When you schedule a personal tour during the holiday season, you’ll experience first-hand all the sights of this festively decorated community. It’s the perfect opportunity to bring along family too.

There’s never been a better time to visit Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, recently voted Best Senior Living Community in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards published by Living Magazine.

Highland Springs Executive Director Matt Neville (left) and Rosian Zerner, founder of the International Club, display their names written in Korean during the International Club’s presentation of “Korea: Then and Now.”

It’s been five years since Rosian Zerner moved to Highland Springs, and she’s making her mark on the community in the most extraordinary way.

Rosian founded the International Club, now in its third year at the North Dallas community.

Now celebrating her thirteenth year with the sales team at Highland Springs, Sales Counselor Lauren Rozdilsky can help you make an informed decision about your next move. To schedule a personal tour, call the Highland Springs sales office at 1-800-974-188

The cost of homeownership includes much more than a monthly mortgage payment. According to a new report from Zillow Research, the average Dallas, Tex., homeowner can expect to pay $10,712 per year on taxes, insurance, and maintenance.

Dick and Julia Williams experienced a range of emotions before moving to Highland Springs. Now the couple says they can’t imagine living anywhere else.

Dick and Julia Williams will be the first to tell you their move to Highland Springs sparked quite the rollercoaster ride.

“There’s an emotional price to moving,” says Dick. “You’re leaving behind your way of life, your home, your neighborhood, your routine. It’s a big decision.”

For Julia, downsizing was the formidable obstacle.

Highland Springs resident Connie Fadden (left) and Sales Director Christina Christie work together to welcome new neighbors moving into Twin Oaks Square.

Moving trucks are rolling into Highland Springs on a near-daily basis as the North Dallas community welcomes its newest residents.

John and Susan Macaulay moved sooner than anticipated to Highland Springs and are embracing their new lifestyle at the North Dallas community.

Turning the page to a new chapter in life can be an adventure. Just ask John and Susan Macaulay.

The couple sold their Richardson, Tex., house of 33 years and moved to Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, in September 2017.

Brianna Seisler is one of eight student employees to receive a scholarship from Highland Springs this year. Seisler attends the University of North Texas and plans to major in computer science.

Eight students are headed to college this fall with a little help from the people of Highland Springs.

The students are dining services employees at the North Dallas community. Each year, Highland Springs residents donate to the student scholarship fund, which is awarded annually to eligible student waitstaff.

Betty and Murray Forsvall’s apartment at Highland Springs is filled with medals and photographs from their 30-year running careers.

From their first-floor apartment in the Pecan Grove residence building at Highland Springs, Murray and Betty Forsvall can look out across the courtyard and see the community’s newest residence building, Twin Oaks Square, which opened last month.

Jack Gibson enjoys a vibrant lifestyle at Highland Springs, where he’s lived since 2014.

Jack Gibson’s friends recognized a need before he saw it himself.

“I’ve been acquainted with Highland Springs for a long time because some of my closest friends, Pete and Jane Robertson, live at the community,” says Jack. “They thought I would enjoy the lifestyle and encouraged me to consider moving to Highland Springs.”