Electronic door lock

Lantern Hill takes security seriously. When the continuing care retirement community opens late this spring in New Providence, N.J., it will have a multitude of security measures in place. 

Valerie and Dave Marr

Dave and Valerie Marr won’t just change their clocks this spring. They will change their entire living situation.

Lantern Hill recently announced it will welcome its first residents in late spring. Those who had joined the priority list and reserved an apartment home at the New Providence, N.J., Erickson Living community, will be able to move in from the end of May through early July.

John Heath, M.D., A.G.S.F., director of geriatric services for Summit Medical Group

Lantern Hill, the Erickson Living community opening in New Providence, N.J., recently announced that the area’s premier health care provider, Summit Medical Group, will lead its on-site medical center. 

pre home inspection eliminates red flags during selling process

When you’re selling a home, especially an older home, the home inspection can become a huge hurdle. Personal Moving Consultant Jenn Kohan has developed an innovative program to eliminate stumbling blocks for people moving to

dining serves a range of options

Lantern Hill, the Erickson Living community opening in New Providence, N.J., has been pulling out all the stops to prepare a top-notch dining program aimed to please.

Laddie, and her owners pose at lantern hill

Laddie, a nine-year-old sheltie, has a unique living situation. His parents don’t live together. But life is about to get better for this little Lassie dog.

Erickson Living resident

Adele Irving has owned five Tibetan terriers. The medium-sized, shaggy sheep dogs’ most telling feature is a dramatic, long double coat. But what makes them so loveable is their playful, yet laid-back and calming personality. Adele’s fifth terrier, Kera, is so loveable that Adele has trained her as a pet therapy dog. 

Lantern Hill

Home design trends have shifted over the years. Recently, new homes are moving away from the boxy rooms, narrow hallways, and separate living and dining rooms of years past in favor of larger, more open, flexible spaces.