Riverchase Village Senior Living Community
The community was constructed about 1999. It was purchased by Sunwest Management in a state-mandated change of ownership in November 2006. The mandate followed an Alabama Department of Public Health inspection score of 24/100 in June 2006. A reinspection on October 27, 2007 raised the score to 81/100. Subsequent visits indicated that all remaining issues had been addressed.
The facility was subsequently held by a limited-liability corporation called Riverchase Village ADK and operated as an affiliate of St Simon's Health Care of Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2015 Birmingham-based Omega Communities proposed to spend $18 million to purchase and renovate the property if the City of Hoover would issue tax-free bonds on their behalf. The facility would be upgraded to accommodate patients with memory-affective disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease and dementia.
- DeButts, Jimmy (December 28, 2007) "Riverchase Village will have probational status dropped." Birmingham Business Journal
- Anderson, Jon (June 27, 2015) "Riverchase Village Senior Living Community set for $18 million purchase, rehab." The Birmingham News
- Riverchase Village website