Discover private studio and two-bedroom shared floor plan options and pricing. Apartments are intentionally designed to create a safe and comfortable environment to show off your personal style and easily access discreet care when you need it.
A gift of cozy holiday connections from our grateful family to yours.
Receive $2,000 off one month’s rent* when you sign a lease by December 31.
This offer ends when the clock strikes midnight New Year’s Eve – schedule a tour today.
*Lease must be signed and financial possession must be taken by midnight December 31, 2022. Offer applied to February rent. Cannot be combined with other offers. Rental rates only, care not included. See Community for details.
Monthly rate includes:
Private Apartments with a Selection of Floor Plans
Three Chef-Prepared Meals Every Day
Weekly Housekeeping and Linen Service
Scheduled Transportation to Outings and Appointments
Note: Monthly rental rate does not include the cost of assisted living services, personal care or memory support services, which are determined based on an individual evaluation. Contact the community for details.
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