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Siena Lakes
Siena Lakes reservists Kathy and Don Grandi (center) are flanked by (from left) Erickson Senior Living Executive Vice President Tom Neubauer, CEO Alan Butler, COO Debra Doyle, and Siena Lakes Sales Director Fred Moschetta.

Recently, the Siena Lakes sales team hosted a very special event. They invited all reservists and priority list members to gather on the construction site to see the construction beam that was signed earlier by employees and future residents set into place where the clubhouse is under construction. 

Lantern Hill
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. 

Lantern Hill
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.

Lantern Hill
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 earthday.org, “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.”

Devonshire
Every month, Devonshire’s resident jazz ensemble plays in the lounge. Here, neighbors are seen sitting at tables, watching their friends perform.

According to a recent study by the Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging and Northwestern University, “Those who live in continuing care retirement communities have greater levels of wellness than older adults in home-based settings due to the abundance of social interaction.” 

Devonshire
Devonshire's outdoor signage is flanked by beautiful Florida foliage, with lush bushes and long palm fronds.

Spring is one of the busiest times of the year at Devonshire, an Erickson Living-managed community at PGA National. Numerous people visit the campus eager to learn how they can plan, prepare, or expedite a move to the sought-after community. 

Devonshire
Amy Spiegel, activities assistant at Devonshire at PGA National, smiles here from a beautiful Florida landscape scene.

Supporting others is an important life goal for Devonshire Activities Assistant Amy Spiegel. Moving to southern Florida from Connecticut in 2005, she worked in the event industry before accepting the position at Devonshire at PGA National.

Avery Point
Adam Zubowsky and Charlotte Shirey (not pictured) are Avery Point’s sales counselors.

Spring is here and so is an exciting new chapter in senior living in Richmond. The sales center at Avery Point, a brand-new continuing care retirement community, will open in late April, and the sales team is ready and eager to meet their Richmond neighbors!

Avery Point
This rendering portrays Avery Pointe, an upcoming Erickson Living-managed community in Richmond, Va.

Erickson Senior Living, one of the nation’s largest and most respected developers of continuing care retirement communities, will soon be bringing its dynamic lifestyle to Richmond, Va.