Florida Living Retirement Community (Florida, US)

A residential community operated by the Florida Conference primarily for Seventh-day Adventist members on a 20-acre (eight-hectare) property made available by K. A. Wright, a retired educator. The site is a spacious countryside setting adjacent to Forest Lake Academy and is within one mile (1.6 kilometers) of a small shopping area and post office. This facility was originally planned to provide for approximately 225 residents to be constructed in stages according to need and availability of funds. The first units were opened on Sept. 12, 1965. There are presently 10 apartment buildings with six to eight units in each, 34 single-room units and an administrative building.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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