Real estate investment firm 29th Street Capital and senior living developer Solinity have partnered to acquire assets under a new brand, Enrich Senior Living.

The groups will focus on assets in the southeastern United States, building on 29th Street Capital’s history of acquiring and repositioning assets coupled with Solinity’s management and marketing expertise in senior living.

 “Enrich Senior Living will show the high-quality living environment and care in an affordable manner by allowing those who seek senior living the opportunity to thrive in our communities,” said Erik Kolacinski, president of Enrich Senior Living. “Our primary goal is to serve our seniors with compassion and care, while creating superior living experiences.”

Enrich recently acquired its first community, Shekinah Home in Norcross, GA.

“We are excited that the exterior will receive a complete facelift,” said Josh Crisp, CEO of Solinity. “The home is 32 years old and hasn’t seen too many updates over the last few years. Additions will include outdoor updates, features and gardens for the residents to enjoy. All apartments will be newly renovated, as well as the common areas, and added services and amenities.

The community will now be called Enrich @ 519.