NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. — Erickson Living has opened the doors on Maple Glen, an independent living expansion at Lantern Hill, a continuing care retirement community in New Providence, approximately 30 miles west of New York City.
The residential community is part of a phased expansion of the 20-acre community. Maple Glen is part of Phase II, which also includes a second building — Oakwood Court — scheduled to open in February.
Phase II will add a total of 114 independent living apartments. Phase I, which opened in June 2016, added 161 independent living apartments, all of which sold out in 10 weeks, according to Erickson.
A climate-controlled walkway connects Maple Glen to Union Square where the community’s restaurants, medical center and amenities are located.