Business closings, openings and anniversaries: Week of Jan. 20

January 20, 2014 

Christian Care Communities, Kentucky's largest faith-based non-profit provider of senior living and care, has opened its newest assisted senior care community, Bridgepointe at Ashgrove Woods. The community will integrate the internationally recognized Best Friends approach to care into its Adult Day Center, Memory Care and Assisted Senior Care programs. In addition, families have the option of living close to their parents in an estate or townhome nearby in the Ashgrove Woods development.

Bridgepointe will accommodate 72 residents, 40 adult day guests and employ approximately 40 people. The address for Bridgepointe at Ashgrove Woods in Brannon Crossing is 5220 Grey Oak Lane, Nicholasville. Bridgepointe is part of Christian Care Communities, Kentucky's largest faith-based, not-for-profit provider of senior living, services and long-term care for older adults with locations in Louisville, Lexington, Corbin, Taylorsville, Bowling Green, Hopkinsville, Hartford, Owensboro and Midway. Visit Bridgepointeassistedcare.com for more information.

■ Lexington-based Fazoli's now has an enhanced online and mobile ordering platform that allows Fazoli's fans to browse the full menu of box lunches, pasta, pizza, salads and of course, breadsticks — using any mobile device or computer. Details such as desired time of pick-up or delivery can be managed on the online platform, which also allows users to pay for their order and save favorite orders to help when placing future orders.

Irving Materials, a construction industry material supplier and contractor, has acquired W.T. Congleton Co., a Lexington-based ready mix concrete supplier. Irving Materials has integrated W.T. Congleton's entire production staff and Lexington plant operations into its IMI Concrete division. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Headquartered in Indianapolis, IMI Concrete has operated in Kentucky for decades and has more than 45 concrete plants in the state, including 10 in the greater Lexington-Frankfort area. Founded in 1915, W.T. Congleton was a third-generation family-owned business that installed Lexington's first central mix concrete plant.

First Watch restaurant has announced plans to open its third restaurant in Lexington this spring. The restaurant will be located in Hamburg Place, off of I-75 and Winchester Road. The new 3,700-square-foot restaurant will employ about 25 people. First Watch serves its entire menu seven days a week from 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The restaurant also offers guests complimentary newspapers and free Wi-Fi Internet access.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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