Another New Business for Suwanee Gateway Area

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Credit: City of Suwanee.

An area of Suwanee (in Gwinnett County, Ga.) that has been targeted for redevelopment will soon be getting another new business. And the new entry will add to the diversity of businesses in that area.

According to a website that targets the construction industry, an “upscale” transitional care facility will open in July, with Texas-based Golden Living managing the 64-bed center. The facility will be on Northolt Parkway, near Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road and not far from I-85.

Plans were initially made for the 64-bed facility in early 2013.

The medical facility plans to have a grand opening on July 8, Kelli Luneborg, public relations director of Golden Living, said in constructionequipmentguide.com.

The Suwanee rehab center is for patients who are recovering from a variety of post-acute and post-surgical conditions, including orthopedic, cardiac and other complex, short-term rehabilitation needs, the report said.

“Salude is for people who are well enough to leave the hospital but are not quite ready to go home where they may have stairs or other things in their day to day living that may preclude them from easily getting back on their feet,” Luneborg said.

In recent years, several businesses have opened in this area of Suwanee, including the Movie Tavern, the Terraces at Suwanee Gateway apartments, and a Schlotzsky’s deli. Also, the city has opened a new police substation at I-85, and purchased and razed a blighted motel property that had become a breeding ground for crime.

— What do you think of this addition to the Suwanee area? Leave a comment below.

 

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About Steve Burns

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