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The Park at Trowbridge

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24111 Civic Center Dr. , Southfield, MI 48033

(855) 840-7257

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I like The Park at Trowbridge. The residents like the food, but sometimes they don't have enough help to get the food out while it's still warm. They have tons of activities, which is the one thing I like the most about it. Mom doesn't take advantage of them enough. They have excursions to malls, to movies and to casinos, and during the summer, they go on outings to different lakes. They do an excellent job there. They have indoor activities, like playing bingo or movie night in the activities room, and arts and crafts. They're remodeling right now. Her room is clean. The only problem I've had is sometimes maintenance is slow. As far as the staff, the people behind the counter and housekeeping all seem to be very pleasant and very nice. The staff all know her.

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I Am A Friend Or Relative Of A Current/Past Resident

My mom stayed at The Park at Trowbridge. They had a change of ownership and in the transition they stopped doing any kind of maintenance so it went downhill pretty fast. The carpet need to be done, the floor need to be better, and the staff has a high turnover.

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I am a retired educator, who intends to work part time in 2018. I've lived here since 2015. The management has changed to being run by Presbyterians as a part of a Reit. Real estate trust HCP. The dining room is run by Morrisons. The food is limited to 4oz of meat for lunch and dinner. Only two sides are allowed with each meal 4oz or less each. A soup and salad are allowed. At least 3 times weekly the kitchen runs out of food. Today The Chef Sarah insists that I receive carryout food because I'm late. I told her this is discrimination and that I will write this in my review. The new management seems very disorganized. My rent check for January 2017 has not been cashed. I will be moving within the next few months. As a Black woman and Scientist I refuse to take discrimination in any form quietly. Many residents have memory issues. I would suggest visiting this place unannounced requesting an,ad hoc tour. Seeing is believing!

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My sister-in-law just moved in to Park at Trowbridge. She is an apartment which is clean, but small. She likes the food. They have game nights, movie nights, and they go out shopping .

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Costs for The Park at Trowbridge

Independent Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 1,400

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at The Park at Trowbridge

Property Info

Emergency Services: Less than 6 Miles

Shopping: Less than 1 Mile

Recreation: Less than 3 Miles

Private Units

1-Bedroom Units

2-Bedroom Units

Air Conditioning/Climate Control

Washer/Dryer in Apt

Full Kitchen

Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Parking Provided

Fitness Room/Gym

Beauty/Barber Shop

Chapel Services

Arts & Crafts Center

Greenhouse, Gazebo & Garden Areas

Full-Service Bank

Billiards, Card & Game Room

Activities

Full-Time Activity Director

Mind Aerobics

Men's Club

Cooking Demonstrations

Yiddish Club

Amenities

Outside Patio/Gardens

Dedicated Concierge

Pet Policy: ["Pets allowed"]

Coffee Nook

Convenience Store

Private Catering Services

Restaurant-Style Dining

Services

Nurse Availability: [" During business hours"]

On-Site Medical Visits: ,Geriatric physician,Podiatrist,Occupational Therapist,Physical Therapist

Housekeeping

24-Hour Home Health Services

Massage Therapy

Newspaper Delivery

Postal Services

Linen Service

Rx Delivery

Description of The Park at Trowbridge

Nestled in a quiet, residential area of suburban Southfied outside Detroit, The Park at Trowbridge is settled among 10 wooded acres, complete with a picturesque creek and beautiful walking trails. Conveniently located near Telegraph Road and I-696, we're just minutes away from the area's best shopping, dining, entertainment and quality medical services. It's the ideal location for the friendly, inviting community we've created for independent seniors, where people pursue their passions and enjoy life to the fullest, all without the burden of home ownership.

The Park at Trowbridge is a part of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, a company that is committed to serving all seniors regardless of their faith or their walks of life. Today Presbyterian Villages has 30 senior living communities and has been providing the very best in senior living solutions to over 4500 seniors since 1945.

Featured Amenities

The full-service amenities of The Park at Trowbridge ensure you'll enjoy a carefree retirement. Our spacious apartments provide all the comforts of home and are perfect for entertaining or simply relaxing. They come in a variety of one- and two-bedroom floor plans with walk-in closets, balconies, fully equipped kitchens and washer/dryer hook-ups.

We've thought of everything to make life convenient with a full-service beauty/barber shop, bank, postal service, convenience store and prescription delivery. Get a good workout in our state-of-the-art fitness center and relax afterward with a massage.

Available Services

At The Park at Trowbridge, we pride ourselves on the highest standards of hospitality and service, which is why we offer concierge service, weekly housekeeping, linen service and scheduled transportation for personal errands and appointments.

You'll enjoy delicious chef-prepared meals among friends in our elegant dining room, and with an exciting array of social, educational and cultural programs, you are encouraged to renew old interests and explore new ones.

The Park at Trowbridge is an invigorating and exciting place for active seniors to retire.

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