The Gardens at Town Square
Independent and assisted living, memory care
Ida Culver House Broadview
Independent and assisted living
University House Issaquah
Aljoya Mercer Island
Independent and assisted living, wellness nursing services
Aljoya Thornton Place
Ida Culver House Ravenna
University House Wallingford
Era Living retirement communities help residents stay engaged and connected—while covering the cooking, cleaning, care, and more. Get an inside look of life inside our communities during these extraordinary times.
Our resident Paul turned 104! The Lakeshore staff celebrated from the garden below, while Paul and his neighbors went to their balconies to join in on the festivities.
We are offering outdoor visits with small groups of family or friends at all communities. These visits are scheduled by appointment to reduce the number of people in our garden terraces.
Staff at our communities deliver fun treats to residents in their apartments to help brighten their days.
On International Sushi Day, residents at The Lakeshore were served a sushi and mochi lunch in their apartments. Yum!
Residents at Aljoya Thornton Place organized their own physically distant protest outside the building to support the Black Lives Matter movement. They continue to protest each week.
Community members in Northeast Seattle joined together to create The Puffy Pandemic Parade for our residents to enjoy. Photo credit: The Seattle Times, Ken Lambert.
Resident gardeners enjoying the beautiful Seattle summer in our Era Living community p-patches.
Our Housekeeping Team uses the Clorox 360 machine to sanitize the front, back, and sides of surfaces. Photo credit: The Seattle Times, Ellen M. Banner
Era Living’s Regional Director of Health & Wellness, Dr. Albert Munanga, DrBH, MSN, RN,HC, has led the way on broad testing at Era Living communities. Photo credit: LA Times, Karen Ducey
As early pioneers of broad testing, we’re in full support of the role it plays on our evolving COVID-19 situation. Here is our heroic team getting ready to test every resident and staff member in one of our communities.
Ida Culver House Broadview held a special high school graduation ceremony for staff who are members of the class of 2020.
A couple at The Lakeshore celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary! Staff and residents joined in on the festivities, celebrating from a safe distance outdoors in the courtyard and on residents' balconies.
We invited a local bagpiper, Neil Hubbard, to come play outside our communities in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
We offer complimentary grocery store trips for residents so that they can remain safe at home and still stock up on their favorite foods.
Residents at The Lakeshore received home-made Hawaiin-themed masks and shaved ice for Luau Week!
Residents and staff enjoyed celebrating the 146th Kentucky Derby!