Plans for New Rental Senior Living Community at Stadium Place

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On March 5, Presbyterian Senior Living will unveil plans for a new 36-unit rental senior living community on the historic grounds of Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, MD. Plans will be unveiled with a commemorative beam signing, attended by Presbyterian Senior Living and GEDCO officials, as well as councilmen Carl Stokes and Bill Henry. The new community will offer maintenance-free senior living for people who are 62 or older.

Heritage Run at Stadium Place is a new, rental senior living community developed by Presbyterian Senior Living, in partnership with GEDCO (Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation). Presbyterian Senior Living is a not-for-profit organization, providing retirement and care services to seniors in the mid-Atlantic region of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Delaware.

Heritage Run at Stadium Place offers exceptional value and a winning location.

Heritage Run at Stadium place offers senior apartments reserved for those 62 or older in a brand new building located on the historic grounds of Memorial Stadium in Baltimore.

With a secure entrance and security cameras, Heritage Run provides residents with safety and peace of mind. One affordable monthly fee includes monthly rent; all basic utilities including heat, electric, water, sewer; off street parking; scheduled transportation; and a variety of additional services and amenities.  Apartment features include in-unit washer and dryer, emergency call system, trash removal, and all appliances.

An on-site Community Manager, maintenance staff, and a Life Enrichment Coordinator provides a valuable resource to access and coordinate services as well as community activities and events.

Community features include a fitness center, community room, great room with complimentary wifi, private meeting room and catering kitchen. Residents also have access to other amenities on the Stadium Place campus, including a special community rate at the area’s new YMCA.

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