Anthology of Farmington Hills Senior Living Community Now Open

January 25, 2022

Local seniors welcomed a new, vibrant and upscale senior living community, Anthology of Farmington Hills, located at 30637 W. 14 Mile Rd. On January 19, the area’s newest senior living community celebrated their grand opening with a series of events, including a ribbon-cutting, champagne toast, hors d’oeuvres, live music and tours of the community.

“Anthology of Farmington Hills has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate every resident’s needs and, more importantly, their wants,” said Senior Vice President of Operations at Anthology Senior Living, Erin Caswell. “A core tenet of the Anthology philosophy is to create an environment where everyone can live well and focus on continuing their life story. The team we have at Anthology of Farmington Hills embodies that, and we couldn’t be more excited to open the doors.”

The new 80,000-square-foot senior living community features 92 apartments and provides assisted living and memory care. Anthology of Farmington Hills offers vibrant, upscale amenities and Anthology’s signature programs: Elements Activities, Entice Dining, Aspire Health and Wellness, and Virtue Memory Care. The Entice culinary program offers a wide selection of menu options, all prepared from scratch daily by in-house chefs.

On-site amenities are designed to promote an engaging, active and social lifestyle and will include formal and casual dining spaces, a bistro, salon and barbershop, sun room, craft rooms, library, fitness center, theater and more. Anthology has locations around the country, and its other Michigan locations include those in Novi, Northville, Rochester Hills and Troy.

According to a recent report by the U.S. Census Bureau, almost 20% of the Oakland  County population has already reached age 65 and older, a number that will continue to climb as the baby boomers age. This community will provide more options and amenities, as well as meet the changing desires of the newest generation of seniors.

Related Articles

Back to top button