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Lantern Hill

This October, Lantern Hill’s sixth residence building, Bell Pavilion, opens its doors and welcomes its first residents. But that’s not all. Along with 167 brand-new apartment homes, Bell Pavilion also opens Bistro 1720 and The Crown bar, just two of many amenities Bell Pavilion adds to the campus focused on active, maintenance-free living.

Lantern Hill
Five older adults practice tai chi.

It’s no secret that physical exercise promotes physical and cognitive health in older adults, but does low-intensity exercise make an impact? 

Devonshire
Linda Mincer, who lives at Devonshire at PGA National, performs a lovely ballet routine at the show.

Dazzling a full house of almost 300 neighbors inside the Stafford ballroom, members of the Devonshire community recently showcased their many talents at the highly anticipated annual variety show. 

Devonshire
(Left) Manager of Resident Services Marty Bores and community member Lois Edelstein have been helping Devonshire neighbors set up and use the My Erickson app.

For many Devonshire community members, daily technology usage enhances the premier lifestyle they enjoy at the Erickson Living community at PGA National. 

Devonshire
Priority list members often consult with the Devonshire custom interiors department.

As the steamy summer months give way to gentle fall breezes, the Devonshire sales office is buzzing with record-breaking activity meeting with people from all over the country who wish to escape to Florida and avoid the traditional winter weather. 

Wind Crest
Astronomer and author Richard Edgar poses with his telescope in the den of his Newbury-style apartment home.

Richard Edgar has a lot in common with his neighbors directly below him in Wind Crest’s newest residence building, Prospect Crossing. 

Wind Crest
Marcia and Jerry Anderson moved to Wind Crest with their six-year-old Cavachons, Teddy Bear (Teddy) and Tiffany Love (Tiffy) from New Hampshire. They’ve all made new friends in their new home.

Teddy Bear and Tiffany Love (Tiffy) wait patiently as their mom places one treat on each paw and one on their noses. She leaves the room. They wait. She comes back. They wait. Finally, she gives them the command to eat, and they happily release from their poised pose and gobble their treats in an instant. 

Windsor Run
Windsor Run community member Bob Mack (far right) spends quality time with the four students from St. Gabriel School who wrote about his life.

“A child needs a grandparent, anybody’s grandparent, to grow a little more securely into an unfamiliar world.”—authors Charles and Ann Morse

Windsor Run
Sharing her personal experience moving to Windsor Run, community member Pat Bell speaks to guests at a bimonthly lunch and learn event.

Since receiving a “Healthiest Employers of Greater Charlotte” award from the Charlotte Business Journal, a record number of people are visiting Windsor Run, the Erickson Living community in Matthews, N.C.