In Spring 2021, when Roland Park Place’s Grand Expansion opens—with 58 new apartments in an eight-story tower—the metropolitan senior living community will offer far more than just beautiful apartments; it will open up opportunities to build quality friendships, explore new places, and make fulfilling social and intellectual connections in the greater Baltimore community.
Metropolitan senior living in Baltimore City offers so much to today’s seniors, and the community at Roland Park Place embraces everything the Baltimore area has to offer—from lifestyle amenities at Roland Park Place to the possibilities of Downtown Baltimore, Charm City neighborhoods, and all kinds of activities at your doorstep.
To learn more about the vibrant Baltimore lifestyle seniors can experience at Roland Park Place, read on!
Charm City Living
The Grand Expansion at Roland Park Place is all about maximizing your lifestyle, so you can enjoy yourself and be healthy, active, and socially engaged. The amenities, services, and activities on the Roland Park Place campus make this possible—and the community’s proximity to all that Baltimore has to offer makes for an ideal independent living scenario.
At Roland Park Place, seniors benefit from top-of-the-line amenities and services, such as:
- Stone Hill Arts Studio
- Kruashaar Library
- Beauty Salon
- Evergreen Boutique
- Fitness and Aquatics Center
- 24-hour Security
- Receptionists and Valets
- On-Campus Parking
- Full-Service Banking
- Sedan Transportation Service
Also, as part of the Grand Expansion, Roland Park Place has added a 4,140 square foot Arts and Education Center, complete with an updated library and a 32-seat, multi-tiered theater for seminars, films, live entertainment, and lectures.
These amenities and services provide a welcoming, luxurious, and convenient way of life for Maryland seniors.
Additionally, Roland Park Place is known for fostering a strong sense of community, with activities for entertainment, mental engagement, and socialization all playing a part in enriching residents’ lives. Many of these activities focus on the health and wellbeing—both mental and physical—of residents. From a comprehensive physical wellness program to group classes, Senior Fitness Specialists, the Walking Club, Resident Gardening Areas, and more, the community ensures that residents have everything they need to be comfortable.
With so much going on, it’s no surprise that new residents at Roland Park Place form such fast and strong friendships with like-minded community members. The campus has a neighborhood feel where people can enjoy personal time as much as they like, but where they can also engage with their friends and neighbors and feel valued as part of a real Baltimore home.
Thanks to everything Roland Park Place has to offer, residents can experience rich, full day-to-day lives without leaving the campus—but whenever they do want to venture outside the senior living community, Roland Park Place’s seniors have all of Baltimore to explore.
For starters, there’s Downtown Baltimore—the heart of Charm City. The blossoming local culture, dining, entertainment, shopping, and arts scene is ready and waiting to be explored.
Baltimore’s world-famous Inner Harbor is even closer and is a historic seaport that offers several museums and the National Aquarium. And located directly beside the Inner Harbor is Harbor East, complete with trendy shops and delicious seafood. If you’ve never had Maryland’s signature blue claw crabs or crab cakes with Old Bay seasoning—Harbor East is the place for you.
The greater Baltimore area has other neighborhoods as well, and each has its own nuances and delights:
- Mount Vernon can transport visitors back in time to America’s colonial era with history and architecture well worth the visit.
- Hampden offers an up-and-coming, artsy vibe full of independent shops, restaurants, cocktail bars, and all things “hip”—especially on the main boulevard, 36th Street.
- The Fell’s Point neighborhood mixes colonial-era buildings with modern accents centered around Broadway Square, with its farmer’s market, boutiques, and local watering holes.
- The Station North Arts and Entertainment District—better known as Station North—includes the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Film Center, numerous street murals, the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and more.
Whenever Roland Park Place’s residents feel like it, they head to these neighborhoods to live the good life and pursue their goals of lifelong learning and exploration.
There’s so much to do in and around Baltimore, with local events happening all the time. Orioles’ games at Camden Yards, the Maryland Film Festival, the Maryland Zoo, museum after museum, live concerts, local markets—these are just some of the things Roland Park Place’s seniors enjoy, whether on their own or with their partners, families, and friends.
Some of the residents also get involved in local volunteering events and programs; from animal shelters to home rebuilding, tree planting, and more, there are plenty of opportunities for residents to participate in and give back to the community.
Come See Baltimore Senior Living for Yourself
If Roland Park Place and Baltimore seem like they might be the right fit for you or your loved ones, come discover more about senior living at a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). To learn more about the community and start planning your future, call 667-219-2111 to schedule a personal appointment.