SUGAR HILL — A new assisted living facility coming to Sugar Hill will bring an estimated 91 jobs to the area.
Plans for the Holbrook Sugar Hill Assisted and Memory Living Community include 130 living units divided into 102 assisted living units and 28 memory care units.
“Our Holbrook team is excited to serve the fine citizens of Sugar Hall by stimulating purpose and a passion for life and providing a residential environment of hope, care and love,” said Al Holbrook, CEO and chairman of Holbrook Life Management.
A ground blessing ceremony for the facility was held Oct. 8 with corporate executives from Holbrook Life Management, Choate Construction, Harrison Design Architect, Abbey Hall Interiors and several Sugar Hill City Council members in attendance.
The Sugar Hill Downtown Development Authority has offered an eight-year, $5 million tax abatement incentive for the project.
“The Sugar Hill community is pumped up about Holbrook Sugar Hill,” said Steve Edwards, mayor of Sugar Hill. “We are proud to have such a great partner in our new downtown. Holbrook Sugar Hill is coming in at the right time at the right place. Our entertainment district is going fit in perfectly with the residents, their families and staff that work there.”