Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SEASIDE, Ore. - Jun 02, 2020 - Avamere at Seaside, an independent living and memory care community at the Oregon Coast, is nearing completion of their newly remodeled independent living wing.
Renovations include adding new exciting amenities like: a bistro with a soda fountain, a gym, a theater room, and new furniture and decor.
The senior living community is now accepting reservations.
Seniors who move to Avamere at Seaside as one of the first independent living residents will become a member of the Founder’s Club and earn several enticing benefits:
· Moving costs covered up to $1,000
· Rent locked in for two years
· A personalized plaque with their name
· Become an honorary member of the Resident Council
The Founder’s Club honors the first independent living residents at Avamere at Seaside. As part of this inaugural group, residents can share ideas and feedback about Avamere at Seaside’s amenities and activities to enjoy a well-deserved retirement.
Avamere at Seaside is part of the Avamere Family of Companies, offering full senior living and care services as residents’ needs change. Avamere at Seaside is only minutes away from another Avamere senior living community, Suzanne Elise, offering assisted living.
Seniors and their families can schedule a personal virtual tour of Avamere at Seaside at AvamereAtSeaside.com.
About the Avamere Family of Companies
Founded in 1995 and based in Wilsonville, Oregon, the Avamere Family of Companies provides assisted living, independent living, memory care, rehabilitation, home care, transitional care, and more. Today Avamere’s diverse companies operate in over 250 locations across 19 states with over 8,800 employees. Avamere is proud to be considered one of Oregon’s most admired companies as they continue to serve their valued patients and residents. For more information, visit avamere.com.
Avamere Family of Companies
25115 SW Parkway Ave, Suite B
Wilsonville, OR 97070
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