First Of 100 Planned WholeLife Communities Launched On Mountain Creek Road
Friday, August 03, 2012
Lowery Companies has broken ground in Chattanooga on the first of 100 WholeLife communities planned for development nationwide over the next five to seven years.
The site is at 1240 Mountain Creek Road.
Operating as WholeLife, Inc., the company is "the first national developer to design a housing concept for the booming group of empty nesters looking to downsize—but who no longer count on equity growth through home ownership. Now, WholeLife offers them luxury residential communities built to Class A custom home standards, available solely on a rental basis."
Besides Chattanooga, WholeLife, Inc. controls sites in Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas, said John Lowery, CEO, Lowery Companies.
“WholeLife is about 'attainable luxury living' for the successful adult seeking a five-star lifestyle without the capital investment normally associated with a luxury home. Instead of settling for a third floor walk-up apartment like they had in college or early careers, WholeLife offers a high-design, luxury-inspired home within an upscale neighborhood—for rent,” Mr. Lowery said.
The suburban-style Traditions cottages – such as the ones underway in Chattanooga – are set within a community of 100-150 residences from 1,500-2,000 square feet. The Traditions communities feature designer landscaping and the ambience of a traditional American community. An expansive WholeLife Club is at the center of community life, with space for gatherings, events, state-of-the-art fitness center, designer swimming pool, game room, business center, and more.
The Concierge communities for urban settings offer a lifestyle comparable to living in a luxury hotel, with 100-200 residences in a multistory building with onsite shops, spas, and multiple dining choices, it was stated.
WholeLife communities also feature 24/7 concierge medical care through partnerships with area medical practices to provide convenient on-site urgent care, specialist referrals, dietary and fitness consultations, and in-home care.
Mr. Lowery said he is actively seeking partners to bring the WholeLife concept to all 50 states—and beyond. He believes the concept will attract landholders, builders, developers, owner/operators, and others within the multi-family real estate industry, and invites interested parties to contact him.
Lowery Companies brings extensive experience and expertise to design, development, construction and marketing of targeted housing (active adult, senior independent and assisted living) and multi-faceted resorts in high traffic, amenity heavy markets, officials said. The company has built more than 3,500 of the home designs for sale that are now being offered on a rental basis. Visit wholelifeworld.com.