Resort Lifestyle Communities Opens New All-Inclusive Senior Living Community in Huntley
Huntley Springs offers resort-style independent living for seniorsHUNTLEY, IL – Resort Lifestyle Communities, a national leader in senior living, opened Huntley Springs Retirement Resort, a new retirement community in Huntley offering independent living for adults 55 and over.
"Our research indicated there was a significant need for additional independent senior living communities in Huntley," said Phil Benjamson, COO of Resort Lifestyle Communities. "Huntley Springs offers a life-enriching lifestyle with all the conveniences of home and provides peace of mind to residents' families and loved ones."
Located at 11700 Samantha Lane, Huntley Springs offers 128 apartments for rent in studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom options at one monthly price, including utilities, and no buy-in fee or long-term leases. Included in the monthly rent is on-site professional staff, live-in managers, a 24/7 emergency call system, appointment transportation, concierge services, and valet parking.
Huntley Springs' centrally located corridor, known as Main Street, is where residents will find and enjoy the convenience of an in-house bank, business center, pharmacy, fitness center, game room, 150-seat theatre, gift shop, and salon. All-inclusive amenities also include a 24-hour Chef's pantry; happy hour lounge; dining room with a unique Freedom Dining program that offers a variety of dining experiences, including full-service, casual buffet, on-the-go snacks, and room service; daily health and wellness programs; social invitations and activities; travel program; and more.
For more information about Huntley Springs, visit HuntleySpringsRetirement.com or call (847) 802-5900.
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