Eastcastle Place is pleased to announce the launch of its capital repositioning project. Over the next two years, the multi-million-dollar initiative will renovate and update the senior living community. Please click here to read more.
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During difficult times which include increasing scrutiny, Eastcastle Place senior living community has continued to uphold its dedication to and recognition for providing the highest quality care. Please click here to read more.
With all residents and staff having had access to vaccinations and enhanced sanitation and safety protocols firmly in place, Eastcastle Place is cautiously opening to visitors and expanding its in-person programming and group dining. Please click here to read more.
As residents received their vaccines, they began a project of reflection on the past year. Check out the wonderful story FOX6 News Milwaukee did on our Lessons Learned from COVID-19. Check out the beautiful artwork that expresses happiness, hardship and even humor. Feelings of friendship, salvation, and selflessness making up the fabric of our community …
There’s a new shopping destination in town. The Treasure Chest is a resale shop that’s just opened at Eastcastle Place retirement community on Milwaukee’s East Side. Stocked with items donated by residents and staff, the Treasure Chest offers gently-used furniture, household items, knickknacks, and art, all at reasonable prices. The shop is open to residents, …
When you first meet Jake Jacobson it’s hard to believe he’s been on this earth for 100 years. Click here to read the TMJ feature on this remarkable resident.
They couldn’t go to the Wisconsin State Fair, and so Eastcastle Place brought the State Fair to them. Please click here to read more.
Residents combined their creativity, artistic ability, and kindness, as they crafted beautiful marbled watercolor greeting cards to be shared with prospective residents. Please click here to read more.
Eastcastle Place senior living community’s resident Jake Jacobson is remarkable at the age of 100. Read the full story here.
One of the most iconic pops of pop culture was Howard Cunningham of the Milwaukee-based T.V. sitcom “Happy Days.” Beloved by his doting wife, Marion, and teenaged children Richie and Joanie, the amiable Howard was also a favorite of Richie’s friends, who fondly called him “Mr. C.” Even the tough-talking, tender-hearted greaser Arthur Fonzarelli called …