Bell Tower Place Senior Apartments is proud to announce their selection as a 2016 Best of Senior Living Award Winner on SeniorAdvisor.com, the largest rating and reviews site for senior living, care and services in North America.
Dan Fitzgerald has been part of the Horizon team for 16 years, beginning in the development department. In 2007, Dan became a shareholder in the company. He continued focusing on business development and sales, before becoming the President of Horizon Construction Group, Inc. and Horizon Development. Group, Inc.
The Globe, a new apartment building managed by Horizon Management Services, Inc., held a private dedication ceremony and a public open house Thursday to mark its grand opening. State Sen. Scott Fitzgerald, state Rep. John Jagler and Mayor John David were among the speakers at the dedication.
Construction of the new Camelback Lodge and Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark is well underway. Scheduled to open Spring 2015 Camelback Lodge will feature 453 guest rooms, multiple dining options, adult and kids spa, 20,000 sq ft of event space along with a 30,000 sq ft family entertainment center, indoor ropes courses, laser tag arena, bowling, and glow in the dark mini golf. Connected to the lodge is Aquatopia, the largest indoor waterpark in the Northeast. At 125,000 sq ft it will house 13 innovative water slides, 7 pools, a wave pool, and FlowRider.
Groundbreaking at Greenways - August 15, 2013. Pictured left to right: Bill Johnson, WC Johnson, LLC (Development Partner); John Rhoades, Summit Bank & Trust (Lending Partner); Allison Duerr, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP (Legal Counsel); Charlie Johnson, WC Johnson, LLC; John Thode, Horizon Development Group (Development Partner); Debi Ross, Ross Management Group (Property Manager); Councilman Chris Herndon, District 11 Councilman; and Ray Kieft, Stapleton and Park Hill Seniors Organization.
Philip Schultz, President of Horizon Management Services, Inc. discusses the opening of the new income affordable multi-family apartments, and the resurgence of a residential community in the wake of abandoned industry.