Construction is 95% complete and we are 1 to 2 months from applying for our Certificate of Occupancy (CO). Following CO, we will apply for our State License in order to fully open our doors later this Fall. Please see the following timeline for weekly updates as we near completion.
Sheetrock and architectural ceilings are 100% completed throughout the entire campus, marking a major milestone in construction progress.
We are wrapping up the EIFs and installing fencing and landscaping surrounding the campus.
All main residential spaces have been completed and we are nearing completion on all corridors, Memory Care, main venues, and administrative offices.
Our final push before CO focuses on finishing amenity spaces such as the Main Dining Room, Bistro, and club spaces (see progress photos). Following CO, we will add furniture and fixtures and look forward to showing you the finished spaces.
The generator system has passed inspection and we are beginning to test other systems.
Led by General Manager Greg Pirkle and Executive Director Amanda Beatty, we are continuing to build our team and beginning training later this month.
Join us for the following events to learn more about our programming, team, and progress. Call for details. RSVP required.
September 11th at 2 pm – High Tea at the St. Regis Atlanta
September 22nd at 2 pm – “Our Adaptive Lifestyle” Educational Zoom Presentation
1. Certificate of Occupancy (CO) Application – 4-8 Weeks
We will notify you when we have submitted our application for CO and when the City of Atlanta has completed all inspections. We are aiming to receive CO in October. We will notify you immediately once CO has been received.
2. State Licensure – Post-CO
After receiving CO, we will submit our full application to receive our license to provide Assisted Living services. While many of our future residents are fully independent, our entire community is staffed and equipped to provide wellness services directly and discretely should care needs arise. This process may take 1 to 8 weeks depending on the State. Once we’ve received our license, we will be ready to open our doors. Our team will be reaching out as we get closer to opening to coordinate move-in schedules.
3. Early Access Opening – Post State Licensure
We encourage you to play a foundational role in establishing our community. By choosing to move in during the Early Access Move-in period, you will have the opportunity to help shape Corso Atlanta and fill leadership roles in resident organizations.
Please note, due to global supply chain shortages, some materials have experienced significantly longer lead times (some as long as 30-40 weeks). Additionally, landscaping will continue to be planted throughout October and November during optimal planting season for the selected greenery. During Early Access Move-in, we kindly ask for patience as we make accommodations for temporarily delayed items and continue fine-tuning our community.
4. Expanded Opening – Post Early Access Move-in
In the 12-14 weeks following the Early Access Move-in period, we will continue to expand our amenities and place the finishing touches on the things that matter to you.