A retirement project in Brentwood will break ground on its expansion next week.
On October 18 at 10 a.m. at 900 Heritage Way, The Heritage at Brentwood will hold a celebration for the groundbreaking of its expansion
The expansion, led by LCS development, includes 97 new apartments, a dining room with a display kitchen, a 300-plus seat auditorium, a woodworking shop, an Assisted Living Residence, a medical clinic, and a HealthyLife Center complete with an indoor pool, an expanded fitness room, a group exercise suite, and a day spa with a massage room. HFR Design of Brentwood is the architectural firm for the project. Once the expansion is complete, The Heritage will feature 314 apartments and villas.
To commemorate the occasion historic drawings will be unveiled, and special guests will speak, including Nashville developer John Cooper, majority owner of The Heritage and at-large member of Metro Council; Jill Burgin, Brentwood Mayor; Ken Larson, Executive Vice President at Life Care Services™, and Brenta Davis, a current resident at The Heritage.
Also, Tagatz, Executive Director of The Heritage, will welcome special guests – including: the resident who has lived at The Heritage for the most years, Helen Kennedy; the community’s Director of Human Resources and longest tenured employee, Terri Lea Bayless; and former Brentwood Mayor and current resident, Joe Reagan. The invocation will be given by The United Methodist Church Bishop and resident, Joe Penne.
Earlier this year, the Williamson Source did a story on the botanic garden being used at The Heritage for its food.