PALM COAST, FL: Tuscan Gardens® Senior Living has announced its expansion plans to develop a new senior living community in the city of Palm Coast. Offering Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care, Tuscan Gardens of Palm Coast will welcome residents to enjoy The Art of Living.

With the purpose of creating a continuum of care for seniors that allows them to live and thrive with purpose, passion and joy, President and Chief Development Officer, Charles C. Smith, Jr., and the committed Tuscan Gardens Executive Team developed Tuscan Gardens around the conviction that one’s quality of life shouldn’t be sacrificed to receive age-based assistance. Tuscan Gardens combines luxurious senior living, complete with elegant Italian aesthetic, with individualized care to ensure the highest quality of life for its residents. The vision for Tuscan Gardens of Palm Coast will be a vibrant community, designed to reinvigorate senior living with luxury, service and personalized attention.

“Tuscan Gardens of Palm Coast will be created by people who have all experienced the challenges of searching for quality senior living for a parent,” says Mr. Smith. “As a result, we will create a community that will not only provide a loved one with the care and support that is needed but will also nurture their love of life, respect their individuality and honor their dignity.”

Tuscan Gardens of Palm Coast will emphasize family, culture and engagement, featuring exceptional care provided by dedicated professionals, signature dining, experiences and life enrichment. The community will feature spacious, elegant private suites, fine furnishings and décor, original artwork, meticulously maintained grounds and wetlands, high ceilings, tall windows, a Tuscan kitchen, great rooms, a media center, library, salon/spa, chapel and more.

Tuscan Gardens of Palm Coast follows Tuscan Gardens’ flagship luxury senior community in Venice, which is scheduled to open late summer 2016. The approximate 17 acres of Tuscan Gardens of Palm Coast is located at Grand Haven along Colbert Lane, a half-mile south of the Palm Coast Parkway.