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Our thoughtfully designed apartments are comfortable and provide plenty of cozy spots to curl up and relax or host family and friends.

Residents can choose from studio or one-bedroom apartment floor plans.

Apartment living space with a couch and small bed behind at a senior living community in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Apartments and Floor Plans

About the Community

Apartments and Floor Plans


Community Life

Apartments & floor plans

Thoughtful design that places resident well-being at the forefront.

Model studio apartment with bed, couch and table at a senior living community in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Quality & comfort

Our apartments are functional and offer all the comforts of home with wall-to-wall plush carpeting in the living and sleeping areas and spacious walk-in closets. Some of our apartments have kitchenettes, mirrored closet doors and built-in shelving.

All apartments include Wi-Fi and cable in your rent so you can stay entertained and connected.

Safety & convenience

Enjoy peace of mind and privacy with mini blinds on all the windows and large bathrooms with walk-in showers and safety assist railing throughout. A smoke alarm and sprinkler system, emergency response system, pendants and emergency call buttons in every apartment provide peace of mind.

Individual climate control and locked mailboxes make you feel at home and in control of your space.

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Private studio

Our studio apartment features a spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower and ample closet space.
235 square feet

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Large studio

Our large studio has a combined living/sleeping area, double closets and a private bathroom.
337 square feet

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Assisted living suite

Our suite offers separate living and sleeping areas along with a kitchenette (including a microwave and mini refrigerator) and private bathroom.
389 square feet

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