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Roger and John Happy To Get Their Foot In The Door

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.

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Cooper Ledvina Promoted at Eastcastle Place

Cooper Ledvina has what he calls a “diverse set of skills and interests,” which have made him a jack-of-all-trades. This has come in handy as he has taken on a new role at Eastcastle Place. For his first three years, beginning in 2019, Ledvina worked as an activities coordinator, leading programming for residents. He has …

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Heartfelt Connections at Eastcastle Place

The staff in all departments, including caregiving, nursing, dining, activities, and housekeeping, is trained in and committed to Heartfelt Connections-A Memory Care Program. It is an exclusive initiative of Life Care Services (LCS) which manages Eastcastle Place.

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Distinctive Renovated Apartment Home

The stunning 1,600 square foot Copenhagen apartment home has been beautifully renovated and features two spacious bedrooms, a large dining area, a walk-in closet, a beautifully updated floor, a laundry room, and extra storage space. Its prime location on the building’s fourth floor provides a view of Lake Michigan. 

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Interior Design Sneak Peek

Current residents of Eastcastle Place in Milwaukee had a sneak peek of beautiful interior design concepts last week. Eastcastle Place has a 135+ year legacy on Milwaukee’s East Side. As a Life Plan Community, Eastcastle Place offers independent living as well as a complete continuum of care with priority access to assisted living, memory care, …

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Scavenger Hunt for Hidden Gems

It’s called a scavenger hunt, but in this case, it’s more accurately a hunt for hidden gems. Residents of Eastcastle Place are participating in the senior living community’s first scavenger hunt.

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