A proposed senior residential development in Tan Tar A Estates appears to be off after the developers withdrew related rezoning requests from Camden County Planning & Zoning.

 A proposed senior residential development in Tan Tar A Estates appears to be off after the developers withdrew related rezoning requests from Camden County Planning & Zoning.

The P&Z office has confirmed the withdrawal, but that doesn’t mean a senior living project at Lake of the Ozarks is off the table for the Fullerton, California based Four Gems Development company. It apparently is just not happening at Tan Tar A Estates.

According to Four Gems’ website, they are now planning a project in the Village of Four Seasons, Missouri.

Vintage Landing Senior Village is described as a “resort style Continuing Care Retirement Community” that when finished will provided 200 dwelling units for independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing board and care facilities. Like the now defunct Tan Tar A project, the project is aimed at allowing residents to “age in place” throughout the different phases of their retirement years.

The location of the development is not provided on their website, but it does reference a 6.28 acre property with a single phase to construct four buildings, parking lots, walks and terraces and green space.

No timeline is given, and the status of the development with the Village of Four Seasons is unclear. The Lake Sun is in the process of reaching out to village officials for more information. Updates will be provided as they become available.

Four Gems Development describes itself as a real estate development company focused the senior housing and care market in southern California and Kansas City due to the “wide gulf” between the demand for senior living and care facilities in our aging population and the supply of these types of facilities.