Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest Fitness Specialist Colleen Fox teaches virtual fitness class on Cedar Crest TV.

Cedar Crest TV has always been popular with residents at the Erickson Living-managed community in Pequannock, N.J., for its variety of informative and entertaining programs.

Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest's preferred real estate agents and senior moving professionals have been using technology and a variety of approved safety measures to continue heping their clients sell their homes and move to Cedar Crest.

Despite the changes resulting from COVID-19, people throughout the country continue to search for, and purchase, their next home. According to Angela Sicoli, president of New Jersey Realtors, “tight inventory” coupled with low interest rates prime 2020 to be “another great year,” perhaps even better than 2019.

Wind Crest
A view of the kitchen in the Peyton floor plan . The cabinets are white and the appliances are stainless steal. There's a granite island with seating.

Many people wonder how to save for retirement. When researching retirement living options, one aspect should be at or near the top of your priority list: financial stability. 

Wind Crest
Wind Crest Resident Services Manager Jill Homann is seen here wearing a black hat with a pink band and a blue button down shirt. She is smiling and has shoulder length brown hair.

At Wind Crest, a continuing care retirement community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., developed and managed by Erickson Living, community members practice safe social distancing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tallgrass Creek
New Tallgrass Creek resident Helen LaValley smiles for the camera next to the collection of pewter she brought with her to Tallgrass Creek. She's wearing a bright reddish-orange top and a long necklace.

The COVID-19 pandemic stopped many things but it didn’t stop people from moving to Tallgrass Creek, an Erickson Living-managed community in Overland Park, Kans. 

Among those new residents is Helen LaValley who moved to Tallgrass Creek on April 2, while residents were all adhering to shelter-in-place guidelines. 

Tallgrass Creek
Calvin Bey checks out a tomato plant in one of three garden spaces he tends at Tallgrass Creek. He's wearing wire-framed glasses, a red plaid shirt, and blue jeans.

Though fall is right around the corner, Tallgrass Creek gardeners are still enjoying summer’s bounty from their well-tended gardens. 

Irene Wieckowski is seen here smiling and sitting on a floral couch.

"There’s never been a better time to join the priority list at Seabrook,” says Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin. “Over the next five years, you’ll see renovations all across our 98-acre campus. It will be like a brand-new community. Plan now to make sure an apartment home is available when you’re ready to move.”

Riderwood Executive Director Gary Hibbs is seen here on the community television, wearing a red plaid shirt.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., the staff at Riderwood reacted nimbly, quickly making changes to keep residents safe, comfortable, and healthy while stay-at-home directives were in place.

Riderwood Sales Counselor Debbie Brumbach says people have continued to join the priority list, reserve apartment homes, and move to the community throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

One of the first and most beneficial steps people often take on their journey to moving to Riderwood is joining the community’s priority list, which is a preferred membership to secure a position for an apartment home.