Sharon Towers’ own Ralph and Marinell Bostian were recently featured in a Charlotte magazine article about finding love in Charlotte’s senior community.

You can read the article here.

"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
Residents

"Whether I eat in the main dining room or at Allison’s, the meals are first class.”

Isabel Draper
Resident

"There is real cooperation and respect between Sharon Towers residents, their families and the administrative staff. Every effort is made to accommodate individual residents requests while also ensuring the best medical care and quality of life."

Carol Young
Resident

"Sharon Towers is a place where everyone can feel comfortable. With a calendar full of all kinds of activities, you'll be surprised how quickly you make true and abiding friends."

Lib Astin
Resident

"The big secret is that Sharon Towers is one of the best restaurants in town.”

Isabel Draper
Resident

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