations to special Members-only events.