When you think of “senior living”, what comes to mind? Exciting adventures, engaging educational opportunities, world travel and dynamic social opportunities? Well, that’s what you can expect when you choose a state-of-the-art independent living community.

We understand you aren’t the least bit interested in sitting around and feeling “old.” You’re active, healthy, and hey, let’s admit it, probably quite adventurous. You appreciate the finer things in life: good food, good company, comfort, and choice. Isn’t that what retirement should be all about? You bet it is.

The Evolution of Independent Living

Throughout the history of the world, there has been archaeological proof of senior care. From the earliest centuries to the early 1980s when the first assisted living community opened in the U.S, people have been searching for the best way to care for senior loved ones. Evolving from strictly medical care facilities, today’s senior living communities are more than just places for seniors to live and receive care. They are places where seniors thrive, enjoying their retirement with peers, making new friends and living active and energetic lives.

Recent statistics say that in the coming years 79 million baby boomers will retire, nearly 10,000 people per day. It’s our job, promise, and mission to provide high-quality care, accommodations, and amenities for these seniors seeking to enjoy a well-deserved retirement.

Design Your Own Retirement

Choice in dining, exercise, travel, education, relaxation, social opportunities, and more—you name it, we’ve got it. Create a lifestyle that’s just like you: active and independent. It’s our job to cater to your every whim. Independent living is maintenance and worry free, giving you more time to live it up. While accommodations vary depending on each community, we promise that your independent living experience will be hassle free while we manage household maintenance, outdoor yard work (including mowing grass and shoveling snow), and cook some of the best meals you have ever eaten.

High-quality independent living communities are often compared to resort-style vacations, where everything you need is just a phone call away. With a dedicated staff committed to planning activities, excursions, and events that are fun and designed around you and your interests, independent living communities allow you to design every day of your retirement.

Create Meaningful Connections

One of the best things about independent living is the opportunity to live among friends and peers, eliminating the social isolation that many seniors feel when living alone. We believe in a robust lifestyle for all seniors – a senior living experience full of joy and adventure, lived among friends that become family. Each independent living community has its own culture and features different amenities, but all boast a strong sense of belonging and a very real sense of family.

Oh, and you won’t have to worry about adding up how much each meal or activity costs. Much like those resort-style vacations we are often compared to, our independent living communities are all-inclusive billed monthly. We like to keep things simple, giving you time to plan your next adventure, not worrying about your next bill. The cost of independent living varies greatly depending on the community you choose and the amenities provided. According to, a collaborator with the Harvard Health Publications, the national average cost for independent living prices range from $1,500 to $3,500 monthly. 


Bella Villaggio | Palm Desert
Fairwinds - West Hills | West Hills
Heritage Estates | Livermore
The Woodlake | Sacramento



Fairwinds - Sand Creek | Idaho Falls

Fairwinds - River's Edge | St. Charles

New Mexico
Fairwinds - Rio Rancho | Rio Rancho

New York

North Carolina
Treeo Raleigh | Raleigh

The Vero at Bethlehem | Bethlehem

Treeo - Orem | Orem
Treeo - South Ogden | South Ogden

The Vero at Chesapeake | Chesapeake

Hawthorne Court | Kennewick
Van Mall | Vancouver
Washington Oakes | Everett
Woodland Terrace | Bothell

Your Guide to Senior Housing

Your Guide to Senior Housing