Modest Senior Independent Living
With Modern Design
Comfortable and affordable Park Place apartment homes offer 1- and 2-bedroom floor plans with many options for senior independent living under $200,000. Socializing with neighbors and friends happens easily in Park Place. From meeting for coffee in the new Seed & Harvest Espresso Bar or catching a movie in the Park Place Theatre, you can enjoy relaxing conversations and shared interests. Simplify your senior independent living while maximizing retirement in Park Place.
Retirement Homes to Maximize Your
Life in Retirement
A convenience of Park Place is its proximity to Seed & Harvest – our newest restaurant and espresso bar. The restaurant features the abilities of our talented in-house chefs and a full menu of appetizers through desserts. Come for a meal and enjoy a fine dining experience on the first floor of Park Place. For a leisurely brunch or lunch, enjoy fresh fruit pastries and lunch sandwiches at the Espresso Bar.
Park Place residents enjoy its proximity to adjacent Eastern Mennonite University, its ballpark and shared urban woods with walking trails.
When you move into Park Place, you will immediately appreciate the housecleaning, maintenance and window washing. With the extra time on your hand, you can explore new interests, spend time with friends or get involved in community life.
Park Place residency includes membership to the VMRC Wellness Center. If you like to stay busy, there are activities in our campus game rooms, billiard room, libraries and woodworking shop.
VMRC hosts rotating art exhibitions in the Park Gables Gallery, located on the first floor of nearby Park Gables. With exhibiting space for nearly 100 pieces, the Gallery has elevated VMRC’s status as “an arts retirement community” in the area. The Gallery offers track lighting, pedestals for woodwork, sculptures, and 3D artforms. VMRC and the Park Gables Gallery are known for hosting the resident-led National Juried Art Exhibition each June. As a proud supporter of the arts, VMRC charges no commission to artists whose pieces are displayed in this annual show.