Fitness Coordinator Melissa Sullivan has created more than 20 fitness videos for residents to do in their apartment homes during the coronavirus pandemic.

Erickson Living communities respond to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic has unfolded nationally, Erickson Living, and all of its local communities, have worked tirelessly to put their resident's health, safety, and comfort above all else.

Dot Dunn smiles here in front of gallery wall of art made by her neighbors at Lantern Hill.

When Dot Dunn moved to Lantern Hill in late fall 2017, she was already experienced in a handful of hand crafts like needlework, temari balls, pine cone wreaths, and pressed flower pictures. But she found a new challenge, which has filled her life with a lot of joy: watercolor landscapes. 

Kay McNally sits comfortably in her home at Lantern Hill, with peace of mind that her needs are met.

Lantern Hill, nestled among the rolling hills of Mountain Avenue, across from the Bell Labs campus and just a short train ride from Manhattan, isn’t only a beautiful setting for retirement. Yes, it has beautiful, open-design apartment homes.

This rendering portrays Bell Pavilion, Lantern Hill’s sixth residence building. This new building features 168 apartment homes plus a wealth of exciting new amenities, including outdoor bocce courts and fire pits.

April 22, 2020, will mark the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day. According to the website, “The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action. The enormous challenge—but also the vast opportunities—of action on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the fiftieth anniversary.”

When Alli Krug isn’t helping people move to Lantern Hill, she enjoys swimming, soccer, skiing, and spending time at the beach. “Spending time with friends and family is really important to me, too,” she says.

Just a few months ago, Lantern Hill welcomed Alli Krug as its new personal moving consultant. She’s now in full swing guiding new community members through their move as more and more people choose Lantern Hill for their forever home.

An older couple shakes hands with a real estate agent to celebrate the sale of their home.

If you’re thinking about selling your house and moving to a maintenance-free community like Lantern Hill, now’s the time to take action.

According to real estate experts, now through summer is the busiest time in the real estate industry. And it all has to do with the school calendar.

Terry and Evelent Cox cut nearly 3,000 miles off their commute between Seattle and New York City when they moved to Lantern Hill in January.

Having lived all over the U.S., Terry and Evelent Cox could have chosen anywhere for their forever home when Terry retired last year from a long career in environmental consulting. 

Although more and more people turn to online reviews to start their retirement living research, nothing beats a personalized tour. Brand new homes are now available to tour in Bell Pavilion, Lantern Hill’s newest addition in New Providence, N.J.

These days, more and more people turn to online reviews as their trusted resource for everything from restaurants to movies to even their next home. In fact, research shows that 91% of people regularly or occasionally read online reviews, and 84% trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation.

Lantern Hill’s two on-campus fitness centers, aquatics center, and variety of group fitness classes provide regular opportunities for people to get and stay fit.

A whole New Year stretches out before us filled with promise. Think back over your lifetime to the intentions you’ve set at the beginning of each New Year. Even if you’re not one to declaratively set an official New Year’s resolution, chances are, you’ve noticed the shift in energy each New Year brings.