Arcadia at Sewanee Launches Survey
Arcadia at Sewanee’s Board of Directors announces the launch of a survey that will determine the demand for the establishment of a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Sewanee. ProMatura, a consulting firm that is recognized nationally as one of the strongest possible advisors for such projects, has been engaged to develop and analyze the survey’s results. The survey is being disseminated to a broad range of constituents including the University’s current and retired faculty and staff, University and St. Andrew’s-Sewanee alumni, and residents of Sewanee and its surrounding communities. The survey can also be accessed by going to <https://bit.ly/3EwUfoc;.
The survey asks you to consider becoming a resident in a potential retirement community with questions related to its possible location on or near the University Domain, and what services, amenities, and lodging you would prefer. ProMatura will evaluate the responses to quantify the demand for a CCRC which will enable Arcadia, the University, and potential developers to determine the feasibility of a retirement community in Sewanee.
This effort complements Arcadia’s introduction of LiveWell on the Mountain’s aging-in-place services to the Sewanee and Monteagle communities. These two efforts are aimed at creating two viable options for those interested in coming to Sewanee to live out their retirement years.