Lantern Hill resident

Last year, Dee Robertson had to replace her roof, buy a new hot water heater, and repair flood damage from said water heater. But the straw that broke the camel’s back? A squirrel dug a hole in her attic while she was on vacation. 

Lantern Hill resident

The Cookie That Saved My Family resonates with children and adults as a true story of one Jewish family’s escape from Germany during Hitler’s reign and the surprising way they survived in their new home. 

Rebecca Gibby published her first novel, Forged in Philadelphia, in retirement. She’s currently working on a second book.


Tribune: What inspired the story of Adam and Christian in Forged in Philadelphia?

Lantern Hill Sales Director Randy Carroll (right) has been married for 19 years to his wife Kathleen, and they have two sons, Dillon (left) and Peyton. Dillon recently earned his Eagle Scout badge.

“I want to fill Lantern Hill with happy people,” says Randy Carroll, a face you’re likely to see if you visit the sales center on Mountain Avenue across from Bell Labs. 

Lantern Hill’s Garfield floor plan features two bedrooms and two full baths—perfect for someone who has family visiting from out of town or enjoys hosting grandkids.

Paul and Carole Thau chose the Garfield, one of many floor plans available at Hill. The Garfield features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a balcony off the living area.

Paul and Carole Thau will move from Berkeley Heights, N.J., to their new home at Lantern Hill this winter. While they usually escape New Jersey winters by heading to Florida, they look forward to spending the season at home thanks to Lantern Hill’s climat

New neighbors: Paul and Carole Thau

Moving from: Berkeley Heights, N.J.

Floor plan: Garfield model—two bedrooms, two baths, den, and balcony 

Most excited about: Maintenance-free living, worry-free winters, activities, less cooking


Paul: tennis, The Old Guard of Summit, fitness center, Temple, bridge

Sales Counselor Kathy Banks answers telling questions about Lantern Hill.

New Providence, N.J., is abuzz about Lantern Hill. Construction is well under way on the community, which will open this fall offering small-town charm and amenities, as well as a full continuum of care right on campus.