2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments To Suite Your Lifestyle
Retired couple Benjamin and Mary Beth Glover have lived in virtually every corner of the United States until deciding several years ago to construct a retirement home in a suburb of San Antonio. An unfortunate downturn in the Texas residential housing market, which caused tremendous financial stress, forced them to scrap these plans and re-focus on options available in the Baltimore market. The Glover’s are now part of a growing “renters by choice” movement which provides them with the flexibility, available capital and preferred home style to meet their lifestyle.
There have been a few recent searches on Baltimore Fishbowl for Loft-Style Apartments, so we thought we’d reach back into the archives and share a couple of posts we’ve done spotlighting three great loft-style apartment communities in the City. Take a gander…if you’re interested, make sure to contact the leasing office for the current rates.
Orig. posted Thursday, Apr 03, 2014 – Written by: D. Sellinger
From Station North’s grand old warehouses to the mills of Hampden and Woodberry, these buildings stand as vivid reminders of Baltimore’s industrial history.
On Wednesday, November 11 you are invited to a Hard Hat Tour from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Let us show you the beautiful renovations that are taking place in the Linden Park Senior Community.
Research shows that the healthiest way to age is to remain active as long as possible. What better way to do so than to live in a walkable community with beautiful gardens, plenty of social activity, and a lifestyle that encourages engagement and wellness?
Linden Park Senior Living community offers seniors a maintenance-free lifestyle with newly renovated efficiency, one, and two bedroom apartments just steps from the historic Bolton Hill neighborhood. With solarium seating overlooking private gardens, a library, media and game room, and a fitness center on hand, residents have everything needed to feel at home (or at a resort).
Relaxing is made easy with seating lounges on every floor, offering plenty of space for neighbors to socialize. There’s even a computer lounge where dwellers can log on and surf the internet, handle business or Skype with family.
While Bolton Hill is a lovely walking community, residents don’t even have to leave the building to have their hair and nails done, as they can take advantage of the onsite salon. There’s even a health and wellness suite in the building, eliminating the hassle of getting routine medical care.
Residents love the large roomy floor plans, with universal design features to accommodate aging in one place. There are energy-efficient laundry areas on every floor – making that chore a little easier.
One of the biggest challenges in apartment living is hosting the family for gatherings and holidays. Linden Park’s got that covered with a new community room equipped with a catering kitchen and private dining and events space.
The most unexpected, yet rewarding, change that residents can look forward to is the community programs full of activities that engage with something for everyone. Favorite activities include: arts – ceramics, dance, visual arts; fitness – chair exercises, line dancing; programs specifically for veterans; community gardening; health workshops and education; and community-building events like games, movie nights, BBQ, karaoke, holiday celebrations and more. The events are a hit among residents and their families, as well as the community who often join in.
All right, so you’re on board and ready to join the party, but still have a million questions about the ‘unsexy’ business of moving? Here are some features at Linden Park to allay your worries: free on-site parking, utilities included, front-desk staffed 24-hours per day, reduced-rate medical alert system, and on-site resident services staff to provide programs to connect residents with services in the community.
Call for more information: 855-811-1987 or visit www.LindenParkApartments.com
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