New Independent Luxury Living Building Sets New Standard for Seniors
MorseLife Health System, a leader in healthcare and residential services for seniors, has officially opened The Stephen and Petra Levin Tower – a luxurious new interpretation of senior living that sets a new standard in South Florida.
The Levin Tower is a 300,000-square-foot, $102-million-dollar building that truly delivers an exceptional experience for healthy and active seniors. Offering opulent design and extraordinary amenities, The Levin Tower is a luxury rental community that does not require the steep buy-in fees or large down payment common in other senior communities. The Levin Tower offers the largest floorplans in all of South Florida with 182 exquisitely appointed one, two and three-bedroom apartments that overlook the picturesque MorseLife campus in West Palm Beach. The beautifully decorated building, inspired by the world’s most prestigious hotels, features marble flooring, custom lighting, one-of-a-kind artwork, rich fabrics and magnificent finishes.
“We are truly pleased to open The Levin Tower, as this expansion represents a significant moment in our history,” said MorseLife CEO & President Keith Myers. “For more than 35 years, we have worked diligently to become a center of excellence for seniors, and The Levin Tower is another shining example of the extraordinary services we provide.”
The Levin Tower, located at 4850 Ryna Greenbaum Drive in West Palm Beach, is the first Palm Beach County senior rental community to offer such a comprehensive line up of five-star amenities including five restaurants with two addition dining areas, a cocktail bar, a full-service spa and salon, fitness studio, pool, art center and theater. Each day residents can participate in social, health and wellness activities to keep residents fulfilled and entertained without ever needing to leave the expansive campus. Activities and services are included in the monthly rental fees, which range from $5,400-$7,700 a month.
The Levin Tower is conveniently situated just a few miles from the heart of West Palm Beach’s cultural and culinary scene. The Levin Tower concierge will be available at any time to help residents book tickets and reservations for nearby award-winning entertainment. A fleet of Mercedes Benz vehicles will take them wherever they’d like to go — removing the hassle and stress of driving.
Additionally, The Levin Tower residents will have complete peace of mind knowing they have priority access to the five-star rated MorseLife healthcare services including rehabilitation, memory care and skilled nursing services, should they or a loved one need it. The Levin Tower residents also can age-in-place, allowing any additional medical needs to come directly to their apartment. This means they’ll no longer be removed from their family and friends should their health decline.
“We know it’s critically important for seniors to have a vibrant environment and strong community where they can continue to thrive,” Myers said. “We have taken careful consideration into every single detail of The Levin Tower to ensure the experience here is second-to-none. This is a new chapter of their life — and we believe it should be the most important one yet.”
The Levin Tower marks the most recent expansion for MorseLife, which has been rapidly growing to meet the needs of the 65 and older population that’s expected to triple in size by 2030 to 10 million seniors in Florida, according to the University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business research. Last year, MorseLife Health System opened its Memory Care Assisted Living residence for seniors with memory impairment, which includes a 52-apartment assisted living residence and 30 new long-term care beds on a separate floor. In 2015, the nonprofit opened the 100,000-square-foot Sondra and David S. Mack Pavilion for Short-Term Rehabilitation, which offers physical therapy and other treatments for those recovering from debilitating illnesses or injury with a state-of-the-art gym and 120 private rooms.
Founded in 1983, MorseLife is a provider of health care and residential services for seniors in Palm Beach County. A charitable, not-for-profit organization, its programs also include short term rehabilitation, long term care, independent and assisted living, memory care assisted living, home health care, care management, meals-on-wheels and PACE. Since its beginnings, MorseLife has built a reputation and tradition of caring for seniors with excellence, dignity and compassion. For more information on the Levin Tower, visit morselifetower.com or call (561) 687-5755.