The Landing at Carmichael
We have always been proud to provide excellence in service — but we don’t stop there, we strive to empower our residents of all ages with the ability to be independent and enjoy life to the fullest.
Schedule a personalized tour with our team today, and see what The Landing at Carmichael has to offer!
Live Life on Your Terms
- Newly remodeled one-bedroom and studio suites with kitchen areas and patios
- Gated community living with common areas to explore and interact with others, a beautiful grounds perfect for walks, fine dining, and entertainment rooms
- Pet-friendly accommodations
- Be active. Be social. Be adventurous! Experience our “Living Your Best Life” Program
- We are located near Carmichael Park, which boasts over 38 acres, including a dog park, sports fields and courts, a picnic pavilion, and even bandshell concerts in the park!
Enjoy events like:
- Live performances
- Weekly Happy Hour
- Theater performances
- Museum outings
- Wine tastings
—See What People Are Saying—
At The Landing, we realize that the work we do every day is so much more than a job—it's an opportunity to brighten someone’s day and a chance to make a difference in their life. See what people are saying about our professional services:
It was all very tasty. There are lots of new dishes that I enjoy and they are very tasty. I have lived here for a year and two months.
The staff is all very nice.
“I am a resident of The Landing at Carmichael. I had the tiramisu yesterday and it was very delicious and different. Recently the dishes have been very delicious. The spaghetti and clams had real clams.
The meals are new and fresh since we have our new Chef [name removed]!
He's great !”
“I have no complaints about my new home at this community. I really like the living conditions and the apartment I was able to rent out, Its just perfect for me. I enjoy the different meals the chef prepares for us throughout the week. They are healthy and well balanced with great proportions.
I look forward to all of the great events they host especially the holiday parties with the other residents.
I would recommend this facility to anyone looking into retirement.”
“I was hoping when my dad moved into Sagebrook that he would have a lot to keep him busy, however they do not have a lot of activities available at this time. There are new owners and they have hired a new activities director as well as they are doing some renovations.
So we are hoping things will improve. He does enjoy the meals and the staff are nice. Even though he is bored currently I would recommend this community.”
“My mother just moved in a couple of days ago. She did respite care over the weekend and we just started to move more of her stuff in so she's still adjusting. So far it seems to be really good. It's great. There are no issues or concerns so far. She was coming from another Chateau community.
I'm comfortable with the overall company that runs it because they're both Hank Fischer props and that a local company so I liked that. I was also recommended to me by the woman who helped me do all the moving.
She had worked with them a lot.
So far, it's great.”
What is the difference between independent and assisted living?
Independent living neighborhoods largely focus on offering the social demands of citizens, as numerous are able to live independently without much support. Assisted living areas sustain those who need aid with tasks of everyday living while allowing homeowners to live as separately as feasible.
What are the advantages of independent living?
Independent living offers a downsizing opportunity many seniors look forward to. Less space to clean, maintain, and manage. The Landing’s independent senior living community offers cleaning and dining services, health care options, landscaping, activity programming, and much more.
Is independent living good?
Independent living is an amazing option for many people. With studies showing that engaged seniors live longer and remain in good health longer, the opportunity for social activities is huge plus when it comes to independent living.
When should you consider independent living?
If you're 60+, Independent Living could be a good fit. And if you're ready to enjoy the many benefits, why wait? But if you do need a little assistance, especially with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, getting dressed or managing your medications, you may want to consider an Assisted Living community.
Does Medicare pay for independent living?
Medicare does not cover independent living and usually doesn't pay for assisted living expenses. However, it can cover certain expenses like short-term care in a skilled nursing facility, depending on your eligibility.