Isakson Living is excited to announce that Peachtree Hills Place has won the 2020 Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Award in the 55+ category. With over 90 submissions vying for top honors across ten categories, Peachtree Hills Place has been recognized as the top community in the 55+ category.... read more →
WSB-TV 2′s Michael Seiden spoke with Donna Moore, the chief operating officer at Isakson Living, which owns and operates Park Springs in Stone Mountain, as part of a dedicated newscast regarding the pending COVID-19 vaccine. He asked her about the steps Park Springs has been taking to prepare to administer... read more →
Congratulations to the staff and 500 members of Park Springs for receiving the 2020 Award of Honor from LeadingAge Georgia! The Award of Honor, the association’s highest award, is presented annually to a distinguished individual or organization who has provided outstanding leadership to the Georgia association and whose exemplary service... read more →
The Seniors Housing Business October/November issue featured an article by Donna Moore, COO at Isakson Living, outlining a guide to overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic. In the article, Moore shares that the secret to beating COVID-19 in our senior centers may have less to do with PPE and testing, and more... read more →
Club, restaurants, croquet court and fitness center open as construction continues on additional residences in Atlanta’s historic neighborhood. Read more here!
We're excited about The Terraces at Peachtree Hills Place opening soon! Read the story here!
Recently our very own Andy Isakson, as well as a few select Members, shared the progress of Peachtree Hills Place with the Northside Neighbor. Read the story here!
Listen to our COO, Donna Moore, in this two-part series. Episode One “Locking-In To Save Lives” can be accessed here.
The Champion published a story on June 26 regarding the return home of 75 Park Springs staff who voluntarily locked-in on campus for nearly three months to ensure the safety and well-being of their members during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Nurses as well as workers in food and beverage services,... read more →
Associated Press published a story on June 13 regarding the return home of more than 70 Park Springs staff who committed to sheltering in place on campus 24/7 for nearly three months to protect their members from COVID-19. Nursing homes – among the hardest hit places by the novel coronavirus... read more →