Description of Eastcastle Place
For 135 years and counting, Eastcastle Place has been a beautifully welcoming senior living community in the heart of Milwaukee’s East Side. What makes life rich is all within reach — from the lake and your favorite spots on Downer Avenue to the friend next door who shares your love of life. With first-class services and amenities alongside a robust and interesting calendar of programs, this is where you can branch out to find new ways of relishing each day. And because we’re a Life Plan Community, you can have confidence in your future because if you ever need quality health services, — a full continuum of care is right on-site in the familiar surroundings you love.
As you explore independent living apartment options in Milwaukee, it won’t take long to discover how different Eastcastle Place is. From the truly unique apartment home floor plans to the carefree lifestyle and close-knit community, there’s no place quite like this.
Each day is up to you. Want to explore the East Side? That’s easy – lively Downer Avenue is just a short walk away. Care to catch a Brewers game or taste test the best restaurants? We do that a lot. You can serve on any number of resident committees and help us make Eastcastle even better. We have so much to offer that you won’t be able to fit it all on your calendar. Here’s just a sample of what you can choose to do on any given day:
- Educational seminars
- Cultural and musical events
- Off-site outings
- Creative arts
- Movie nights
- Cocktail hours
- Poetry club
- Eastcastle Chorus
- Play-reading group
- Writing workshop
- Music appreciation
- Book clubs
- Strength and cardio classes
- History roundtables
- Cards and games
Personalized, professional support to make it easier to enjoy each day — that’s what you’ll find here. Watertower Assisted Living is the residential care assisted living apartment complex (RCAC) you’re looking for in Milwaukee, WI. Qualified health care professionals help with daily living activities so you or a loved one can live as independently as possible. There are no entrance or endowment fees, and pricing is all-inclusive.
Spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments have private bathrooms and a walk-in shower, and there are sunrooms and fireplace sitting areas on each floor. View our assisted living floor plans.
We also offer One Step Closer to Home, a wonderful transition option when you’re not quite ready to go home after rehabilitation. Respite Care offers caregivers a short-term option for their loved one. Both programs provide professional care in a furnished one-bedroom apartment from three days up to three months.
Included with Monthly Service Fee:
- Assistance with activities of daily living (such as bathing, dressing, personal grooming and daily bed-making)
- Individualized care plans
- Medication management
- Three chef-prepared meals per day
- All utilities except phone
- Cable television
- Community-wide Wi-Fi
- Weekly housekeeping
- Weekly flat linen service
- Interior & exterior maintenance & groundskeeping
- 24-hour emergency response system
- Scheduled local transportation
- On-site activities and events
- Small pets welcome
Tour Eastcastle Place
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Reviews of Eastcastle Place
2505 East Bradford Avenue
I visited this facility
Eastcastle Place used to be called Protestant Home. When you walk in, there's a really beautiful, upscale reception area. The place gets its name because the orginal building looks like a castle, and it's a long-established and expanding community. There are very large apartments that aren't even in the market I'm looking at, but the $3,000 plus range is over-priced and outdated. We saw one of the rooms that probably based on the price-range for one of their prime rooms because it was in a corner. That particular apartment was OK, but it's just the overall feeling, like when you go down the hall. The person showing us around tried to gather information from us, and that was very good.