Compassion, connection, and care. Lakewood brings you comfortable residences, life-changing services, and a family-like environment. With world-class Independent and Assisted Living.
A boutique rental retirement community for independent 55+ seniors. With us, you’ll enjoy a lifestyle free from maintenance, giving you time to enjoy a luxurious residence, premier amenities and a highly desired, convenient location.
Residents enjoy the benefits of freedom and flexibility while receiving individualized supportive care from our friendly and experienced team members. We take care of things like daily chores, cooking delicious and healthy meals, and planning fun activities so our residents can focus on enjoying every moment.
We offer compassionate care tailored to fit each individual. Our Dementia Program allows residents to live at their highest level of independence while our team members provide them with round-the-clock support and care. Residents can also participate in a variety of engaging activities like craft projects and group games.
From formal to casual, our dining venues and locally sourced chef-prepared menus present a quintessential dining experience.
From our fitness center to our yoga studio, salon, activity rooms and outdoor features, a world of delight is right outside your door.
Amenities & Service
Enjoy a variety of amenities aimed at helping you choose the way you want to spend your days and a host of services that make everything easier.
Peace of Mind
Enhanced supportive services can be provided in the comfort of your apartment or duplex. This means you can stay in the community you’ve grown to love even if your health needs change.
“This is one of the best facilities I have ever visited. It's beautiful, clean and the staff looks truly happy to be there. My uncle lives there and I never dreamed he would be happy anywhere but his home, but he's been there 2 years and loves it!”
“My mom lived in the memory care center and I appreciate the kindness and attention that she had there. The staff were attentive to her and were helpful to my father during his daily visits to my mom.”