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The Landing, Now Open, Invites Seniors to Live an Elevated and Engaged Lifestyle Along the Potomac
The Landing, Alexandria’s brand new luxury community for seniors, features an exceptional setting with breathtaking views of the Potomac River.
Near the future Potomac Yard Metro station, The Landing is set in a cultural and intellectual hub, where residents have access to the future Inova health complex and Virginia Tech campus, the cobblestone streets of Old Town, and Washington, DC. The Landing provides resort-style living with upscale residences, three signature restaurants, lavish amenities, and customizable care options for Independent Living, Assisted Living, The Bridge, and Memory Care.
All the Comforts of Home
The Landing’s stylish residences range from studios to one- and two-bedroom floor plans, with premium options on higher levels, including a luxurious penthouse. All residences feature a flowing layout with a sleek kitchen or kitchenette, designer appliances and vaulted ceilings. Inviting common areas include a game room, the Terrace Lounge, an outdoor courtyard, the Skyline Terrace and a spacious two-story lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Redefining senior living, The Landing offers a wealth of opportunities to explore. There’s even a dedicated concierge to provide access to galleries, restaurants and other attractions. Without the housework, chores and other commitments that come with home ownership, you’re free to pursue your unique interests. The award-winning Watermark University, for instance, offers a variety of enriching classes, from cocktail-making demonstrations to sessions on mindfulness.
Integrative Approach to Wellness
Wellness is woven throughout the experience at The Landing, from engaging classes at the state-of-the-art fitness and wellness center to relaxing treatments at Indulge Salon and Spa. The building is also designed to promote healthy living with an air purification system, touchless technology in common areas, and enhanced filtration and HVAC systems. Here it’s easy to live well and be well.
Thoughtful, Expert Care
The Landing also offers a more thoughtful approach to care. While Independent Living offers a carefree lifestyle with expert care just steps away, Assisted Living features the perfect mix of support and independence, and The Bridge provides thoughtful care that closes the gap between Assisted Living and Memory Care. The groundbreaking Thrive Memory Care program stands out with additional support from “Nayas,” caregivers who are passionate about creating a loving and nurturing environment for residents.
An extraordinary community where residents truly thrive, The Landing offers the ideal blend of comfort, connection and care.
The Landing is located at 2620 Main Line Boulevard, Alexandria, VA 22301. Discover the difference by visiting landingalexandria.com or call 571-577-6011 to learn more.
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