Safety first for West Palm Beach Seniors!
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., June 5, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Gold Standard of Care is pleased to announce the long-awaited completion of the fire safety implementation thanks to the support and procuring of funds from the City of West Palm Beach.
Further enhancing the outstanding safety features for seniors living in the beautiful historic building located in downtown West Palm Beach, the fire safety implementation features a brand new, enclosed emergency stairwell for a fast and easy exit in the case of any emergency.
Gold Standard of Care’s founder, Mr. Michael Verbitsky said, “It’s been a long road and we’re glad to have had the support of so many good people in this fine city where we’ve strived to keep an affordable program for the city’s seniors amidst booming downtown developments.”
“None of this would’ve been done without the tremendous help and support from city officials, such as Jeff Greene, West Palm Beach’s city manager, and Mayor Jeri Muoio with her team. Their support and procuring of funds allowed Gold Standard of Care to complete this project for the safety of the housing community for the City’s cherished seniors,” said Verbitsky.
The site, which sits at the main artery of downtown West Palm Beach, connecting Rosemary Street and Clematis, is now home to Brightline’s Palm Beach County station connecting transit from Miami to Orlando.
Managing the four-story, diversely populated assisted living facility is “Colonial Assisted Living of West Palm Beach.” Its founder, Ricki Kaneti has been instrumental in providing exceptional and compassionate care for 170 seniors at the downtown West Palm Beach assisted living facility.
“We’re very pleased to see the completion of what’s been a three-year project in the making. Our elders are safer than ever within the historically charming building that has served as home to West Palm Beach seniors for over 40 years.”
About Gold Standard of Care, LLC
Gold Standard of Care is a leader in South Florida development for Affordable Seniors Housing. Throughout the last decade, GSC has developed, improved and deployed senior’s communities in nearly every major city of South Florida. GSC’s portfolio holdings and recent development, include communities in Miami, Broward County, Lantana, Boynton Beach, and West Palm Beach. Additionally, along the west coast of Florida in Tampa, St. Petersburg and two new communities in the Orlando area later this year.
Gold Standard of Care acknowledges thanks for this project to Rick Gonzalez and his team of engineers and architects at REG Architects. A very special thanks to David Jeda of RSJ Builders along with Marc Eisenmann, partner at Gold Standard of Care, LLC.
Source: Gold Standard of Care