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CherryWood Village

1417 SE 107th Avenue, Portland, OR 97216

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4.29

(27 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Memory Care
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Reviews of CherryWood Village in Portland, Oregon

4.29

(27 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.8

  • Staff

    4.6

  • Food

    4.4

  • Activities

    4.8

  • Value

    4.6

Judy

5

May 22, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

I am at Cherrywood Village and I am very happy here. They keep the place spotless. The facilities are kept up very nicely. They're adding elevators right now so that we have two elevators in each one of our high-rise buildings. We practice the Fish Philosophy, which is taking care of each other. So, the staff takes care of us and we take care of them. I have a one-bedroom and it has plenty of room. Even the studio apartments are adequate. We get three meals a day and they are very good. We have a rotation every five weeks. So, the menus that we have are different for the five-week period. We're back to having excursions now every Wednesday. That includes going to the theater, to the grocery shopping two days a week, or to medical appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays (with free transportation). We have a concierge, a theater, a beauty shop, and nail care. There's something going on all the time. There's bingo nights, all kinds of card playing all the time, and a book club.

Laurel

4

February 6, 2022

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

My mother has been at Cherrywood Village. It seems to increase their longevity for the people that are there because they give them a reason to live. Everything was going really great, of course, until COVID hit, and then that was a whole another kettle of fish. However, they've done a great job of keeping the disease at bay. They've had a few cases at the assisted living, but that's about it, and they have like 400 units. They've done a good job. They keep the family and the residents all updated on what's going on. There's good communication. The facility is unbelievable. They have their own theater, their own ice cream parlor, and their own church. They have a huge dinner hall where they serve restaurant-style food, and they have a chef. They have an exercise room, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and everything's indoor. The other thing that makes it nice is that all the wings are connected by skybridges, so even on the furthest out wing they can go all the way to the dining room without going outside. All the floors and all the wings have orchards and green ridge. The only ones that don't are the on the outskirts, and they have houses that are like duplexes that they can live in. They're not very far away, but they don't have the skybridges and everything that's covered/where everything's connected. Mom's doing an art class, and she does Wii bowling. They have so many things. She's got a studio apartment and she has a full kitchen, so she cooks herself. She goes down when she wants and they have a menu that they pass out every day, every week, so that they can tell what they like. If it's something they don't like, then she fixes herself something. The dining room section is open to the outside public until COVID. Her studio apartment has no bedroom, but she has a kitchen and a nice big bathroom with access, so she can get in and out. When we did the search compared to others, Cherrywood Village was very reasonable.

Kim

5

December 5, 2021

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

My mother-in-law lives in Cherrywood Village. It is great. I love it. There's always something going on. They used to play a balloon toss game, and she loved that, and they also had art projects and holiday/birthday celebrations. It's just hard to know what they do now because of COVID, but I used to go and eat with her at lunchtime, and it was just a wonderful and caring place. The memory care area feels light and bright. They have enclosed courtyards where you can go out and sit in the sun. The residents are encouraged to plant flowers as well. There has been some turnover, but some of them are still there. They're really good about calling and scheduling reviews of the care plan and all of that.

Andre

5

July 7, 2021

I visited this facility

Cherrywood Village very clean and the staff was very, very helpful and courteous. The bedrooms were decent, nice, and clean. They had a concert going on in the parking lot when we went there. Their dining area was restaurant-style, and they have a gym or workout area and a nice library.

JS

4

June 24, 2021

I visited this facility

One of the advantages the Cherrywood Village has is it's right next door to a whole bunch of medical offices. Any of the doctor's appointments are right there practically. They have plenty of specialists in that location, and that was a nice feature. The facility was nice. Pricing was maybe a little more than some of the others, but they're all in the ballpark, as far as I could tell. The person giving the tour was awesome, very informative, took me all over, and walked me through everything. She was very good.

Reviewer#AT0314B

5

April 6, 2021

I visited this facility

We went to Cherrywood Village. Their amenities are top notch, they have anything and everything you could ever imagine. Cleanliness is awesome, room sizes a tad small, but they are at the top of our list, and for cost they are the highest. The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable.

Provider Response

Thank you so much for your kind words, and for taking the time to leave this review. We strive to provide the best for those that live and work at our community. We hope to see you again soon!

Ann

5

October 21, 2019

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

My parents are living in Cherrywood Village. It is a wonderful place. The layout, the appearance, and the staff are terrific. They have really nice apartments, too. We have a modest one-bedroom apartment, which is just fine for my parents. It looks great. The whole community is one big family. They genuinely love their residents. They cook for a specific group, and they do a good job of meeting those needs. My parents have been happy with it.

JohnSmith

1

July 16, 2019

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

My father was at Cherrywood Village - Royal Anne Assisted Living. There was bad communication from the management, but it's really pretty inside. My brother had made arrangements to come down and have dinner, but they were busy on the day they chose and they weren't able to do the tour. The supposed move-in date was Memorial Day because that's when all of us were free, but the staff said they'd like to make a big deal when they move someone in, and everyone would come to greet him. So, we did it after Memorial Day. I stayed with him all day, and there was only one person who poked their head in just to see how we were doing. There was no big fanfare or any sort of greetings except, "How are you doing?" Then weeks later, he ended up in the hospital because he had acute kidney injury from dehydration. He was more than they could take care of. The food was excellent, the apartment was nice, and they had activities, but they never got my dad involved in them. They provided haircuts, transportation, and they delivered the food to his room and provided food for anyone who visited him. The facilities were great and the people were nice, but they didn't take care of my dad and they didn't seem interested.

JK

4

May 31, 2019

I visited this facility

I like Cherrywood Village. I don't have anything bad to say. I like the things they have available for the residents to do. You would not have to use public transportation or continue to drive there. The little cottages were adorable, but they're a little bit more expensive than I was thinking. The gal who gave us the tour was very nice. The apartments were nice, but my kids and grandkids would be more comfortable visiting me in a cottage setting than wandering through an apartment building. I liked the covered bridges between the buildings.

Lisa

5

January 17, 2018

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

Cherrywood Village Retirement Community met all of my mom's needs. She loved it as soon as she walked in. It has plenty of things to do, lots of places to be, and the people are very open, welcoming, and friendly. It is a lovely place, but not pretentious. They have a pool, a gym, an art studio, a theater, a chapel, a coffee shop, a hair salon, massage therapists, and they have outings. This place has been really wonderful.

Hazel181216

4

April 26, 2017

I visited this facility

I visited CherryWood Village. The room was very nice and a good size. It could be a nice place to live. The waiter who served us lunch was very good. They were very helpful and pleasant. The food and the service were good.

Sara888888

5

April 14, 2017

I visited this facility

CherryWood was very beautiful but big and more expensive. My husband doesn't need that large of a place; however, it was very comfortable and nice. They seemed to have good personnel because we talked to a couple of people who were helpful and pleasant.

Alian

5

January 11, 2017

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

My wife moved in at Cherrywood Village a week ago, and she seems to be well treated. It’s the most physically appealing place than some of the others that we saw. The food is good, healthy, and well-prepared. The staff is good generally.

Mira761668

4

November 21, 2016

I visited this facility

CherryWood was nice. The rooms were very spacious, and the bathrooms were very nice. We were very happy to see it. They had a pool. There was a theater and an exercise room. The dining area was nice. The food was OK. It was a medium size facility. The residents looked happy.

Renee545777

4

July 1, 2016

I visited this facility

I really liked CherryWood Village Retirement Community. It had a lot of things that I thought would really work for Mom. It was very high on her list. Location was good, familiar, and absolutely beautiful. I think a lot of things are new or possibly remodeled. Everything is just new, really pretty, and planned out really well. They had beautiful furniture. Everything looked really comfortable and stylish and at the same time, accessible to older people. The colors were good for Mom, too, so she can see things.

CarolJXGSA

5

May 11, 2016

I visited this facility

I liked CherryWood Village Retirement Community because it was lightly colored and airy. Some places felt heavy because of the dark colors but also looked clean and fresh. I especially liked their underground parking and pool. The food was very good, and the waitress was so sweet, helpful, and outstanding. The servings were so large, we wound up taking half of our food home. Everybody was very nice and very friendly.

Mike118009450

3

January 31, 2016

I visited this facility

I visited CherryWood Village. The place is pretty good and it's a newer facility. Their place is just undersize. They have a lot of rooms, but their dining area is too little e. The staff is nice. Their outdoor area is pretty decent. They have good activities. They have a church inside their community. Their fee is reasonable as well.

Max11

4

December 30, 2015

I visited this facility

At CherryWood Village, we really never saw a marketing person or anything; we just decided to go through on our own. They seemed very friendly. The apartments were nice, and I only know this because there was somebody there that we recognized who offered to show us her apartment, but they looked very pleasant and they had a lot of amenities. The people were very interested in talking to other people. The food was good also. The one studio apartment that we saw was very nice and well-appointed.

Fred34

5

December 17, 2015

I visited this facility

CherryWood is a very nice place. I would highly rate this place. The room that we saw, which was a one bedroom, was nice and large. They had good activities for the residents, swimming pool, and an exercise room.

Provider Response

Thank you so much for taking the time to post your review regarding CherryWood Village. It is always our goal to personalize each visit to our great community to meet the needs of the visitor and provide them with all the information and support that we can so they can make an informed decision about their very important next move. Thank you. Lynda Scott, Director of Sales and Marketing

Shelley10

3

December 10, 2015

I visited this facility

CherryWood was very comparable to the other place I visited. Their administration was terrible, though. They didn't have continuity and couldn't even remember that I had set up an appointment. The community was wonderful, but the people running it were horrible.

Provider Response

Your feedback is appreciated and we honor your honesty. This is not a typical experience for CherryWood village so we will make every effort to make improvements to this process.

Guest4

4

December 10, 2015

I visited this facility

I liked the fact that they brought in entertainment at Cherrywood Village. They had two wonderful country-Western singers, a husband and wife in their early 50s, visit, and, in the past, it was people like Johnny Cash, Rita McIntyre, and so forth, singing in the dining area of the assisted living. What was nice about that was everybody was welcome whether you're an independent living person or a guest like me; whoever wanted to go can sit and watch them. I'm part of a theater group here in Queens that entertains older adults. I like doing little comedy skits; we've performed a couple of them and liked seeing the interactions, and I saw that same interaction there with the music. These people were singing songs and the older adults that were watching were into it, and it was wonderful to see that interaction. I thought the attitude of the staff was very nice and very caring, which is very important. For example, the young ladies who were helping to set up the show were very nice. I thought the staff was on par in the dining facility; those who served the people were very nice. So, my experience was very positive. They had a gym and a pool, and I did see some people in the pool. They had a community room where they can hold different activities, a library, beautiful grounds outside for walks, and a bus. it was on a long block but very nice. In the evening, they had a recital of chamber music in the chapel, and it was beautiful. I went to that; it was a lovely experience. The apartments were nice, and the food was average. On the whole, it was good. The food was OK, but I didn't think they had the healthiest of choices. They could have had a little more selection and healthy food options.

Provider Response

Thank you for your recent visit to Cherrywood village and appreciate the information. The staff at CherryWood are very nice and have a positive attitude. It is important to the staff to please our residents. We have a very musical campus and entertainment is a big part of what makes us special. I am please that you found everyone welcoming.

Anonymous114533850

4

November 29, 2015

I visited this facility

CherryWood Village was very nice. It was a very warm, very comfortable, modern building. That’s as much as I can say because I just saw the inside of it. I had a quick interview with the staff, and they seemed fine.

Beverly108103850

4

June 15, 2015

I visited this facility

The marketing director of Cherrywood Village was wonderful. She was really good. She even gave us books to read. Food was good. I would recommend Cherrywood Village; it is very nice.

Provider Response

Beverly, thank you so much for taking the time to post your review regarding CherryWood Village. It is always our goal to personalize each visit to our great community to meet the needs of the visitor and provide them with all the information and support that we can so they can make an informed decision about their very important next move. Thank you. Mary Ann Hard, Marketing Associate, CherryWood Village/Parkview Memory Care, 503-546-7923

Kim99026950

5

December 26, 2014

I visited this facility

The Parkview Memory Care Community of Cherrywood was brand new. They had just opened a month before I visited, and I was just visiting on the assumption that my mom might need memory care as time went along. They had assisted living, and then if you are a resident there and you needed to migrate over to the memory care, then it is an easier transition. I thought it was a fabulous place for people who needed that kind of care. It was very small. They had a central meeting area when you walk in through the main doors. The café was there, and they had a little church built inside. They had a part of an old car with a radio, so people who wanted to maybe go back in time to the 40's or 50's could turn on the radio and listen to that kind of music. They were all studio apartments, and some of them had private baths while some shared a bathroom. It was a nice, bright, cheery place. It had lots of windows, and they had a little courtyard that the residents could go out -- actually two courtyards with a sidewalk around inside the courtyard -- so the residents could actually do some walking and get some exercise outside as well.

Caring90655850

4

August 29, 2014

I visited this facility

CherryWood is a nice place. They have a beautiful swimming pool and that’s what I would go for. I haven’t eaten there, but I have an idea that it's pretty good and I know their standards are very high because I worked in their sister facility. They are very attentive to safety issues and cleanliness. They are constantly monitoring staff and personnel. They are very attentive to those details. I would trust somebody living there and would recommend the place.

Jim33

5

September 26, 2013

I am/was a resident of this facility

CherryWood Village is very close to Adventist Medical Center which is a big plus. It is very close to my church also. The wellness center is very good and there is a large pool along with that. The activities there are very good.

R.S

5

August 21, 2013

Other

This community is incredible. There is a real sense of family and caring among the residents and employees, the property is beautiful, the restaurant's food is excellent with a full menu, the coffee shop is great - they actually serve Stump Town coffee! - and the amenities are numerous and outstanding - especially the Wellness Center and it's great crew and the Activity team with their steady stream of excursions, clubs, classes, and events. I was first introduced to CherryWood Village back in 2001 and have been a fan ever since.

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Costs for CherryWood Village in Portland, Oregon

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$5,100

Starting Price

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.

$3,500

Starting Price

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$8,200

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of CherryWood Village in Portland, Oregon

Costs

  • Entry Fee
  • Entry Fee Cost: 3000
  • Fee Structure Extra: Entry fee cost : $3000; Memory Care Shared Starting at $7500

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments

Features

  • Resident Transportation
  • Golf
  • Garden And Patio

About CherryWood Village in Portland, Oregon

Meet CherryWood Village – Resort-Style Living with Green Space Galore

Natural beauty, endless comfort, and a vibrant, active lifestyle. This is life at CherryWood Village—an innovative, resort-style community located on a lush 12-acre campus next to Adventist Medical Center and minutes away from Portland’s city center. Offering three types of senior living; there’s a home here for everyone.

On any given day, CherryWood is buzzing with life and activity. Residents enjoy everything from active favorites like the 18-hole putting golf course and swimming pool to the soul-nurturing moments found in the community garden and art classes. This amazing campus is filled with dining, entertainment, spiritual, recreational, and social opportunities.

Some of Our Featured Amenities & Services:
  • Basic Cable
  • Housekeeping
  • Scheduled Transportation
  • 24-hour Security
  • Emergency Call System
  • Chapel
  • Linen Service
  • Pool
  • State-of-the-Art Gym
  • Laundry
  • Front Desk Services
  • Walking Paths
  • Putting Green
  • Cafe
  • Vitality Calendar
  • Putting Green
  • Art Studio
  • Theater
  • Church Services
  • Gardening Area
  • 24-hour Staff
  • Private Dining Room
  • Pet Friendly

Cherrywood Village provides a sense of community and socialization, offering residents the opportunity to forge meaningful friendships and participate in a variety of activities and events.With access to professional care services and assistance readily available, seniors and their families can have peace of mind knowing that their health and safety are a top priority in a senior living setting.

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