A groundbreaking ceremony for the Rockhill Greens development is scheduled for the morning of Wednesday, November 30th. Neighbors and community members are invited to attend. A representative from the development was scheduled to appear at the recent Oak Meyer Gardens annual meeting, but was not able to attend due to a family emergency.
Here’s some information taken from the groundbreaking event invitation:
Wednesday, November 30
6601 Rockhill Road (Parking Lot A – southeast corner)
Research Brookside Campus
Please join us as we unveil Rockhill Greens, a community that will include residential housing and commercial businesses seamlessly integrated into the existing Research Brookside Campus. The new development will promote a healthy living lifestyle and sustainable design with parks, gardens and walking trails throughout the residential and commercial campus.
• 8:30-9:30 a.m. – Light breakfast
• 9:15-9:45 a.m. – Speakers/Introductions
• 10 a.m. – Groundbreaking Ceremony
From the Rockhill Greens website:
“Rockhill Greens is an ambitious new development initiative committed to revitalizing the RMC Brookside campus, formerly the Baptist-Lutheran Medical Center, into a thriving mixed-use community including assisted living, apartments, commercial and retail uses focused on a healthy-living lifestyle.
One of the initial developments in the Rockhill Greens community will be an assisted living and memory care residential development that combines a quality list of amenities, extensive social programming, green-space and parks, and the existing RMC medical uses nearby. Our goal is to provide something close to home that also feels like home. “