Margot Rivera typically grows tomatoes, herbs, annuals, and perennials in her two gardens at Seabrook.

After one of the coldest winters on record, gardeners at

Judy’s home reflects her bright and friendly personality. Several elegant faux flower arrangements accent espresso and antique white furniture in hues of sage green, rose, and violet. A colorful magenta orchid adorns her desk. Even in winter, they bring a

One might assume interior designer Judy Tier would have chosen one of

While Judy Tier owns an interior design business, she is also involved in a host of clubs and activities at Seabrook, where she lives.

The Tribune interviewed Judy Tier last summer before she moved to EricksonLiving community is treating her. 

New Seabrook priority list members receive a welcome packet, including a priority list handbook and Live the Life coupon booklet.

“Our number one priority is to make people feel comfortable about moving to .

The spacious master bedroom of the Mulberry floor plan comfortably fits a king-sized bed, nightstands, and a sitting area.

Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., will complete three brand new apartment homes early this month, each one a large floor plan combining two previously existing homes.  

Sales Manager Alexis Bouhoutsos (center) with Alice Mellen and John Sim at a Seabrook priority list holiday party. Alice and John reserved a Jackson-style apartment home and will be moving to Seabrook in early 2015.

If you attend a luncheon or stop in the sales office at Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., you’re bound to meet a new, smiling face: Alexis Bouhoutsos. 

Seamless sales process

Maureen Sullivan receives the Citizens Service award from Police Chief John Mioduszewski for her leadership and community service in Holmdel, N.J., where she was involved as a domestic violence advocate and with Neighborhood Watch, the emergency medical t

Maureen Sullivan is known for her commitment to community service. So much so that she earned the Citizens Service Award for 2012 and 2013 in Holmdel, N.J., where she and her husband Tom have lived for the past 16 years. But as her neighborhood in Holmdel grew older, Maureen found fewer opportunities to participate with her peers. She was looking for more. 

(From left) Jack Cunningham, Claude Allen, and Ivan Metzger build and donate miniature toy cars to children in impoverished countries and areas of the U.S.

Santa’s elves don’t just live at the North Pole. You can also find them at Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J.

As a resident ambassador, Lee Joslin brings Seabrook’s new brochure to life by answering questions about life at the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., from people interested in moving there.

Whether you want to learn about the vibrant lifestyle, amenity-rich campus, wellness opportunities, or cost of living at