McKINNEY, Texas – HarborChase of McKinney, a new local assisted living and memory care community, is hosting a special presentation on downsizing on Wednesday, August 10 at 4 p.m. Kim Ludwig from Caring Transitions will discuss how to “Make Your Move a Bestseller.” The event is free and open to the public and will feature complimentary refreshments. HarborChase of McKinney is managed by Harbor Retirement Associates (HRA), a regional senior living development and management company based in Vero Beach, Florida.

“Downsizing is something that can cause a great deal of stress for seniors and their loved ones,” says Ashley Clark, Executive Director of HarborChase of McKinney. “Kim from Caring Transitions will be on-hand to discuss how you can make your move an easy one. She’ll share lots of helpful tips and strategies for making your move effortless and manageable.” 

In addition to the special presentation, this event will feature wine, chef-prepared appetizers and community visits. The event is free and open to the public. Space is limited. For more information or to RSVP, call (469) 712-7660.

Set to open in the fall of 2016, HarborChase will have 60 apartments and offer both assisted living and memory care. The community will feature 24-hour staff, supportive services, scheduled transportation daily, housekeeping service, concierge services and the exclusive Chef’s Fare Dining Program with customized dining experiences in multiple venues. It also includes HRA’s signature Life Enrichment Program, designed to provide social, devotional, fitness and recreational opportunities that have a positive impact on residents.

For more information on HarborChase of McKinney, visit

About Harbor Retirement Associates 

Harbor Retirement Associates (“HRA”) is a regional senior living development and management company, focused primarily on Assisted Living and Memory Care communities, but also engaged in the development and operations of Independent Living and Skilled Nursing communities. HRA operates 22 communities and is partnering on the development or acquisition of 14 more communities in 8 states. HRA manages over $100 million in revenue and approximately $400 million in assets while employing 1,600 associates. HRA is planning to double in size over the next three years. For more information, visit