Fountaingate Gardens’ Residency Agreement Approval: What Does It Mean for Me?

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You may have seen that The New York State Department of Health approved Fountaingate Gardens to begin accepting reservations.But, what does that mean for you and other Long Island seniors?

The approval means a few things. It means that the state of New York has thoroughly reviewed the contracts and plans for Fountaingate Gardens, and has confidence in the proposed senior living community. Their approval brings the vision for Fountaingate Gardens another step closer to creating an extraordinary Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community or CCRC) in the heart of Long Island. For you, it means that you can now make your reservation for your future residence and exciting lifestyle in the location YOU want!

The reservation process is well underway, with members of the Charter Club already selecting their residences. Each Charter Club depositor received a number that determines the order in which they will be invited to select their new apartment home. With only 176 modern and spacious apartments available, and more than 225 priority depositors in line to choose their new homes, residences are expected to be reserved quickly—especially some of the more popular floor plans, like the Azalea, which was the new home of choice for Fountaingate Gardens’ first depositor!

If you’re interested in making Fountaingate Gardens your new home, now is the best time for you to take advantage of the fleeting opportunity to join the Charter Club. Membership in the Charter Club will add you to the exclusive list of individuals and couples who are able to view the detailed plans, and give you priority access to reserve one of the residences.

To learn more, schedule a personal appointment today, where you can discuss your future and the dynamic lifestyle, robust amenities, and quality services that will be available at Fountaingate Gardens. Our friendly, no-pressure sales team can be reached at 631-715-2693.

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