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Siena Lakes
Siena Lakes’ maintenance-free model allows you more time for friends, activities, and fun.

Finding the right home to spend your retirement isn’t just about affordability or amenities or size of your home. It’s about all of those things. It’s about finding a home that offers you the most value, which comes in many shapes and sizes. 

Among senior living options, continuing care retirement communities are most likely to provide all of those things in one place.

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Retirement experts Kristine Kluge and Suzy McAllister help people realize their retirement priorities and choose a lifestyle that best suits their wants and needs.

If you’re nearing retirement age, or even if you’ve already retired, you should be researching your options. 

“It’s the prudent thing to do,” says Ameriprise Certified Financial Advisor Samantha Long. “You may discover you can enjoy a healthier, happier, more financially stable retirement if you make some changes, but you have to do your research first.”

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Hank and Nancy Greenberg say they are excited about moving to Siena Lakes when it opens in 2021.

For Hank and Nancy Greenberg, first impressions have always held a lot of weight. Like when Hank first visited Naples, Fla., on a business trip. 

“We were living in Charlotte, N.C., and we thought that was beautiful—and it is. I thought we’d be there forever. But when I came to Naples for a business trip, I was overwhelmed,” he recalls.

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Darlene Eckel (left) enjoys life at Lantern Hill so much that her daughter Lynn O’Neill (right) moved there with her husband as soon as she turned 62.

Finding the right home to spend your retirement isn’t just about cost, or amenities, or the food. It’s not just about continuing care or the size and style of your home. It’s about all of those things. It’s about finding a home that offers you the most value, which comes in many shapes and sizes. 

Lantern Hill

This October, Lantern Hill’s sixth residence building, Bell Pavilion, opens its doors and welcomes its first residents. But that’s not all. Along with 167 brand-new apartment homes, Bell Pavilion also opens Bistro 1720 and The Crown bar, just two of many amenities Bell Pavilion adds to the campus focused on active, maintenance-free living.

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Five older adults practice tai chi.

It’s no secret that physical exercise promotes physical and cognitive health in older adults, but does low-intensity exercise make an impact? 

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Linda Mincer, who lives at Devonshire at PGA National, performs a lovely ballet routine at the show.

Dazzling a full house of almost 300 neighbors inside the Stafford ballroom, members of the Devonshire community recently showcased their many talents at the highly anticipated annual variety show. 

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(Left) Manager of Resident Services Marty Bores and community member Lois Edelstein have been helping Devonshire neighbors set up and use the My Erickson app.

For many Devonshire community members, daily technology usage enhances the premier lifestyle they enjoy at the Erickson Living community at PGA National. 

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Priority list members often consult with the Devonshire custom interiors department.

As the steamy summer months give way to gentle fall breezes, the Devonshire sales office is buzzing with record-breaking activity meeting with people from all over the country who wish to escape to Florida and avoid the traditional winter weather.