We’re celebrating the addition of the Ebenezer-managed facility to our community.
Cherrywood Pointe of Savage officially opened its doors June 14 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The four-story, 136,000-square-foot development is near the Scott County Library and Savage City Hall, overlooking the Minnesota River Valley.Community leaders, including Savage Mayor Janet Williams and a representative from Rep. John Kline’s office, helped celebrate the event.The facility, featuring 64 independent senior and assisted living apartments, 24 private, memory care apartments and six enhanced-care suites, is already 50 percent reserved.
Amenities include heated underground parking, chef-prepared meals, a movie theater, coffee bar, fitness center and a salon and spa. Most units have full-size kitchens, dishwashers, walk-in closets and private balconies.
“The city of Savage is really excited to have us there; we’re the first senior living community in the city,” says Kari Kearns, Ebenezer marketing and sales consultan