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.

picture of charlestown resident

Barbara Riester was just settling into her new home at

resident with member of the dining team

While still a freshman in high school, Dominique Chandler began working as a waiter at

three men at the lake with their sailboats

Regardless of the season,

Sales Associate with resident ambassadors and prospective residents

If you want the inside scoop on what it’s really like to live at

author Karl Lamb holding up his book

In 1925 in New Orleans, the hypnotic rhythm of ragtime music spilled onto the streets of the French Quarter. But that wasn’t the case in Platteville, Colo. Ragtime music epitomized a myriad of social changes that were met with resistance out west as Karl Lamb explores in his first novel, Ragtime for the Rockies.