Living At King'sBridge
At King’sBridge, dining, exercise, and entertainment are just steps away from your residence.
Our staff is always available to assist with little things that come up – from stamps for a birthday card to cashing a check.
“We go and do and have fun!”
And while we love the beautiful King’sBridge property, we don’t let its walls limit our independence. We go and do and have fun!
Bus trips are scheduled on a regular basis to visit local attractions, including a recent visit to Emory University to enjoy chamber music and a reception hosted by the College of Music.
A Solid Beginning
King’sBridge was founded and formed by a Board of Trustees of key business leaders from the surrounding community. We officially opened in September 1985 as a not-for-profit, entrance-fee independent living retirement community. In 1988, we converted to a lease-only community to be more accessible to our neighbors.
Our reputation is built on our commitment to superior service for our residents and continuously reinvesting to improve the King’sBridge community. We continuously upgrade and remodel resident kitchens, baths, and other spaces to meet the changing needs of our residents. And the newly remodeled Pavilion provides a brilliant setting for musical performances and vespers.