My in-laws came to PP in November, 2014. At that time there was a waiting list for rooms, but right now at least one entire "neighborhood" is empty. There is frequent administrative turnover. Although my M-in-L had to leave assisted living for the dementia unit ("Memory Care") on the first floor and then she passed away some months later at the age of 97, my F-i-L continues to live there. My M-iL was a very easy person and loved being there as the staff is so kind and warm. My f-i-l did not like being in any kind of facility in the beginning and was a very crotchety resident, but he has come to be glad to be there and feels very much a part of the place, respected, liked. The staff are overworked, that's for sure, but they continue to be kind and will go out of their way if you have special requests.
The place is expensive -- over $4100 a month, but it is a pretty, not depressing "nursing home."
My f-i-l loves the social opportunities there, trips, music, bingo, etc., and most of all really likes the food. It does look very good, I think, and everything I've eaten there has been home or restaurant quality, not institutional food. Food is extremely important!
One more con: at night, the only one who answers the door is the nurse. She is up on the second floor and doesn't have a buzzer but has to leave whatever she is doing to get down the stairs. Ridiculous! I can't tell you how many times my spouse or I have had to wait for a very long time, sometimes up to 40 minutes with the resident in the heat or cold outdoors, to have the door opened. The nurse seems unable to get to the phone in the evenings. There needs to be more staff. That could be a safety issue as well as an inconvenience.
The bottom line is that we have visited many, many other assisted living facilities near our home, and despite the short-comings of insufficient staff (wonderful, respectful, and accommodating as they are), ridiculous night time access arrangements for residents and families, and the high expense, this is probably the best place for my f-i-l to be. We made the right choice and do recommend it to others. So would the residents I have asked.