After years of planning and development, Restore at Carolina Park welcomed its first residents. The innovative, 55+ active adult community in Mt. Pleasant opened the first of five apartment buildings in time for residents to enjoy the winter holidays in their new homes.
“We couldn’t be more excited,” said Tony Berry, principal of The Berry Companies, Restore at Carolina Park’s lead developer. “Seeing those first residents moving into their new apartments was incredibly rewarding. And best of all, we’re only getting started.” Living in a dynamic community that caters to an engaging, active lifestyle while accommodating their needs is more appealing than ever for more and more adults ages 55 and older.
Set on 45 acres within the Lowcountry’s premier master-planned community and minutes from shopping, beaches, and historic Charleston, Restore at Carolina Park offers the best of all worlds for adults looking to make their “next fifty” their best fifty. A wide range of residential options makes transitional living easy by allowing residents to “age in place” as their needs change. In addition, the community boasts world-class amenities including an 8,000-square foot Wellness & Recreation Center with a resort-style pool and cabana, pickleball and bocce courts, indoor fitness center, and more—all managed and programmed by a full-time Fitness & Lifestyle Coordinator. Residents also enjoy lakefront walking paths with outdoor amenities highlighting the natural beauty of the property.
“The population is aging, but these people are still active, engaged, and eager to connect, learn and explore,” continued Berry. “Restore at Carolina Park is all about helping 55+ adults make the most of every day and enjoy the freedom that should come with being in this life stage.”
Right-sized residential options are only part of what sets Restore apart from other communities. For folks who desire the ultimate flexibility, Restore’s active adult apartments are a perfect fit. Elegantly appointed one and two-bedroom apartments offer both maintenance-free living and turn-key simplicity.
There will be a total of five apartment buildings—all within steps of the expansive Wellness & Recreation Center.
“People love the idea of being able to lock the door to their apartment and take off for a weekend, a week, or more to visit family and friends—or just explore the Lowcountry,” explained Berry. “And with so many mature adults moving to the area—whether it’s for their work, the Lowcountry lifestyle, or to be closer to their kids—Restore at Carolina Park offers the 55+ community options that make sense now and will make sense as they continue to age.”
Restore will also include 130 single-story cottage homes created by Encore by David Weekley Homes. For folks who need a little more of a helping hand, The Marsh at Carolina Park will open in 2022 offering a range of assisted living and memory care options focused on the specific needs of each resident. For more information, visit online at RestoreAtCP.com. For apartment leasing information, visit RestoreApts.com.