Frampton Construction Co. LLC wrapped up work late this summer at a new 100-unit locale for older residents near Summerville.
The Blake at Carnes Crossroads is opening off U.S. Highway 17A in the emerging master-planned community. Sitting on a 3.7-acre site at the property’s front gate, the 84,000-square-foot building is the Charleston-based contractor’s third facility for Blake Management Group in South Carolina. Sister operations are The Blake at Woodcreek Farms in Elgin and The Blake at Edgewater in Indian Land.
Carnes Crossroads eventually will feature hundreds of homes as well as medical offices, shops and restaurants. Dozens of homes, amenities, a school, parks and a church have been built in the 2,500 acre community, developed by Daniel Island Co.
Construction of The Blake at Carnes Crossroads began in spring 2016. Frampton Construction joined with Cardinal Ventures, a senior living developer from Ridgeland, Mississippi, and parent of Blake Management Group.
The group pledges “senior housing excellence” through developing top-notch communities that provide high-end housing, wellness, dietary and activities. The facilities are designed to enhance residents’ dignity and quality of life. Blake Management Group focuses on offering luxurious, home-like communities with resort style perks.
The Blake counts a collection of 13 communities in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and South Carolina. With offices in Charleston and in Charlotte, Frampton Construction describes itself as a regional full-service construction firm zeroed in on planning and design support, preconstruction, construction services and sustainability services. The company is positioned to manage projects in the Carolinas and beyond, Frampton Construction says.
Originally published in The Post and Courier
SUMMERVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA: Blake Management Group (BMG) is pleased to announce the hiring of Kathryn Daugherty as executive director and Stephanie Crane as the director of sales for The Blake at Carnes Crossroads. Daugherty and Crane come with a wealth of experience within the senior living industry, having both spent the last decade working with various senior organizations.
Daugherty began volunteering at a local assisted living community at the age of 8 and has not looked back since. Following her undergraduate studies in child and family development at Georgia Southern University, she went on to receive a master’s degree in gerontology from the University of Missouri. Throughout her career in senior living, Daugherty has held roles in her communities ranging from activities assistant to director of sales to executive director, and she brings with her experiences from all areas within the assisted living community. Her love of life and creating and enjoying new experiences with those around her are what make her such a valuable addition to the BMG team.
Much like Daugherty, Crane has had a heart for the senior population from a young age when she would volunteer at the nursing home where her mother was a nurse. Upon graduation from East Carolina University in 2007, she went to work for the Gaston County Department of Social Services and has remained in senior care ever since. Crane is an active member of the Low Country Senior Network and is devoted to ensuring our senior population is being cared for, which makes her a perfect fit for The Blake at Carnes Crossroads.
The Blake is prominently located in the Carnes Crossroads development at 4015 2nd Avenue. The on-site sales center is now open and can be found directly across from Northwood Church. Call Stephanie Crane today at 843.494.0630 to schedule an appointment. Early residents will have the ability to reserve their exact apartment and take advantage of move-in specials. Visit blakeliving.com for upcoming news regarding the opening of the facility in the summer of 2017.
Blake Management Group is a privately owned senior living management company which operates all Blake communities with the goal to ensure residents receive the best care in every market they serve. With locations in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and South Carolina, Blake-managed communities blend modern Southern sensibilities with compassionate care. Blake communities are staffed by a licensed practical nurse 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Also, The Blake takes pride in delivering an upscale restaurant-style dining experience with highly trained chefs and food prepared purposefully for seniors. Blake signature dishes are prepared by the executive chef and delivered to residents by dedicated servers. BMG looks forward to serving the seniors of the Low Country by building a new tradition in care.
Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a full-service construction firm with offices in Charleston, S.C. and Charlotte, N.C., recently announced it has joined with Cardinal Ventures to bring another assisted living and memory care community to the state of South Carolina.
The Blake at Carnes Crossroads is the second project Frampton has teamed with Ridgeland, Miss.-based senior living developer Cardinal Ventures. The project is a sister community to The Blake at Woodcreek Farms, which is currently under construction by Frampton in Elgin, S.C.
Part of the namesake of both communities derives from Blake Management Group (BMG), the management company of Cardinal Ventures.
The Blake at Carnes Crossroads is an 88,000-square-foot, 100-unit assisted living and memory care community strategically located to enjoy the attractions of both Summerville and Goose Creek.
Sitting just 20 miles northwest of Charleston, S.C., The Blake began construction on March 31 and is scheduled to be complete by May of 2017.
The Blake will be a premier anchor for the new Carnes Crossroads master planned community, a 3.7 acre site developed by Daniel Island Company, which includes medical offices, shops, restaurants, a school, parks and a church.
This article originally appeared on Senior Housing News.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA: A modern senior living experience is making its way to the Charleston area, offering a new tradition in care. The Blake at Carnes Crossroads will offer exciting opportunities to the area’s seniors and their families. Groundbreaking is imminent and The Blake at Carnes Crossroads is scheduled to open in early 2017.
Cardinal Ventures, based in Mississippi, is developing this 88,000 square-‐foot building which will feature suites outfitted for comfortable, safe, and enjoyable senior living. The assisted living options include both two bedroom units and one bedroom units. The memory support facility focusing on Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care will feature both studio and one-‐bedroom units.
“We chose this Summerville location for many reasons,” says Harrison Young of Cardinal Ventures, the architect and developer of The Blake at Carnes Crossroads. “Summerville was listed in the Top 25 Places to Retire by CNN Money due to its affordability and medical centers and Carnes Crossroads, where The Blake will be located, is a master planned community developed by the Daniel Island Company that will offer medical offices, shops, restaurants, parks, a school, and a church. It was a perfect fit.”
Blake Management Group (BMG) is a privately owned company which operates Blake senior living communities with the goal to ensure residents receive the best care in every market they serve. With locations in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and now, South Carolina, Blake managed communities blend modern Southern sensibilities with compassionate care. Blake communities are staffed by a Registered Nurse 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Also, The Blake takes pride in delivering an upscale restaurant-‐style dining experience with highly trained chefs and food prepared purposefully for seniors. Blake signature dishes are prepared by an Executive Chef and delivered to residents by trained dedicated servers.
The Blake and Blake Management Group are deeply rooted in hospitality. “Our leaders have broad experience in both senior living and the hospitality industries, and we have designed amenities with this worry-‐free resort model in mind” explains Jeremy Cole, BMG CEO. “As a result, the lives of seniors are enriched by an environment that both promotes healthy living and provides an atmosphere of service to our residents.” He added, “I look at every service delivered, every meal served, and every person cared for through the lens of if it would be good enough for my mother.”
It’s at The Blake that those looking for the best in care and quality of life will also find the best value around. The value can be seen immediately in the beauty of our community but also how resident care programming is delivered. “We use a concierge approach for wellness,” says Glenn Barclay, COO of BMG. “Our Blake team will partner up with healthcare networks to create a comprehensive wellness program. Services are at our residents’ fingertips, whether it’s a doctor, medication, home health, or physical therapy. It’s all right there in the building.”
A Blake Experience welcome center is expected to open near the site in the summer of 2016. Early residents will have the ability to reserve their exact unit and take advantage of move in specials. Visit blakeatcarnescrossroads.com for upcoming news regarding development and pre-opening sales.