Lantern Hill
Lantern Hill Fitness Coordinator Melissa Sullivan hosts a morning show on Lantern Hill’s in-house TV channel.

Social distancing doesn’t mean we can’t stay connected. Staff and community members at Lantern Hill are using their creativity to stay engaged by utilizing the in-house TV channel. The channel provides residents with information, entertainment, and more at the Erickson Living-managed senior living community in New Providence, N.J.

Lantern Hill
A couple smiles, standing next to a "for sale sign" that has a "sold" sticker above it.

Despite the changes resulting from COVID-19, people throughout the country are continuing to search for, and purchase, their next home. According to Angela Sicoli, president of New Jersey Realtors, “tight inventory” coupled with low interest rates prime 2020 to be “another great year,” perhaps even better than 2019.

Lantern Hill
Alberta Sehnert moved to Lantern Hill from Summit, N.J., where she had lived for many years. She's seen here in her apartment, wearing a white sweater and standing in front of a shelf.

Real estate’s spring and summer selling season is upon us, and if you’re considering senior living options, no doubt financial considerations are at the top of your list.

Not all retirement communities operate on the same business model. A number of financial structures, as well as lifestyle and amenity options, exist to suit different needs, desires, and budgets. 

Lining the sidewalks, Devonshire community members enjoyed a car parade of family and friends sharing words and expressions of love and encouragement.

Throughout the COVID-19 shelter-at-home directive, staff members at Devonshire, an Erickson Living community at PGA National, have searched for meaningful ways to bring enjoyment to the people who live there while strengthening strong community bonds.

Resident Services Manager Marty Bores is dedicated to serving Devonshire's community throughout COVID-19. He's seen here standing behind a table covered with bags of items to be delivered. He is wearing a mask and gloves.

One of the many unexpected results of the recent coronavirus pandemic is a renewed look at priorities and a reevaluation of what is most important in our lives. For most, this is a time to reflect on the importance of our health while strengthening personal bonds.

Nancy Levine enjoying the porch of her Ashton apartment home.  Behind her is a lush courtyard fully of palm trees.

Moving to Devonshire five years ago, native New Yorker Nancy Levine couldn’t be happier with her decision. 

Avery Point
This rending shows what Avery Point's courtyards will look like once built.

Even with careful planning, the most prepared person wants to know they’re making a smart financial decision when it comes to choosing a retirement community.

Jo Paoletti loves her apartment home’s spacious eat-in kitchen. She's seen here enjoying a cup of coffee while looking out her kitchen window.

Find your dream apartment floor plan at the Riderwood community

When it comes to selecting an apartment home at Riderwood, community members can choose from among a variety of spacious one- and two-bedroom units.

Oak Crest
A person is sitting at a table, with the left hand typing on a laptop and their right hand operating a calculator. There is a small toy house next to the calculator. The image is cropped below their neck.

What's the secret to a quick and successful home sale in a challenging housing market? And is there a best time to sell a house? It comes down to two things according to Penny Noval, a local real estate agent at Long & Foster’s Timonium office.

"If your property is in good shape and priced right, the market is going to jump on it,” says Noval.