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Retirement should be the best time of your life. Skyline Commons, the only continuing care retirement community in the City of New York, will offer area seniors just that.
A state-of-the-art retirement community, Skyline Commons will be a total renovation of a ten-story building located at the northwest edge of the Queens Hospital Center campus.
Opening in two and a half years in Jamaica, Queens, Skyline Commons will offer its residents a vibrant, cosmopolitan lifestyle, spacious apartments with spectacular views, services and amenities found in a luxury hotel, plus the availability of on-site long-term care, should their health status change. Over 50 of the 143 apartments have already been reserved. Typically, retirement communities of this kind are 100% full at occupancy with a three-to-five year waiting list.
This unique lifestyle will allow residents everything retirement has to offer with a luxurious resort type lifestyle and with the added assurance, under the Lifecare Plan, of supportive Enriched Housing (assisted living) and exceptional skilled nursing care right on-site, at no additional cost, should the need arise. Skyline Commons is sponsored by the Margaret Tietz Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a not-for-profit Residential Health Care Facility located in Jamaica, Queens.
According to Julia Bartholomew, Director of Marketing for the community, &#8220Residents of Skyline Commons will enjoy all the benefits of living independently while having access to on-site restaurants, theatre, fitness, social, educational, recreational programs and so much more, plus the peace of mind that comes with knowing that they have a plan in place to provide long-term health care, should they need it.”
Just imagine, as a resident of Skyline Commons, you'll be able to relax in your own luxurious apartment, listen to a famous guest lecturer or musical performance, conduct business in a state-of-the-art business suite, escape to the on-site day spa for a facial or join a friend for an espresso or cocktail at Skyline Commons' comfortable lounge. And as if that wasn't enough, each and every day Skyline Commons' Executive Chef will prepare a wide variety of sumptuous menu options, rivaling the finest restaurants.
Some important reasons to secure your place at Skyline Commons are…
1. Skyline Commons is the first and last Continuing Care Retirement Community to be built in Queens
2. You can protect your assets from the spiraling costs of health care with Skyline Commons' Lifecare Plan
3. All deposits are 100% refundable with interest
4. Your entrance fee is always 90% refundable
5. Skyline Commons is a not-for-profit retirement community
6. Skyline Commons apartment plans are unparalleled with many featuring balconies or terraces
7. As the first resident, you can personalize your new apartment home with a variety of options and upgrades
8. Monthly fees cover all-inclusive resort-style services
9. Skyline Commons' location is close to boutiques and outlets, unique jazz venues, ethnic and gourmet restaurants, museums and colleges
10. As a founding member of Skyline Commons you'll get to know your future neighbors right now
&#8220When you add in the wonderful services and amenities that residents will enjoy when living at Skyline Commons - an assortment of dining venues, on-going housekeeping, scheduled transportation, 24-hour security, emergency response system, interior and exterior maintenance, a multitude of programs and activities, and a great location close to everything and everyone in Queens - it's no wonder that so many area seniors are choosing Skyline Commons,” Bartholomew added.
To find out more about the benefits of Lifecare retirement living at Skyline Commons, contact the marketing office at 718-820-0818.


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