What is Sharon Towers’ pricing structure?
What is an Entry Fee?
Do you get the Entry Fee back?
Are there tax benefits to coming to a community like Sharon Towers?
Again, it is important to consult with your tax professional to determine if you qualify for a medical tax deduction.
What levels of care are offered at Sharon Towers?
Our memory support wing within our Health Care Center is Comfort Matters-accredited. (Sharon Towers is the only community in North Carolina to hold this distinction.)
May I customize my cottage or apartment?
Does Sharon Towers provide reserved parking and storage?
What is the Sharon Club? How do you become a member? What is the cost?
*Application fees: $1,000 wait list fee and a non-refundable $100 per person application fee, so $1,100 should accompany an individual’s application while $1,200 should accompany a couple’s application.
Will I pay real-estate taxes or need to carry home insurance?
Are pets welcome at Sharon Towers?
Is Sharon Towers a non-smoking campus?
Why should I choose Sharon Towers?
- We are lucky in Charlotte to have the number of excellent communities that we do, and we have the utmost respect for our neighbors. Perhaps it will help to know what we hear people say most often about us. (We hear these same things over and over from residents, residents’ family members, people who visit us during their research phase, and more.) History – people appreciate that we opened our doors in 1969, giving us a long, successful track record.
- Campus – people love our pretty, green, lush campus and are surprised to discover we have 28.5 acres.
- Location (location, location) – people are excited to realize what a quick walk or drive it is to the multitude of shops and restaurants in the SouthPark neighborhood. We’ve heard more than once that you can’t beat our location with a stick.
- Community (this one is more of an intangible, but we think the most important of all) – people tell us time and time again how welcome they feel when they come through our doors, whether they are here to visit, have just moved here or are a long-time resident. Becoming a warm, welcoming, inviting community is not something that you can simply include as a yearly goal or hash out in a strategic planning session; it just is. Knowing that people moving here are often leaving homes they’ve lived in for 40 years or more, this aspect of our community means the world to us – and we think to our residents and their families as well.
"We actually have more freedom now at Sharon Towers than we ever had in a house. There are activities for everyone! I enjoy knitting group while Doug plays poker, bridge and attends the Bible study."
Emily (and Doug) Booth
"Whether I eat in the main dining room or at Allison’s, the meals are first class.”