published Sunday, October 27th, 2013

Under Construction: Bridge at Ooltewah adds 100 assisted-living apartments to Snow Hill Road area

The Bridge at Ooltewah, an assisted living community, is nearing completion in Ooltewah.
The Bridge at Ooltewah, an assisted living community, is nearing completion in Ooltewah.
Photo by Tim Barber.

Project: The Bridge at Ooltewah.

Owner: Managed by Century Park Associates.

Location: Snow Hill Road, next door to the Life Care Center of Ooltewah, a 120-bed rehabilitation facility.

Size: 96,100 square feet.

Contractor: Preston Management Inc.

Scope: This $18 million assisted-living facility is about 60 percent complete. It offers 100 apartments, a cafe, beauty shop, exercise room, library and private dining room. Staff will provide transportation, housekeeping and medication management to residents.

Timeline: The center will open in March 2014.

Staff: About 40 people will work at the facility when it's at capacity.

History: Century Park Associates is a family-owned company based in Chattanooga that manages 48 senior-living communities in 21 states. Century Park Associates is owned by Life Care Centers CEO Forrest L. Preston.

For more information: Call 423-485-9405.

about Shelly Bradbury...

Shelly Bradbury covers police and crime in Chattanooga and Hamilton County for the Times Free Press. She's been with the paper since 2012, working first as an intern and then as a business reporter. She is from Houghton, New York, and graduated from Huntington University in Huntington, Indiana, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in management. Before moving to Tennessee, Shelly previously interned with The Goshen News, The Sandusky Register and The Mint ...

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