Charlestown resident

For decades, John Saint-Amour played the French horn among a who’s who list of legendary singers, musicians, and entertainers. Now he shares his talent with his friends and neighbors at

Charlestown resident and staff

If you are on the fence about selling your home, real estate experts point to a variety of factors like shrinking inventory, low interest rates, and rising rent costs that may persuade you that now is the right time to make your move.

Charlestown residents

Pack your bags and leave your worries on the doorstep. Many have discovered traveling is easier and more fun than ever when you live at

Charlestown field of honor

Sara Nixon was the first female resident to cross the finish line at

We asked Charlestown Sales Counselor Molly Bowman to share the questions most commonly asked in her day-to-day interactions with active retirees. Here’s what she had to say:

Q: The residences at Charlestown are referred to as apartments, but the financial setup sounds different from a traditional rental apartment. Can you explain the difference?

celebrating diversity

You’ve heard the phrase “dress to impress.” Well, the residents and staff at

Charlestown residents

They say two’s company and three’s a crowd, but for one family living at Charlestown, space is never a problem. Patricia (Pat) and John Gross, along with Pat’s mother Rose Landis, are happy to call a spacious two-bedroom, two-bath apartment at the Catonsville, Md., community home. 

Charlestown tennis players

When Pat Brazzamano is not playing bocce or golf, she’s on the tennis courts twice a week practicing her backswing and perfecting her serve.

Charlestown resident Ann McKay

A recent study from Pew Research Center shows the use of Facebook and other social networks is on the rise among older adults. For the first time, more than half of all online adults 65 and older (56%) use Facebook, up from 45% who did so in late 2013 and 35% who did so in late 2012.