Bonita Springs Luncheon to serve up delicious information about the New Life Plan community
Baby boomers who want to know what makes the Life Plan community of Moorings Park Grande Lake Simply the BestÂ® or who have questions about Life Plan communities in general, are encouraged to join Moorings Park Grande Lake for one of its delicious information lunches.
The next Community Information Luncheon will be on Thursday, October 7 at 11:30 p.m. at DeRomo’s Restaurant. Located at 26811 S. Bay Drive in Bonita Springs, seating for this event is limited for security reasons. To register, please visit MooringsPark.org/Events or call 239-778-9574 before October 5th.
The UN pension community
The Life Plan community of Moorings Park Grande Lake has been touted as the âbestâ in many ways, in large part because it was designed to be unlike any other retirement community in the country. Used to Simply the BestÂ® when it comes to spacious, luxurious homes and active social living, baby boomers recognize they have both at Moorings Park Grande Lake – the UN retirement community. of Southwest Florida, developed in partnership with London Bay Homes.
Clubhouse “Grande” opens its doors to rave reviews
âWow! Hard to believe we’re finally here! This Clubhouse looks exactly like the look we’ve shown people over the past two yearsâ¦ in fact, it’s even sexier,â notes Tom Mann, VP of Sales and marketing from Moorings Park Communities. “Our first 150 members, who already live here, are blown away by this. It feels like you are in one of the most beautiful resorts in the country.”
From its state-of-the-art fitness center with a TrackMan golf simulator and relaxing Rejuvenate Lounge and Spa, to its stylish bistro and fine dining featuring creative cuisine, plus a resort-style pool and cabanas by the waterfront. lake – Moorings Park Grande Lake has all the top notch indoor and outdoor amenities you are looking for.
The three new restaurants in the community include the Zest CafÃ© and the Bistro; Savor 26, an upscale but relaxed âmust-haveâ with a fun menu; and BlueStone, the fine dining restaurant with an emphasis on meats, seafood and general cuisine. âThe restaurants are beautiful but the foodâ¦ oh, my Godâ¦ so good! Believe me, if you live here your friends are going to be jealous, âobserves Mann.
Another incredible benefit that members can reap is having concierge physicians on site. The Center for Healthy Living with Rehabilitation Services, as well as the Care 360 ââConcierge Health Care Program, developed in partnership with NCH Healthcare System, is located in the Clubhouse. Offering a superior level of personalized primary care, Care 360 ââservices are available to you at no additional cost other than the usual co-payments.
Luxury homes with extraordinary views
There is no doubt that the views from every residence in this 55-acre community facing the beautiful 28-acre lake have created a buzz throughout Southwest Florida.
The spacious residences have two bedroom plus den or three bedroom plans with 2,230 to 5,726 square feet of air. Open floor plans are great for entertaining family and friends, especially with the inclusion of a wet or dry bar. The expansive kitchen designs include a center island and a set of upgraded appliances. Of course, don’t forget the expansive verandas to help bring the outdoors indoors for the ultimate Florida lifestyle. Enjoy the sunsets on the Gulf Coast.
In addition, each house has two private elevator entrances for maximum privacy and comfort. Entrance fees for Moorings Park Grande Lake residences start at $ 2 million and are refundable at 70 percent, a portion of which is tax deductible.
Join our delicious lunch at DeRomo
As Moorings Park Communities remains the only nonprofit in the country with A or A + ratings by Service Standards and Poor and Fitch Ratings, the organization strives to help residents succeed in living longer lives, healthier and happier.
To learn more about Moorings Park Grande Lake and its premier lifestyle, attend this exclusive October 7th event. RSVP by October 5 by visiting MooringsPark.org/Events or calling 239-778-9574.