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Holiday Vineyard Place

4017 SE Vineyard Rd, Milwaukie, OR 97267

(800) 558-0653

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4.32

(49 reviews)

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Reviews of Holiday Vineyard Place in Milwaukie, Oregon

4.32

(49 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.4

  • Staff

    4.8

  • Food

    4.4

  • Activities

    3.7

  • Value

    3.4

Limpalong

5

April 3, 2024

I am/was a resident of this facility

Vineyard by Atria is currently doing a complete remodel and doing it very well. With absolute minimal interruption to we the residents the rooms are all being remodeled very nicely as well as all public spaces and the dining room. By far the best feature is the staff. All are wonderful and carding, the staff enjoy being here and it shows by the way they interact with each of us, learning our nuances, likes and wants. They take time to listen and have fun with us. Meals are very good. I marvel at how the dining staff is able to prepare really great tasting meals daily and how they are able to prepare the food so it is so incredibly tender, almost melting in your mouth. I enjoy food and have not been disappointed. All and all I am finding my living here a pleasant experience and am very glad this is where I choose to stay.

Marie

3

December 7, 2023

I visited this facility

The Holiday Vineyard Place was really lovely. They were doing a lot of renovation out there, which I think they need to do because it looked a little aged. There's upholstery that's worn out and that kind of stuff, but they're doing an upgrade now. I particularly liked their dining room. It was on the top floor and had a beautiful view of the Willamette Valley. It was just lovely with big windows, and they're redoing that, too. The lady that was there was very nice and very friendly. They took me into a couple of the newly renovated units, and they were very nicely done. They had a courtyard at the back of the building. They had some meeting rooms on the main floor that had access to a courtyard at the back. Some units had sliding glass doors with small patios.

Deborah

4

April 12, 2023

I visited this facility

I went out to Holiday Vineyard Place. Nice staff, a nice manager. I think they just turned out to be too expensive for me. The activities were fine. The rooms were very expensive. They were smaller than I expected them to be, and the price was higher. For instance, the living room was a sleeping alcove. I think they call that their studio. But the price is too high. They have free cable. That is included in there, I got menus, and I got everything I asked for. They have a library, and a very small workout area. The amenities were nice. The building was older than I thought it would be, and it wasn't very clean.

PortlandMB

1

January 23, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother was a resident at Vineyard Place for 1 year. On the 1-year anniversary, Atria jacked up her rent by $357 per month! Many residents have had to leave or move into smaller units. It's put a real hardship on the senior residents and has been sad to see. Since Atria took over, they've also cut services. The staff has been nice but the new management company is profit hungry. The entire building has to share 4 washing machines. It's a nightmare trying to get a machine for laundry and there are frequent issues with it. There are constant issues with the bus service and only minimal short outings.

Provider Response

Monica, we appreciate your feedback. Your mother is a valued member of our community. Please know our rate adjustments are looked at carefully each year and are based on a number of factors, including increased operational expenses – like labor costs, wages, benefits, taxes, insurance – and the increased costs of goods and services. I know you’ve spoken about your concerns with the General Manager and I have also made our Regional Vice President aware. We’re available if you want to talk more about your experience.

Pat

5

October 5, 2022

I visited this facility

Holiday Vineyard Place was lovely. They've got multiple different things in the home for you to do. They have free laundry, exercise, art classes, movies, puzzles, games, a walking club, quilting classes, and a wide range of things to keep you interested. The room was beautiful. I loved it and they're going to be doing some remodeling on the inside, as well as the painting on the outside. So, they apparently keep up with maintenance and everything. The only thing was they require you to have a vaccination or you can't move in. Other than that, the facility itself is beautiful. It was great. The lady who gave the tour was very knowledgeable and friendly.

Michele

4

May 28, 2022

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was clean. The eating facilities were very nice. They had live music playing during lunchtime when we visited. The staff that showed us around was very helpful, positive, warm, and friendly. The outdoor experience was nice and it had walking trails as well. There was a nice outdoor space and they had a nice area if you wanted to do gardening, and they had outdoor barbecues in the summertime in a nice patio sort of natural environment. There were trees around and a wooded area as well. It was a very natural feeling inside. If my parents would have considered it, having to do laundry outside of the apartment would have not been a good thing for them.

Robert

5

May 15, 2022

I visited this facility

We saw The Vineyard Place. We didn't go in to have a meal, but we toured around and talked to a lady for about an hour and it's a very nice place. There's nothing bad I could say about it. We talked to some people there and everybody talked about how they're a great big family down there. Nobody said a bad word about anything. Later on, it's something my wife and I might look into again. I believe the person who assisted us was Susan, and she was great. She was very knowledgeable and very personable. Anything you ask her, she had an answer for it. We looked at one-bedrooms and they were a little bit bigger than I expected and they were nice. We were not able to try the food because we left right before lunchtime but they invited us to come back. I looked at some of their menus and they had a wide variety of food. Some of it I would eat, some of it I wouldn't. There's a fairly good-sized refrigerator in every room, and most of the rooms I looked at had a three-burner cooktop. I could also put a microwave in there, so it'd be fine. I saw them fix the food and it looked really good. The people I talked to also said the food is great. They got everything from puzzles, and an exercise room, to a theater room. They had 2 places to watch movies. You could also take the DVDs back to your room if you'd like. They had two libraries, one was a hardback library and then the other library was for all paperbacks. They also had a beauty salon that does hair and nails. They had a bus that goes out for activities. They take you to doctor's appointments once a week and once a week to shop. There is always something going on there. They had an enclosed back area there with a big patio and grass where you can play a horseshoe. There's also a trail there that goes to a long gate that has a code to open up. You'd maybe walk 150 or 200 feet and you're at the theater, which I thought was kind of cool. It's close to shopping, Fred Meyers is right down the street, so everything's right there.

Debbie

5

May 3, 2022

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was clean and bright. It had lots of light and the people were very caring. They bent over backwards to try to accommodate my mom's celiac diet, which is very, very, very unusual. We've probably looked at 50 places and nobody (except one which was more like a nursing home) would even consider feeding her. So, that's a huge problem. No one will cook for a celiac/gluten-free diet and that's medically necessary, not just a fad, but Vineyard Place is going to do that. The lady who toured us was very understanding of the transition. She showed my mother lots of options. She was very friendly and was excellent. My mom will have an apartment that has a full kitchen (which is also kind of unusual as many of them don't have ovens). They have a giant courtyard area, a walking path that's a quarter-mile long that's off the street, and a nice wide paved path.

V.

5

April 20, 2022

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was very nice. The rooms, to me, were a little small, but it was nice that everything was paid for. I liked the amenities. I talked to a few of the residents, and they all seemed very happy. There's no designated parking spot, so if I had to park a long way away. It could be an issue. Otherwise, it seems like a very nice facility. They had a nice dining area, and they do outings where they went out to places with their little van that would take people to the store and everything. It all seemed very clean and organized. The studios only had a kitchenette, but the one-bedroom and two-bedroom had stoves and a refrigerator. Anything else, you had to bring yourself. They have courtyards, too. I was quite impressed by the place. The lady I met was very, very helpful and friendly.

Donna

5

April 17, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My father has moved into Vineyard Place. It's close to where he's been for the last 60-some years and it's close to our house. It's very clean and very friendly. It's a great place. The staff members are awesome. The room is nice. It's a lot smaller than what he moved from, so it's an adjustment, but he's adjusting well and making new friends. I've looked at the activities, but my dad doesn't do a lot of those because he's hard of hearing and he's almost 98 years old. The food has been great. We've eaten there several times because they let the family eat there the first month to get them adjusted and it's delicious. They have something every day. We had friends that lived there before.

Claudia

5

April 5, 2022

I visited this facility

We had an in-person tour of Vineyard Place, and we were very impressed. There wasn't anything to dislike as far as I was concerned. The only thing is that I expected the one-bedrooms to be a little bigger, but they will be adequate. They were very nice and well-appointed. They have a stove and a refrigerator. The lady spent a lot of time with us and answered all our questions. It was excellent. The dining area was very nice, appealing, spacious, and clean. The staff showed us everything. She didn't rush through the tour. They have a laundry room, many social areas, a lot of activities, and a garden patio.

Cindy

5

March 5, 2022

I visited this facility

I like Vineyard Place's all inclusive plan and that they have different areas within the facility for seniors to watch movies, play games like puzzles, and just meet. The dining area was gorgeous. It's a big open area and they had a great assortment of meal plans. The person who gave the tour, Susan, was very professional and very valuable in helping my mom consider what needs to be done before she moves in there. She made suggestions to her to think about what would work for her and how to go about doing that. She was outstanding, and I really enjoyed doing the tour with her. The residents were just so open and friendly. It's pet-friendly, which suits my mom's needs, and the pricing was reasonable. The layout of the room was smart. They were large rooms, and we were shown both a furnished room and an empty room so that we could visualize the difference, as well as where my mom could possibly place her items. It really helped her understand what she could do. They have an activity schedule that includes playing bingo, transportation to the local stores or to casinos, and trips in the area (which my mom loves). We grew up as a family going to the coast, so it's nice to see the different activities that they have for their residents. These trips are a great opportunity for them to meet new friends and do different things. I really, really enjoyed it. In fact, I wouldn't mind living there myself. It's very clean and everything about it was positive.

Carol

3

January 4, 2022

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was a lovely place. They just don't have any two-bedroom apartments available. We went, unfortunately, in the evening, so we had difficulty finding the place. My little GPS sent me to the back and we got lost. The parking lot was not very well lit, and there's no assigned parking. It's just park where we can, which is OK, but I use a mobility scooter to get around, and I have to unload the scooter manually. I don't have a way to do it electronically. The problem with that is it's kind of on the side of the hill, so for me, the parking was not ideal. The lady who showed us around was very gracious. She was trying to come up with ways to help us to get in there, but for us, the prices are just too high. Some people, I understand, will have life insurance, or they've had work experience that they were able to retire from and get money from. My only source of income is Social Security, so that makes it really difficult. I understand the fees for the animals, which is OK. They have community activities that you can choose to sign up for and go to, like if there's a ballet in town and you want to go, you can go to that. They have onsite activities, arts and crafts, physical fitness classes, a little library onsite, and free WiFi. Your utilities are included. It was really nice, the location was OK, the people were polite, the building was great, but it didn't really go like, "This would be home." The staff was very helpful. They did the best they could.

Susan

5

November 7, 2021

I visited this facility

We visited Vineyard Place. The people that lived there were friendly as I walked through. The room was spacious. I was very impressed. They had a little cook stove and that was the only place that had that. It was spacious and the day I was there, they had availability on the first floor, which was a good thing, but we did look at another room on another level. Mom's not active in the place that she's at just because she's not used to that, joining people in card playing, but they seemed to offer that. They had plenty to do, but she doesn't do a lot. I liked it very much. It smelled good and it looked good. She had been to visit someone there a couple of years ago. They would give the residents the call button that you wear around your neck. I thought that was a good thing. The med cart was being used near one room that they showed me and the person there was friendly and they say hello and they ask how are you or welcome. I saw some people in the kitchen that were just doing their job. Everything looked good. Their dining room was on the third floor and it looked out onto the trees that were changing color, and it was so welcoming. There wasn't anyone in the dining room at the time that I was there, but just walking in itself was welcoming. I didn't taste any food. The vacant room that I saw was very clean, the carpet was clean, and the windowsills were clean. It was well kept. It had this kitchen situation. It seemed like it wasn't going to be cluttered. It was a whole counter of space. They showed me the room where they showed movies and it was quiet in there. I liked it except for parking because my mother still drives. Parking was a ways away. Everybody seemed to know where to go and what they were doing. They have gardens and walking paths, so that was attractive. As of the day, I went there, they have had no Covid and that spoke a lot.

Darlene

5

October 3, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My husband moved to Vineyard Place Milwaukie. We chose it because it's closer to the family, and he feels very comfortable on that side of town. The staff is wonderful. They're very helpful, very courteous, and very caring. It's a really good fit for my husband right now. His room is a studio apartment. It is very clean, well-kept and very spacious. I've gone and had several meals with him. The food is excellent. They've got a chef that does a great job.

Marilyn

4

September 12, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to visit Vineyard Place. It's an independent living place, and the tour was great. It looks like the place was well taken care of. The staff that toured me was really good. I sent an email with some questions and requested the dimensions of the rooms, and I never got a response back though. I had to call a couple of times. I finally talked to the general manager, and she got me the information I needed. We only talked with that one person, and she was very good. We saw two residents doing activities there. The rest of the residents we saw in the hallway and that was it. They have a sewing room, a crafts room, a billiard table, and a library. They have a couple of pianos. They played all kinds of games. The overall condition looked like it was well taken care of. It would be nice if they responded back when you send them an email though.

Nancy

5

September 9, 2021

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place Milwaukie was nice and their people were friendly, but it was in an area of town that I am not familiar with, and that I do not care for. It had busy roads. The rooms were nice and clean. The person who assisted me during the tour was very, very informative, and gave me a lot of information that I didn't even know I needed to ask. The dining area was light, and airy, and comfortable. I saw that they had poker.

Lourdes

4

August 21, 2021

I visited this facility

I toured The Vineyard Place, and it was beautiful. They had wonderful activities for everybody. The community there was pretty friendly. I enjoyed it, but it was very expensive. The staff were very friendly, very nice, and very accommodating. They offered me a lemonade. Then again at the end of it, they offered me water. The place was pretty clean and organized.

J.Z.

5

June 25, 2021

I visited this facility

We have found Vineyard Place. We are waiting for an apartment there. It is very nice. The outside is very nice, and they take care of it. The apartment that we got, they put in new carpet and new appliances. It's very clean, and people seem to be very friendly there. We haven't interacted with the people living there yet too much. The staff seems to be very nice and very helpful. They seem to walk you through everything. Apparently, we're going to be assigned to someone that will help us navigate around for the first few weeks. We have met one lady, and she's very nice. We chose the third floor because there are pretty trees out the windows and there is a nice view of the outside. We met our neighbors already through the window talking to them. It's a nice neighborhood, it is well kept, and we're close to stores, and fairly close to a hospital. There is a game room, there is a room where they can watch movies, there is an exercise room downstairs, and they have free washers and dryers and a hair salon, so you can get your hair cut. They have transportation if you need to go somewhere. We have activities. Apparently, they have like a bingo night, they have cards, they have games and puzzles, and they have a piano, and I'm a pianist, and so they said, "Come and play the piano for us sometimes." I have brought my piano in my apartment. They seem to be amenable to our various things. They'll have a medical alert that they'll give us up, and they will check on us. They have posted their menu and all of their activities that go on. In fact, we even tasted the food while we were there, and it was wonderful. It's so good. They have a chef there and they would give us three meals and two snacks in a day. We have a little tiny kitchen with a stove and refrigerator if we want to eat in our apartment. We haven't lived there yet, but it seems like it's a great place. The staff was very helpful and very nice. The room is very nice. The people there seemed to be enjoying themselves. As I was peering in, people were playing cards, and seemed to be pretty content. The people that I've talked to just walking by, they seemed to be very happy. It seemed like they go out of their way to provide activities and stimulation for the residents. It seemed like they keep busy, and I looked on the activity sheet and it looked like there's something to do every day. The place was very clean, nice, and quiet. They have nice arts. In fact, they offer a cleaning service for the apartments too. We also like the fact that when we travel cross country, we can stay anywhere at any Holiday place for a week anywhere in the country for free, and that's what we like, too, because we have family back east, and that's quite a helpful thing to have. And then if someone comes to visit, they have like a rollout bed that we could use.

ReviewerVT030920211

5

April 4, 2021

I visited this facility

I was able to tour the Vineyard Place and it was more than five stars, but I just can't afford it. It was wonderful. It had a good location. I did not get to try the food but I toured the eating facilities and everything there was wonderful. They have a wonderful library where you can either check out a book or sit in there to read. The staff were wonderful, and I talked to two ladies at the front desk. Susan, who gave the tour, was wonderful and really helpful. She even called me to check in after I told them I could not afford it. It was beautiful. They had raised flower beds, walking paths, and are next to a shopping center. They have a gate that they can give you a code to and you can walk to the shopping center; avoiding walking out onto the main street. So, they have a lot of good options and they offer two meals and two snacks a day.

upfisk

2

January 19, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My father and his wife were residents here for 10 years. We visited once a year for several days at a time for dad's birthday. The food initially was sort of good. By year 10 it was barely palatable. My step mom died 2 years ago and Vineyard place reduced dad's rent to reflect 1 less person getting meals. Dad died this year on the last day of the month. I needed exactly 1 month to clean out his apartment. No, Vineyard Place absolutely not did give me a reduced rate on no meals, no weekly cleaning, nothing. While we were there for 2 weeks cleaning out the apartment, we were never offered meals, even though meals had been paid for! The newer management, Darcy, seems very predatory. We do not like this place and would never consider living here. The computer room consists of 2 ancient desktops, neither work very well. One resident trys to keep the computers working, but no staff know about the computers. Wi-Fi is available in the central area, not in rooms. There is a tiny movie room showing old movies. The bus was broken for the past year for field trips. The gym might have had a broken treadmill. The grounds are beautiful, the only exercise is walking around the buildimg.

Provider Response

Hello, thank you for taking the time to share this feedback. We would first like to extend our sincerest condolences for your loss. We regret to hear that you were not completely satisfied with your experience and are confident this does not represent our community as a whole. Due to protocols put into place to ensure the safety of our residents, our normal meal service and housekeeping services have changed to accommodate. We recently upgraded our computers to brand new ones and our staff does have IT support if needed. Our bus was unable to run for several months due to protocols. We understand that this has been a unique time and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you would like to discuss your concerns further, please feel free to contact the community directly. Our goal is to have happy residents and family members so your feedback is important to us. Thank you

Joyce

5

January 16, 2021

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was a wonderful place. If things don't work out with my grandson, I would really consider moving there. The rooms were very well designed, very light, and large. The staff was absolutely wonderful. Their cleanliness was really what got me. It was so clean and well maintained.

Phyllis

5

July 4, 2020

I am/was a resident of this facility

My experience living in Vineyard Place has been great so far. Two years ago I also came out and stayed for a couple of nights just to see the place and the people, but I wasn't ready to move in then. Right now we're on lockdown. The people are very friendly. I participate in their activities and they have wonderful meals; they have a chef here who is fabulous. I just felt right at home here. They normally have card games, bingo, arts and crafts night, they have all kinds of things going on in the mornings and afternoons, and you just choose which ones to participate in. There's plenty of food, they bring it to our rooms, and put it on a chair outside our rooms because we can't come in and we can't go out. But they knock on the door to tell you that they're leaving food. When we found this place we came out and I stayed to see what it was like. I'm happy.

Dave

5

August 31, 2018

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was really nice and had great amenities. If we could afford it, we'd be there now. The food was very good. The preparation and presentation were great. The staff was very pleasant.

Provider Response

Hi Dave, we are very happy we could provide you with a positive experience! We look forward to your next visit! Take care!

Louann

4

July 31, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My brother-in-law was at Vineyard Place. The staff members were good too. However, everything was in the same room; there was no separate bedroom. They had card games, bingo, movies, and transportation to doctors and the bank. They tried to go out once a week to lunch to get the residents out of their rooms. The staff members were all wonderful. They were very friendly and very nice. They always welcomed us when we came over for lunch. I like them.

Kathy

3

February 14, 2018

I visited this facility

I was not impressed with Vineyard Place. There seemed to be a lot of folks with higher needs there. It was very old, dated, and dank. I could not see my aunt living there at all. It wasn't bright, light, spacious, and inviting. People were pleasant enough, but they seemed very busy. They were doing some upgrades so there were maintenance people around. I just didn't have a good feeling that it would be a good place where my aunt would be comfortable.

Ron

5

July 17, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I chose Vineyard Place for my mother because of the cost and the facility, and the room was about 20 feet away from the dining hall and 20 feet away from the elevator. The amenities are excellent. I've had a couple of meals there; the food is good, and there are lots of choices. They got activities. It's fabulous. I can't say enough good things about them. They go around and check on you. I haven't met anybody that didn't say hi to me. The staff is excellent and always willing to help.

James472555

3

November 21, 2016

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place as a whole was sort of dark, and I didn’t care for the location because it was hard to get to. It’s a busy area, and it’s not a typically nice area. You go in there, and you have dark walls, wood panels, and low ceilings. You almost want to turn around and walk out. Their dining hall was on the 3rd floor which we never even got to. The room needed repainting, but some of them were a little dark. The whole atmosphere turned you off when you walked into it.

Ron200477

4

September 30, 2016

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was nice and seemed to be well run. The rooms were nicely done, well furnished, and laid out pretty well. They have a lot of stuff going on, and the people seemed to be very much involved.

Provider Response

Thanks for the feedback, Ron200477. We strive to provide excellent service to our customers at Vineyard Place, and appreciate you reaching out to share this feedback with us!

JB3

4

February 16, 2016

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was a very nice place. I really liked it, but the price was outrageous. The staff was just nice. I didn’t really look at the rooms because once I saw that people there were just nice and didn’t go past nice and that the price was outrageous, I just said, “Ugh,” and that was that. They had a masquerade party and bingo and a lot more things going on over there, which was very tempting.

Joanne116261750

4

November 25, 2015

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place is a little bit older and small, but seemed nice and clean. The staff that I talked with was very friendly. I thought it was a good experience. One lady who was a resident there came out of the elevator, and she smiled, she seemed like a person that I would like to know. They had a dining room that we could reserve for our family to have special dinners, and there were table cloths on the whole area. That was nice. The room that I saw was a studio with nice and large bathrooms. It was something that I will look into again when the time comes.

Anonymous115780950

3

November 22, 2015

I visited this facility

Vineyard was a good place, and my husband liked it. The room that they showed us was for only one person, so for the two of us, it was too small. The people were friendly, but it’s too much money. Vineyard was good, but we still don’t want to be in a place like that. We still want to be in our house.

Mary115677550

5

October 29, 2015

I visited this facility

The first community I visited was called Vineyard Place. Everything there was nice. The place and the gal that took me around were nice, too. The room seemed to be very comfortable, but I don’t think that was the kind of place I was looking for. I wanted independent living where I could do my own cooking and stuff like that. They have a kitchen but not a stove. It’s a five-star rating for the type of facility it is.

Caring108056750

5

June 16, 2015

I visited this facility

I visited Vineyard Place, and I liked it. The staff showed me the place and gave me the tour. They tried to be helpful and friendly. They have nice spacious apartments with one bedroom. It was a nice place with nice grounds. The dining room looked great. Everything looked really nice. They had lots of activities, and they had lots of services. I would recommend them. The best thing that stood out was the management.

Nola4

5

May 17, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Everyone was very friendly at Vineyard Place. I stayed there for lunch. I was very impressed with the serving, appearance, and taste of the food. It was all very good. The dining room was very nice. I looked at their one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, and I thought that they were spacious, very nicely set up, and very well taken care of. They had indoor activities as well as activities where they go away from the facility. I think that my ex-husband participates in bingo, crafts, and bible studies. They had all kinds of things going on. It was very interesting. It would be a place I would move into if I was ready.

Caring104302050

4

March 31, 2015

I visited this facility

Vineyard was very nice and very clean. The staff was very helpful, and they were very open if you wanted to ask any questions. They seemed very reasonably priced and very well-equipped. It seemed they have most anything you want covered in regards to anything a person would need. I visited this place for my brother who is in a wheelchair. What I am looking for is an independent retirement community that has assisted help if needed, and this facility definitely seemed to have that. You have to pay extra for it, but it is available if he needs it. If he needs help getting up in the morning or going to bed at night, he can pay extra for that if he needs it, or if he needs his clothing washed because maybe he can't quite get into their laundry, then for an additional charge, they will do that for him.

Rena3

5

March 31, 2015

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place just had a very good feeling, and when I walked in, it felt comfortable. The people were very welcoming and very helpful. It looks to me like it is a very easy to get around spot. I do know a little bit about the area, and I like where it is located. The rooms are OK. I'd rather have bigger, but I can't afford bigger. I think the people and the employees that I was in contact with impressed me.

Steve104141350

4

March 31, 2015

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place was a community that seemed to have a little bit more active and younger population. The whole staff seemed to be very involved in meeting the residents' needs. It's on a nice fairly large property close to shopping, but on a quiet backstreet. We were impressed. The staff made it special. We ate there, and the kitchen was above average. They had very nice corner apartments and seemed to have a very involved and caring staff.

Karen107438961

5

March 11, 2015

I visited this facility

I have seen their ad online, I called and made arrangements for a tour, and they had me for lunch too. The staff was very helpful. They have various sizes; starting with the studio apartments, they go out to the regular one-bedroom. I know they have something more, but I wasn't interested in anything else. They have a system where everybody sits down, and they would start serving on the left side one day; then the next day, they'd start on the right, so that nobody is ever waiting a long time, and the food was very delicious. They have something going on everyday like shopping trips, and they have a good-sized room for exercising. I played bingo at the Vineyard once, and that was fun.

Karen107438861

5

March 11, 2015

I visited this facility

I have seen their ad online, I called and made arrangements for a tour, and they had me for lunch too. The staff was very helpful. They have various sizes; starting with the studio apartments, they go out to the regular one-bedroom. I know they have something more, but I wasn't interested in anything else. They have a system where everybody sits down, and they would start serving on the left side one day; then the next day, they'd start on the right, so that nobody is ever waiting a long time, and the food was very delicious. They have something going on everyday like shopping trips, and they have a good-sized room for exercising. I played bingo at the Vineyard once, and that was fun.

ayoung75

4

December 6, 2014

Other

My friend and I visited this facility and were served lunch. The lunch was good and the tour was very informative. At the time my friend was and is looking for assisted living as she has a diagnosis that determines her future needs. As for me, I have given up. I am not in need of assisted living. Independent would be fine for me. I find the cost of these places to be exorbitant and not meeting my needs. As for the people I encountered; they were pleasant, informative and charming. I was impressed by the cleanliness and lack of smells in the facility. The food was good and nutritious. The grounds were beautiful and well maintained. Yvonne Cipressi

Lavern2

5

November 22, 2014

I visited this facility

The environment and the rooms were great. One of the mangers at Vineyard Place that took me on my tour is absolutely wonderful; every one of those people that live there, he knew their names. Their dining room is wonderful, they had lots to offer, and I looked at a studio and I looked at a 1-bedroom, I liked both of them. I think it was somewhere every Wednesday they have somebody arrange a day trip, but it was very small for me.

Caring75060950

4

December 13, 2013

I visited this facility

The environment at Vineyard Place was nice. Their dining room was big. I would recommend them, but it's just not for me.

Caring72049350

4

October 19, 2013

I visited this facility

Vineyard Place is very nice, bright and cheery, comfortable for the price. The food and everything that you get is worth it. It is a little on the skimpy side as far as the building and building maintenance, but otherwise it is a pretty good facility located perfectly and it is on a beautiful manicured lot.

Bonnie21

5

September 18, 2013

I visited this facility

I came across Vineyard Place from an online search. I was given a list from one of the websites I visited and Vineyard Place was one of those listed. When we visited this place, both my daughter and I were very impressed with their staff. They seemed very friendly. We were able to talk with them for a few minutes and everyone there seemed very happy with what they were doing. We ate an evening meal in their big dining room and it was a very nice experience. The food was tasty enough. Apparently residents would have their large meal at noon. They also showed us three of their individual rooms. They were clean and pleasant enough, although really small. I'm a person who has been lucky enough to have a large room all my life, so I think no matter where I move, I'm going to have a problem. We were also fortunate enough to see one of their activities during a happy hour. An Elvis impersonator was performing and he was exceptionally good.

Rosemary9

4

August 2, 2013

I am/was a resident of this facility

We liked Vineyard. We stayed there for six months. It's an old building but they maintained it very well. The only thing that I liked better when I was with the Holiday system and was one of the reason that we joined them was because if you wanted to travel a little bit, you could stay in one of their facilities wherever it was in the country as long as you made a prior call and made arrangement and we liked that.

Aileen20

4

July 24, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom has been living in the Vineyard since May. She has been to a place that was a lot similar. It was the price, the amenities that made us chose the place, and it was near my siblings. She's very stimulated, she's a social person and she has all kinds of activities to do. One set of managers seem to really look out for the people but I'm still questioning the other set of managers.

sulu2525

4

November 8, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Here are some comments I would make about Vineyard Place: The staff is very friendly and helpful. The managers live there and they seem to get to know the residents well. They also seem to me to care a great deal about how the building is functioning. The folks who work in the kitchen also seem very personable and make the residents feel comfortable. They all seem professional and to be hard workers. I have not had any interactions with them that would lead me to be concerned or consider complaining. Nor have I heard any residents complain about anyone who works there. I think this is unusual and a real plus regarding the quality of this facility. The amenities seem nice but since my family member doesn't use them much it's tough to grade them. I've seen the library, hair salon, and laundry facilities and they all appear clean and well kept. The facility itself is fairly nice. The decor is outdated and my biggest complaint is the music they pipe in throughout the facility. I don't know how to describe it but it is elevator music from the 40's maybe? It's the same every time and it's not exactly enjoyable. It might help to mix it up a bit and use some variety in the easy listening they select.

Caring726

5

April 14, 2012

I am/was a resident of this facility

We found that we are a good fit for Vineyard Place. The people there are friendly and we like the management, we are very impressed with them. We like the food as well. We are happy with where it is located, it's close to everything. It's just a block from stores, restaurants and a movie theater. Vineyard fits our needs as we are close to our family. The price was right, which was one of the most important things. They helped us find someone to help us with our military benefits free of charge. The apartment has two bathrooms, a very big bedroom and a nice kitchen. We are very happy here.

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Costs for Holiday Vineyard Place in Milwaukie, Oregon

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$2,939

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Services and Amenities of Holiday Vineyard Place in Milwaukie, Oregon

Costs

  • Fee Structure Extra: Included in Rent: Basic Cable, Electric, Gas, Sewer, Water

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  • 1-bedroom apartments
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  • Studio Apartments

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  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

About Holiday Vineyard Place in Milwaukie, Oregon

Vineyard Place is located in Milwaukie, OR, providing a vibrant backdrop for your new life as a valued member of our caring community.

From pleasant housekeepers, to attentive servers at mealtime and helpful maintenance technicians who are there when you need them, this community is the new extension of your family. We take pleasure in getting to know each of our residents and look out for their comfort and happiness. Our culinary team preparesthree delicious meals each day, served in our beautiful dining room. We provide housekeeping, linen services, fun and stimulating activities, off-site excursions, transportation to your personal appointments and a variety of classes and programs. Our warm, comfortable community and our friendly staff and residents will welcome you. We look forward to making your life easier any way we can.

So come to Vineyard Place for a visit...and stay!

*We understand that each individual is unique and that needs may change over time. Holiday by Atria does not provide any health care services. However, residents are welcome to receive services from any outside home health care provider of their choice to help them continue enjoying life at our community.

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