Erickson Retirement Communities

In 1983 John Erickson rejected the traditional concept of retirement living and struck out to create a lifestyle for people age 62 and up unlike any other- a place where people could enjoy unmatched opportunities for fun; a maintenance-free community that would provide them with the luxury of being involved, inspired and engaged; and unmatched health care that would allow residents to live life to the fullest -all at an unmatched value. To that end, he turned an abandoned college campus in Maryland into a vibrant, bustling community named Charlestown. Erickson Retirement Communities quickly became the most popular campus-style living option in America. John's vision was brought to life in communities around the country. Now that vision is carried on by Erickson Living, which acquired assets of Erickson Retirement Communities in 2010. Today Erickson Living communities are home to more than 21,000 people and employ more than 12,000.

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