The place to make retirement ambitions come true.
Just listen to these residents.
“There’s a great deal of interest in the arts here. Many of the cultural arts programs start from ideas our residents generate. We have a wonderful cultural arts coordinator who takes these ideas, along with the research from our subcommittees, and makes these many fabulous opportunities available to us in a very pleasant way.”
“I’ve made new friends just by being here. A few ‘hellos’ and you are in business. The dining hall is one place where new friends are waiting for you. Saturday afternoon tea in the living room is another good place to chat. I have to squeeze it in between canasta and the gym. It’s nice.”
“I’m very close to my family; they call and visit so often I sometimes tease them that I’m considering getting an unlisted phone number. Seriously though, I really don’t feel like I’ve made a change. My family is nearby, I still go to the same church, the same bank and so on. I have an extra bedroom, and someone is always sleeping over. The children and grandchildren just love coming here.”
“Dining at The Amsterdam has been enormously delightful. I had not anticipated the pleasure of knowing that our ideas would be welcome, and that the service would be so gracious and caring. From the kitchen to the servers, there is a quality of ‘what can we do to make things more to your liking?’ The staff is sensitive to each of us, and it’s particularly gratifying.”
“I’ve met many lovely people here who I can do things with. That’s what The Amsterdam is all about — finding things that you have in common. It’s just very comfortable; I’m so happy here.”