Meadowcrest, the first full-service retirement community in Middletown, is now open.
Since opening in early September, the community has been on pace to welcome more than 60 residents in its first 60 days of operation.
Meadowcrest’s monthly rental structure is unique offers financial flexibility without tying up assets taken in an entrance fee, a release stated.
Available to residents will be full-service dining in a restaurant setting, fitness center, on-site physical, occupational, and speech therapy, fitness and exercise programs, a full-size movie theater, and a full-service salon and spa.
Additional services include weekly housekeeping, linen service, 24/7 security, in-house concierge, transportation, daily activities, and social programs.
Independent living can choose from one-bedroom and two-bedroom options.
An assisted living neighborhood is also available.
The Compass Memory Care and New Directions program is Vantage Point’s proprietary program for those with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other memory impairments.
“We are so proud and excited to finally be open and welcome residents into their new lifestyle. Being among the first to live in a community like Meadowcrest is something truly special, and we love to see the friendships being formed between residents and staff alike,” says Rita Stevens, Vice President of Operations and cofounder of Vantage Point Retirement Living (developers, managers, and co-owners of Meadowcrest).
To learn more about Meadowcrest, email email@example.com.
Meadowcrest is part of Vantage Point Retirement Living is a family-owned and operated organization based in Exton, PA.
Vantage Point also operates a retirement community in Lewes.