It was with mutual fondness and gratitude that they bid each other farewell. The residents of Eastcastle Place senior living community and their Student Artist in Residence (SAIR) celebrated the culmination of their year-long collaboration.
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It was inspiring but not surprising when Eastcastle Place residents stepped up to help provide humanitarian relief to Ukraine after Russia’s invasion.
It may feel risky to talk about spring in Milwaukee (two words: April snow). So, we’ve learned to approach spring with cautious optimism, but April typically means spring is on the way. Here are a few exciting experiences in the Milwaukee Eastside neighborhood, to celebrate the spring season. If you haven’t explored the 3rd Street …
We introduce the Juneau, which offers so many choices that it will be hard to decide where your favorite place to relax will be, whether it’s on the balcony overlooking our beautiful courtyard, in the stunning living room, or in the cozy den. Read more about this featured floorplan.
Residents of Eastcastle Place were among the lucky visitors to the breathtaking Art in Bloom exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum. A group of residents visited the sold out show.
Every Tuesday and Friday, a group of dedicated residents of Eastcastle Place senior living community meets to enhance their strength, flexibility, and focus. They achieve this by practicing tai chi, an ancient Chinese discipline providing mental and physical benefits such as enhanced strength, flexibility, and focus. The twice-weekly tai chi class is led by Malisia …
After many months of planning, Eastcastle Place took an official step forward towards our exciting future. We held our ground-breaking ceremony, launching our major Expansion and Renovation Project.
She knew she’d feel cared for and safe. What she didn’t expect was that she’d feel younger and more purposeful.
Roger Hansen and John Payton will be moving to Eastcastle Place. They are early depositors for the new Lake Terrace apartment homes. Already in love with the Milwaukee Eastside location, the couple was especially drawn to Eastcastle Place’s imposing castle-like building.
While the sneak peek events introducing detailed floorplans and beautiful renderings have come to an end, there is still time to be part of the exciting changes beginning at Eastcastle Place this year.