Description of Laurelmead
Here at Laurelmead, we provide the ideal place for unparalleled retirement living on Providence's historic East Side. Situated on 110 acres of the Butler Hospital campus, we are surrounded by walking paths, wooded areas, beautiful gardens and the Seekonk River. Whether you are just beginning to plan for your retirement years or are well into enjoying them, we have the amenities, activities, and services to make your time spent at Laurelmead as rewarding as possible.
As a cooperative community, residents of Laurelmead experience numerous advantages. Each resident's opinion matters and, as a shareholder in the community, you take part in the management and governance of the community.
Everyone likes having options to choose from, and it is no different for Laurelmead residents. You have a choice of apartment styles: studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and even penthouse designs. Each apartment offers a fully-equipped kitchen, ample closet space, a washer and dryer, an individually controlled thermostat and an emergency call system for added peace of mind.
We offer residents a variety of ways to stay active. When looking to get a little exercise, our on-site fitness equipment, workout room, and swimming pool are just a few of the options available. Less strenuous activities include live entertainment in the Odeon Arts Theater, excursions to local theaters and museums, gardening in our raised garden beds and even educational classes taught by college faculty and other qualified instructors.
Residents at Laurelmead receive housekeeping and linen services every other week, expertly prepared dinners in any of our dining rooms or pub, scheduled transportation, utilities, and 24-hour security.
A number of additional services can also be arranged upon request. These services range from catering for private parties to personal spa services to routine visits to our hair salon. You will find all of these services in just one place – Laurelmead!
For the retirement lifestyle you deserve, look no further than Laurelmead.