It is very nice and clean, the atmosphere is very friendly, and the people are helpful. The director sat down with us, and she gave us a tour of the rooms and the facilities. It's loaded with stuff so the residents don't have to leave the place in order to take advantage of storage, laundry, or whatever else they need. It's a beautiful place and it's a new; only a couple years old. It has nice grounds and places where you can walk and observe the birds or have a place to garden. It's a three story garden. When we visited they had two big playing tables in the eating area and people were playing cards. The people were coming and going, some had canes, some had wheelchairs, everybody seemed happy and were happy to tell you that it's a great place. They have good furniture, a big elevator, they have a post office there, a theater, and a library. Everything seems to be handy, convenient, and clean. In terms of food, you bring your own. Their dining area was very spacious, it had a piano, and if you have a birthday or something to celebrate with your family you can use the dining area. They don't have a kitchen except for the one behind the dining area. We were offered coffee by one of the ladies playing cards. The residents can bring food in and share if they want. I would rate them the highest out of the places we saw. The person who gave the tour was very nice. Their facilities were excellent. They had double doors and the people checking the temperature did an excellent job of separating the people who came into the building. They take the safety of the residents very seriously. When you walk down the hall some residents have signs on their doors saying that they didn't want to be disturbed. That's a big plus and makes the residents feel more comfortable. It reminds me of an upscale place. The residents can decorate the inside of their apartment.