Wind Crest
Diane Martinac is seen here in her home at Wind Crest. She is wearing a blue crewneck sweatshirt with her community name tag pinned to her chest. There's a set of wooden shelves behind her.

“I find that a lot of times when people retire, they don’t know what to do with themselves,” says Diane Martinac, who retired from Lockheed Martin after 39 years in configuration and data management. 

Wind Crest
Jerry and Marcia Anderson, with their Cavachons Teddy Bear and Tiffany Love, had been on Wind Crest’s priority list for ten years when a brand-new apartment home in Prospect Crossing inspired them to move sooner from New England.

“There’s never been a better time to join the priority list at Wind Crest,” says Sales Counselor Sandy Shelpuk. “As we prepare to open two new residence buildings this year, Summit Square and Quincy Point, it’s so important to plan now to make sure an apartment home is available when you’re ready to move.”

Tallgrass Creek
Harlan Stamper performs with his daughter and granddaughters during karaoke. He is wearing a blue checked shirt with a red vest and everyone is wearing a Christmas related hat.

Harlan Stamper performs with his daughter and granddaughters during a rambunctious night of karaoke at Tallgrass Creek, an Erickson Living-managed community in Overland Park, Kans.

Tallgrass Creek
A large group of people, including a mix of men and women of all ages, celebrate wearing red shirts with the Chiefs logo.

Tallgrass Creek residents and staff celebrated with fans around the entire country when the Kansas City Chiefs brought home the Lombardi trophy from Super Bowl LIV in Miami, Fla. Residents enjoyed a lively traditional barbecue tailgate gathering earlier when the Chiefs won the AFC Championship in January.

Tallgrass Creek
Residents (from left) Jill Jones, Judy Higginbotham, and Jane Watts relax after spending time in the hot tub connected to Tallgrass Creek’s temperature-controlled pool.

Though winter weather in Kansas can be frightful, exercising in Tallgrass Creek’s indoor temperature-controlled pool is quite delightful.

Tallgrass Creek
Residents Carole Pugsley, Rich McCartney, Pat McCartney, Donna Hackett, Sales Associate Neyam Manohar, and resident Karen Cox are in front of an overview of Fountain View, Tallgrass Creek’s new residence building currently under construction. 

The landscape of Tallgrass Creek’s beautiful 65-acre campus changes daily as Fountain View, the Erickson Living-managed community’s new residence building, takes shape.

An artist's rendering shows the completely renovated lobby in Seabrook’s Town Square Clubhouse, which will feature a fresh, modern color palette, technology hubs, and new mail center. This phase is expected to be completed by June.

Seabrook has begun renovations to its Town Square Clubhouse in an effort to update the 20-year-old community with fresh, modern, and efficient design. 

Irene Wieckowski smiles from her couch in her apartment home at Seabrook. Irene's couch is floral, her pants are black and her top is white. She has blonde hair and wears glasses.

“There’s never been a better time to join the priority list at Seabrook,” says Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin. “Over the next five years, you’ll see renovations all across our 98-acre campus. It will be like a brand-new community.

Oak Crest
This bird’s-eye view photo shows the extent of the construction that took place on an 87-acre quarry in Parkville, Md. In 1995, Oak Crest opened its doors. Today, Oak Crest is home to 2,100 residents who enjoy a maintenance-free community and amenities.

For 25 years, Oak Crest has been the preferred choice for retirement living in northern Baltimore.