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Fox Run
Edison Place, which opened in August, is the popular new address for people who have taken advantage of stronger home values to sell and move to Fox Run.

Fox Run’s tenth residence building is officially open for business—and new neighbors. Named Edison Place in honor of Detroit’s historic Boston-Edison neighborhood, which was built in the 1900s, the newest building opened in August.

Fox Run
Louise and Jim Gotch attended a special M*A*S*H-themed picnic for resident veterans and their guests at Fox Run.

Fox Run is home to quite a few veterans, which means those community members who have served in the military instantly have something in common. Swapping stories about their service makes for fast friendships.

Greenspring
Greenspring community member Nora Leng (back row, far left) celebrates with her gala guests.

Each day for 20 years, community members at Greenspring have fulfilled the Erickson Living community’s motto, “We share our gifts to create a community that celebrates life.” 

Recently, residents and staff celebrated the community’s 20-year anniversary with a full week of Roaring Twenties-themed festivities.

Greenspring
Anna Greves, pictured here with the Greenspring marketing and sales team (she’s second from the left in the back row), surrounds herself with an all-star team of moving professionals.

“We weren’t prepared for was just how helpful Greenspring’s personal moving consultant would be,” says community member Steve Arpee, referencing his 2017 move to the Springfield, Va., community. “Anna Greves was invaluable to us throughout the entire moving process.”

Highland Springs
Now celebrating her thirteenth year with the sales team at Highland Springs, Sales Counselor Lauren Rozdilsky can help you make an informed decision about your next move. To schedule a personal tour, call the Highland Springs sales office at 1-800-974-188

The cost of homeownership includes much more than a monthly mortgage payment. According to a new report from Zillow Research, the average Dallas, Tex., homeowner can expect to pay $10,712 per year on taxes, insurance, and maintenance.

Highland Springs
Dick and Julia Williams experienced a range of emotions before moving to Highland Springs. Now the couple says they can’t imagine living anywhere else.

Dick and Julia Williams will be the first to tell you their move to Highland Springs sparked quite the rollercoaster ride.

“There’s an emotional price to moving,” says Dick. “You’re leaving behind your way of life, your home, your neighborhood, your routine. It’s a big decision.”

For Julia, downsizing was the formidable obstacle.

Linden Ponds
Lynne Ford Personal Moving Consultant

If you’re hoping to sell your home next spring, take advantage of winter’s downtime to prepare for your move. Linden Ponds Personal Moving Consultant Lynne Ford says the colder months are the perfect time to begin downsizing projects—which will make your moving process much easier.

Linden Ponds
Linden Ponds resident Ed Petcavage is headed to the 2019 National Senior Games in New Mexico. He’s pictured here (left, crossing the finish line) in the 5K race walk at the 2015 Games in Minnesota.

Ed Petcavage will head to New Mexico next year to compete in the 2019 National Senior Games. To qualify for the games, he participated in the Pennsylvania Senior Games this past summer, where he took first place in the 5K race walk and second place in the 1,500-meter race walk. He plans to compete in those same events in the 2019 Games in Albuquerque.

Linden Ponds
Last year, Bobbie Jenkins (left) had the opportunity to show her artwork in Linden Ponds’ on-site art gallery along with fellow artists Barbara Ganem (center) and Anita Donze.

When Bobbie Jenkins moved to Linden Ponds, the Erickson Living community in Hingham, Mass., she hadn’t taken an art class for years—since she was a high school student in New York. But as a new resident at Linden Ponds, she decided to enroll in an art class taught by fellow community member Burt Longenbach.