Tailored Services For Your Lifestyle
Each apartment home is designed to help residents maintain their independence. Prospect Park helps support your well-being through our continuum of independence, allowing you to add a meal plan if you wish (or just an occasional meal). You can also add personal and health services when or if you need them at any time.
Enjoy planned activities including shopping trips, visits to museums, plays, musical events and more. The Pillars of Prospect Parks offers arts and crafts classes, educational seminars as well as various clubs. There’s always something going on at Prospect Park and all residents are invited to participate!View apartment pricing and availability
- Studio, one and two-bedroom apartment homes, with several floor plans to choose from; many with dens and balconies and walk in closets
- Private bath with safety features and roll-in shower
- Individual climate control (heat and central air) in every apartment
- Stainless steel appliances and nine foot ceilings
- All utilities included with the exception of telephone service
- Expanded basic satellite television service and wireless internet access
- Extra storage
Active Living Activities
Life Long Learning, arts and crafts, card games, music, you name it, The Pillars’ professional lifestyle recreation director develops a full monthly calendar with events and activities that keep residents engaged and entertained. We even schedule shopping trips and outings to destination spots near to our Minneapolis senior living community, and beyond — museums, casinos, plays and musical events and more. Prospect Park provides transportation in our own luxury bus. You’ll enjoy being dropped off at the door, with no worries about parking, or driving.
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Check out resident testimonials see why other older adults have chosen a Pillars Senior Living Community for their next home. Read more about why someone might choose our independent senior living option. Or, take a peek at some of our resources that might help you narrow down your options and feel confident in your decision to move to the Pillars of Prospect Park.
Use this checklist to compare the cost of living in and maintaining your home to the expense of monthly rent at the Pillars of Prospect Park.
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For those who need a little more help, The Pillars of Prospect Park provides a full array of assisted living services including activities, fitness center/classes, library, outdoor community areas, movie theater, meals and light housekeeping. Optional services available for a charge include: indoor parking and storage units. No need to move if you need extra help. The Pillars of Prospect Park offers individually tailored health and personal care with staff on site 24-hours per day.
As part of Oppidan and Ebenezer, The Pillars of Prospect Park offers Dimensions, the latest in memory care advancements. Each resident lives in a private apartments with private baths. Their secure neighborhood hosts specialized areas (kitchen, family room, music, exercise and balance, etc.) that trigger memories and activities. A beautiful garden and courtyard are available with controlled access entrance for those who wander. Memory care offers the highest levels of care in our community with staff on site 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Meals are served family style and innovative art and music activities are designed to ease residents anxiety while promoting brain health.
We provide specially designed apartments for rent by the day. Guests can stay with us for 3 to 30 days. We offer individualized care plans and our care team is trained in today’s best practices. Our guests are welcome to enjoy all the amenities and services the community has to offer. Try Stay by the Day when:
- A caregiver needs a break from caregiving
- A higher level of care is needed on a short-term basis due to injury or illness, or being discharged from the hospital and unable to manage at home
- The Medicare-covered days in a transitional care unit have been exceeded and more care is needed