SENIOR LIVING IN REDMOND, WASHINGTON
Welcome to Emerald Heights.
When you pull up to our front gate off of a quiet street on Education Hill, the friendly greeting sets the stage. Emerald Heights senior living community is more than a place to live. It’s a neighborhood. A lifestyle. And a positive, upbeat approach to the future for active seniors like you.
Perhaps best of all, Emerald Heights is an independent living community where neighbors quickly become friends. And staff members are part of the family. No wonder we have a waiting list to live here. This is the kind of positive, upbeat lifestyle that Washington seniors love.
You’ll also notice the beautiful surroundings at Emerald Heights. Our 38-acre campus features natural architecture that blends seamlessly with the landscape. Plus, our campus has standout features like a mile-long forested nature trail, an amazing garden railroad and an inviting courtyard area with beautiful landscaping, waterfalls and a fire pit.
Think of Emerald Heights as an extension of the active Northwest lifestyle you love. It’s a resident-friendly, maintenance-free approach that lets you focus on the things you want to do instead of the things you have to do.
Choose from multiple residence options, ranging from apartments to cottage floor plans. Your residence is the perfect home base to take advantage of inspiring opportunities, enhanced by premium amenities and services.
As a Life Care community, Emerald Heights assures you unlimited access to on-site long-term health care, if ever needed. This includes high quality assisted living, skilled nursing care and memory support.
Complete our online Financial Fit Calculator to instantly determine which floor plans are the best financial fit for you. Just answer a few questions about your age, income and assets. It’s quick, easy and confidential.
Community News Stories
Learn the Art of Bonsai Trees with this Group at Emerald Heights:
Nearly five decades ago, Emerald Heights resident, Jack Fleming, discovered a unique interest – working with bonsai trees. After visiting a Japanese temple that was hosting a bonsai show, Jack decided to give it a try […]
Being Healthy Versus Being Well
When someone greets you in passing and asks how you’re doing, do you take a moment to actually consider your response? Or do you automatically say, “Fine, thanks,” and think nothing of it? Although a quick, […]
Monthly Activities Calendar
To view the activities calendar for September, click here.