Atlas Senior Living Continues Fast Growth with Acquisition of Three Georgia Communities

Birmingham-based Atlas Senior Living continues on its fast trajectory this year with the acquisition of three more communities in the Atlanta area.

Previously under Allegro Senior Living, the new community names under Atlas are Legacy Ridge at Marietta, Legacy Ridge at Alpharetta, and Legacy Ridge at Buckhead, three properties located in highly sought-after senior housing locations. All three offer assisted living and memory care services. The dining, care services, and activities will mimic the other Legacy Ridge communities under Atlas, such as the implementation of signature programs Freedom Dining, The Academy and the SPIRIT Memory Care Program.

“We are honored to have this opportunity to serve more seniors and their families in the Atlanta area with our high-quality services and programs,” said Scott Goldberg, President and CEO. “Even during times like these, Atlas continues acting on its mission to serve and enhance seniors and associates while being a resource and comfort for families. We are proud of how our teams have navigated these difficult times and have stayed true to our mission.”

In March 2020, Atlas was one of the first senior living companies to implement COVID-19 testing from its lab solely dedicated to these initiatives.

“There are great opportunities for senior housing in the Atlanta market,” said Greg Crutcher, Chief Marketing Officer. “With each area that Atlas is in, we strive to enhance and complement that unique location through our strong operational efficiency and offering enriching programs for seniors in an upscale setting.”

Atlas is growing in Georgia. In addition to its three new communities, the company recently acquired Legacy at Savannah Quarters in Pooler, GA, Legacy Ridge at Woodstock, and Legacy Ridge at Neese Road in Woodstock, and Legacy Ridge at Sweetwater Creek in Lithia Springs in 2019. The company also has plans to open its upcoming Legacy Reserve at Old Town community in Columbus later in 2020.

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