Summit Contracting Group Breaks Ground On Assisted Living Community In North Georgia

Friday, January 10, 2020

Summit Contracting Group, a Multifamily General Contractor with offices in Jacksonville, Fl. and Atlanta, has started construction of The Canopy at Boynton Ridge, an Assisted Living Community located in Fort Oglethorpe.

The Canopy at Boynton Ridge will consist of 64 units in one two-story building, total square footage of 49,697, and will include units for Assisted Living and Memory Care. Amenities include a commercial kitchen, salon/spa, interior community spaces, courtyards, and maintenance building.

Construction has started and will be complete in January 2021. The developer is Rimrock Companies and the architect is Group 4 Design, Inc.

Contact Summit at (904) 268-5515 for more information about the project; for information on the company visit www.Summit-Contracting.com

 

 


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