Glass-enclosed, climate-controlled walkways connect buildings at Cedar Crest so residents can avoid inclement weather while accessing everything they need, like restaurants, the fitness center, the medical center, and activities.

Last year, March dumped four major snow storms on New Jersey within a span of three weeks. Such weather isn’t unusual for the region and often lasts into April. 

Renée Polay lounges in a chair in her sunny, well lit home at Cedar Crest.

Cedar Crest’s wide variety of floor plans make it an affordable retirement living option for a range of budgets.

A man in a grey track suit and a woman in a purple shirt smile for the camera

With Cedar Crest at near-complete occupancy, apartment homes are a hot commodity when one becomes available. One special group of people is privy to those that open up before anyone else. 

(From left) Director of Dining Services Paul Cimins, Sous Chef Jeff Cenko, Executive Chef Adam McDonald, Oak Room Dining Room Manager Charles Johnson, and Campus Chef Harris Gondelman roll out their community-approved New York-style pizzas.

There’s a new pizza place in town, and rumor has it that its pie is as good as those found at the finest pizza parlors in northern New Jersey and New York. 

Cedar Crest Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor says it’s best to have your house on the market between February 15 and February 28—and she has the expertise and resources to help you accomplish your easiest move ever.

The weather outside may be frightful, but if you’ve been considering selling your house and moving to Cedar Crest, the spring market starts this month. 

Cedar Crest Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor shares her insight on how to get ahead of the spring market by starting now and saying yes to help.

Vicki and Andy Cusimano enjoy an added bonus to living at Cedar Crest—their daughter-in-law Danielle Cusimano (left) works on campus as the community’s rehabilitation manager.

Like many physical therapists and rehabilitators, Danielle Cusimano knew what she wanted to do: to help people. But when she landed a job at Cedar Crest, the Erickson Living community in Pequannock Township, N.J., 13 years ago, she found her “why.”

a headshot of Patricia Cirincion

“I’m going to hit the road,” Patricia Cirincion would say to her daughter as she’d leave her daughter's Rutherford, N.J., home to return to Cedar Crest, where Patricia had moved in June 2018. But after just one month living at the Pequannock Township Erickson Living community, one day Patricia said, “I’m going home.”

Former corporate vice president of Bristol Myers, Marion Klein-Goodyear, enjoys the view from the balcony of her Cedar Crest home.

If you want to know what it’s like to live at Cedar Crest, just ask Marion Klein-Goodyear.

Joanne Carr and her son Brian took a personal tour of Cedar Crest with Sales Counselor Ruth Phillips before she decided it was a great decision to move. Joanne reports she is happier than she’s been in years.

An independent woman who did her own yard work and finances, Joanne Carr was reluctant to trade the house her grandfather had built for community living, even if it meant she wouldn’t have to worry about home maintenance or bills anymore.