Episcopal retirement community to break ground on new cottages in West Columbia

June 24, 2013 

A cottage rendering.

COURTESY OF STILL HOPES

— Still Hopes, an Episcopal retirement community in West Columbia, is breaking ground on 25 cottages it is calling “the next generation of senior living.”

The unveiling of the cottages will take place 6-8 p.m. June 25.

Built for retirees who can live independently, Indigo Woods features two-bedroom, two-bath cottages with two-car garages. The amenities include a wellness center, atrium area with market, library cafe, salon and business center, and four restaurants.

The cost of the duplex-style homes, which range from 1,575 to 1,903 square feet, will start in the mid-$300,000 price range.

Construction on the first phase of eight cottages is set to begin this fall.

Still Hopes is a Continuing Care Retirement Community that provides residents different levels of care as they age, including assisted living and health care.

Carolyn Click

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