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Maris Grove
Two older women smile for a selfie, both wearing glasses, green shirts, and St. Patrick's Day headbands

When we meet someone new, a few simple questions (Where did you grow up? Go to school? Work? Where do you worship?) help us discover the people and places we have in common.  

Linden Ponds
Linden Ponds Sales Counselor Teresa Caseau says people have continued to join the priority list, reserve apartment homes, and move to the community throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

One of the first and most beneficial steps people often take on their journey to moving to Linden Ponds is joining the community’s priority list, which is a preferred membership to secure a position for an apartment home.

Linden Ponds
Isabelle Long is seen here smiling, with blonde, short-cropped hair and a bright red, coral colored top

Isabelle Long has lived and traveled all over the world, but she says it’s New England that has always felt most like home. That’s part of the reason she decided to move to Linden Ponds in Hingham, Mass. 

Highland Springs
Manu John (left) I.T. site coordinator at Highland Springs, and Jamie Bruning, right, pastoral ministries coordinator, record entertainer Mike Allyn for a program to air on HSTV Channel 80.

For more than a decade, the community television channel at Highland Springs, the Erickson Living-managed community in North Dallas, has been run by dedicated resident volunteers.

Greenspring
Throughout COVID-19, Greenspring Executive Director Chandra Kumar addresses residents every Tuesday and Thursday on GSV-TV’s call-in update show.

Honored with 33 International Telly Awards over the last 16 years, Greenspring’s in-house cable television station GSV-TV, Channel 1960, provides community members up-to-date news and outstanding original programming. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 earlier this year, the television station has served as the primary source of important, time-sensitive news for residents.

Fox Run
Allison Murphy, Fox Run’s director of sales, says people have continued to join the priority list, reserve apartment homes, and move to the community throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

One of the first—and most beneficial—steps people often take on their journey to moving to Fox Run is joining the community’s priority list, which is a preferred membership to secure a position for an apartment home. By securing that position, prospective members will be notified when their desired apartment becomes available. 

Fox Run
Rachael Frizzell moved to Fox Run in March and says Personal Moving Consultant Kristen Yaquinto and her team made the whole process easy and enjoyable.

Rachael Frizzell moved to Fox Run in March, just a few days before Michigan and most of the rest of the world began sheltering at home to slow the spread of COVID-19—and she says the timing couldn’t have been better. 

Eagle's Trace
Jordan Crume, community resources coordinator at Eagle’s Trace, works behind the camera to record innovative and engaging programs for the community’s closed-circuit television channel. She's wearing a blue surgical mask.

When public health concerns about the spread of COVID-19 brought about drastic changes, the in-house television channel at Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston, gained momentum.

Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest's campus is lively and green, with lush trees, long grasses, and gazebos for enjoying the scenery.

There’s a reason why most people who move to Cedar Crest say it’s the easiest move they’ve ever made. They have a secret weapon. Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor provides personalized assistance to help make the load—and the experience—a lot lighter.