Springtime is together time.
Schedule A Tour
Receive 1/2 off one month’s rent when you sign a lease by March 27.
No shoveling snow, no transportation problems, no loneliness.
Schedule A Tour
Take the worry out of winter.
A better world starts with connection.
Join us and support Blessings in a Backpack
See how we’re bringing people together and helping kids in need.
24-Hour Staff & Security
4301 Roland Ave,
Situated in the first planned suburban community in North America with a view of the historic Roland Park Water Tower, Symphony Manor of Roland Park is a bright, boutique-style senior living community. Our community is conveniently located near Union Memorial Hospital, John Hopkins Hospital and University Of Maryland Medical Center as well as The Rotunda Shopping Area and The Avenue in Hampden. Wake up every day in a safe, intentionally designed living space. We tend to the cooking, housekeeping and home maintenance so you can participate in social, cultural and exercise programs including educational lectures, “Zumba” and canvas painting. Choose from a menu of seasonal, nutritious chef-prepared dishes at our bistro or private dining room.
Enjoy discreet, supportive care, a maintenance-free lifestyle including scheduled transportation, and boutique amenities. Spend every day living fully and experiencing greater well-being.
We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.
For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.
That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.
News and resources
Stay in the know.
Why Social Connection is Especially Important For Older PeopleWhile we all have an innate need for meaningful social engagement, it plays an even more vital role in older adults’ quality of life. Consistent social connection can help keep older adults physically, emotionally and mentally fit. The significant health benefits of social connection include: A Sense of Purpose For people who spent years...
7 Signs Your Parents May Be Ready for Assisted LivingKnowing when it may be time to begin the search for assisted living for a family member can be challenging. On one hand, many seniors are adamant about staying in their own homes because they feel that is the only way to maintain their independence. On the other hand, living without access to 24-hour assistance...