Affinity at Lafayte was pretty large. There were several buildings there, and there's not much grounds that had to be kept. It was more of a huge parking lot there. It was fairly new and was very well kept. My daughter and I spent probably an hour or so there. They had a lot of amenities. They had about everything you could think of for seniors. They had a theater, a library, game room, craft rooms, exercise room, and a swimming pool. They had an outside barbeque area where people could go and have barbeques. They had a big room that you could reserve if you had a family party or something. However, I saw both one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments there, and they were very small. I would have to get rid of almost all of my furniture. I had the feeling there of claustrophobia that I would be in this tiny living that had room enough maybe for a TV set, an end table, and a couch. It was nice, clean, and new. It was near shopping, and it had all kind of things going for it, but it wouldn't be for me. They also had a bar there where you could drink, and a happy hour, but it wasn't my thing. Those things were not important to me. I don't have to be doing anything all the time. I don't have to go to the theater or the game room. I'd rather just have some space in my home, have windows that are bright and cheerful. They also pay for everything, like your TV and your utilities. However, that the rent was four times the amount I pay for my apartment now.