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Devonshire
Devonshire's outdoor signage is flanked by beautiful Florida foliage, with lush bushes and long palm fronds.

Spring is one of the busiest times of the year at Devonshire, an Erickson Living-managed community at PGA National. Numerous people visit the campus eager to learn how they can plan, prepare, or expedite a move to the sought-after community. 

Devonshire
Amy Spiegel, activities assistant at Devonshire at PGA National, smiles here from a beautiful Florida landscape scene.

Supporting others is an important life goal for Devonshire Activities Assistant Amy Spiegel. Moving to southern Florida from Connecticut in 2005, she worked in the event industry before accepting the position at Devonshire at PGA National.

Avery Point
Adam Zubowsky and Charlotte Shirey (not pictured) are Avery Point’s sales counselors.

Spring is here and so is an exciting new chapter in senior living in Richmond. The sales center at Avery Point, a brand-new continuing care retirement community, will open in late April, and the sales team is ready and eager to meet their Richmond neighbors!

Avery Point
This rendering portrays Avery Pointe, an upcoming Erickson Living-managed community in Richmond, Va.

Erickson Senior Living, one of the nation’s largest and most respected developers of continuing care retirement communities, will soon be bringing its dynamic lifestyle to Richmond, Va.

Avery Point
The Antonakos family has settled into their new lives in Richmond. (From left) Callie, Layla, Jim, Jude, Melinda, and Avery.

Jim Antonakos, a Maryland native who recently relocated to Virginia, feels lucky to have landed in Richmond, Va.

Antonakos is the sales director of Avery Point, a new continuing care retirement community being built and managed by Erickson Senior Living. 

Windsor Run
(From left) Roy Garrett, Barry Thomas, Bob Mack, Dan Tauber, Dave Koos, Ashley Balman, Barry Henefey, Bob Hansen, Warner Behley, Bob Mercer, and Angelo Astuto are members of the golf outing group.

On June 22, 2018, David “Dave” and Patricia “Kay” Koos moved to Windsor Run, an Erickson Living community in Matthews, N.C. 

Windsor Run
The spacious Somerton floor plan at Windsor Run is a large two-bedroom, two-bath apartment home—one of only a handful of homes available at the popular Erickson Living-managed community in Matthews, N.C.

With last year’s opening of the Beech Hollow residence building and construction currently underway on Piedmont Overlook, Windsor Runs’ continuing care neighborhood, numerous people are visiting the campus this spring eager to learn how they can move to one of the fastest growing

Wind Crest
A scene one of the Wind Crest restaurants. Residents are seated at white tablecloth covered dining tables, served by the dining staff.

When Pat Nottingham saw trash littering the banks of the creek in France near where she and her family lived from 1958 to 1968, she thought, “That would never happen in the U.S.” Yet, when they returned home, she found the same fate had fallen on the riverbanks at home. 

“That was the first time I became interested in environmental stewardship,” she says. 

Wind Crest
Kathleen Capriotti loves not having to worry about shoveling snow or bundling up now that she and husband John live at Wind Crest.

Over the past decade, I’ve interviewed hundreds of people who live at Wind Crest, the community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., developed and managed by Baltimore, Md.-based Erickson Living. Among all my interviews, I’ve discovered seven common reasons people move to and enjoy living at Wind Crest.