Fox Run
Sally Lindroth, a woman with white hair, a powder blue top, and navy blue glasses smiles from from Fox Run

"I wanted to be able to make the decision to move myself, go where I wanted to go, and handle the move myself,” Fox Run community member Sally Lindroth says of her move to Fox Run last June.

Eagle's Trace
Fran Gleeson (left) chats with Nancy Fountain during a progressive dinner at Eagle’s Trace.

Among the myriad perks of joining the priority list at Eagle’s Trace, one of the best might just be the opportunity for unrivaled access to the West Houston community.

Eagle's Trace
Ruth Justice moved to Eagle’s Trace with her cat Annie in August 2018.

It’s been seven months since Ruth Justice moved to Eagle’s Trace, just long enough for a little perspective to sink in.

“When I think about the move, five factors jump out at me,” says Ruth, an educator who most recently taught at the University of Houston. “All five factors ensured a smooth, successful transition.”

Cedar Crest
Glass-enclosed, climate-controlled walkways connect buildings at Cedar Crest so residents can avoid inclement weather while accessing everything they need, like restaurants, the fitness center, the medical center, and activities.

Last year, March dumped four major snow storms on New Jersey within a span of three weeks. Such weather isn’t unusual for the region and often lasts into April. 

Cedar Crest
Renée Polay lounges in a chair in her sunny, well lit home at Cedar Crest.

Cedar Crest’s wide variety of floor plans make it an affordable retirement living option for a range of budgets.

Cedar Crest
A man in a grey track suit and a woman in a purple shirt smile for the camera

With Cedar Crest at near-complete occupancy, apartment homes are a hot commodity when one becomes available. One special group of people is privy to those that open up before anyone else. 

Charlestown celebrates the reopening of one of its signature dining venues, the Shortline Café.

Good food and great variety go hand in hand at Charlestown, Erickson Living’s flagship community in Catonsville, Md. Seven on-site restaurants serve up outstanding cuisine with daily menus and specials ranging from much-loved comfort foods like meatloaf and pot roast to international fare. 

Charlestown Personal Moving Consultant Vera Ballard (3rd from left) with her husband Scott (left), daughter Julia and son Seth.

Whether you’ve lived a nomadic life or have been settled in the same house for 30 years, the moving process is ever changing. Having a seasoned professional to guide you through the twists and turns can mean the difference between a stressful and a stress-free move.

Brooksby Village
Judy and Stan Stephenson are at home in their lovely Glendale-style apartment at Brooksby Village.

When Stan and Judy Stephenson began exploring retirement living options, they asked themselves two questions.

“First we considered where we wanted to live,” says Stan. “Then we thought about where we needed to live.”