Highland Springs offers a sensible financial structure and peace of mind, making it a great value among senior living options in North Texas. You'll be free to enjoy beautiful landscaping and gorgeous amenities without worrying about yard work.

During both his working years and retirement, John Bird has kept a finger on the pulse of his community.

He spent his career with Celanese Corporation, making several moves across Texas before retiring in Dallas in 1995.

Residents of Highland Springs, standing on their  patios, enjoy Nelsie Petersen’s piano melodies as they practice social distancing.

Highland Springs residents find the silver lining amid COVID-19

Everyday life in North Texas came to a halt amid the COVID-19 outbreak. But connections continued, even as people stayed home to evade the virus.

Ida and Jerry Dwight share their apartment home at Highland Springs with their two Westies, Mac and Missy. The four of them sit together in front of the fireplace.

Four times a day, you’ll find Ida and Jerry Dwight walking their two dogs Mac and Missy around the pond in front of the Hillcrest Clubhouse at Highland Springs, the Erickson Living-managed community in North Dallas.

“They keep us active,” says Ida. “The dogs love to go for walks.”

From left, Bob O’Steen, Bill Dorn, and Walt Thieme formed the Slo-Mo Group to produce short videos of behind-the-scenes interviews with entertainers and lecturers who visit Highland Springs each month. They're seen here in matching blue jackets.

Hobbies are more fun when shared with friends. That’s the experience of Bob O’Steen, Bill Dorn, and Walt Thieme, who all live at Highland Springs, the senior living community developed and managed by Erickson Living in North Dallas.

Len Clegg is seen here in front of four beautiful photos of nature scenes.

With over 1,100 residents and more moving in every week, Highland Springs, an Erickson Living-managed community, is one of North Dallas’ hottest addresses for active senior living.

The rendering of the new building, Lakeview Pointe, at Highland Springs shows off the beautiful view of the lake.

The first residents of Lakeview Pointe, a new residence building at Highland Springs, are moving in this month.

Jerry and Treva Smutz say they are happier and feel healthier since they moved to Highland Springs in May 2019.

For Jerry and Treva Smutz, moving to an active senior living community was an idea they projected “sometime in the future.”

Conrad Lohoefer stands here in his home office in his apartment at Highland Springs, which is filled with pictures and memorabilia. He wears a white ballcap with a B-17 on the front and a blue bill. Behind him is a bookshelf and art relating to B-17s.

Conrad Lohoefer’s had a number of once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

His most recent? Attending the film premier of the documentary Memphis Belle in Color aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, part of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City.

Varun Kakar is the new director of dining services at Highland Springs. He is seen here smiling and standing in a dining room at Highland Springs. He is wearing a patterned tie over a white buttondown, leaning resting with his hand on the back of a chair.

As a teenager, Varun Kakar couldn’t have imagined a part-time job he held in high school would be the first building block in his career.