Vi at The Glen Senior Living
Retirement community in Glenview, Illinois
Located in the northern community of Glenview, residents of Vi at The Glen are privy to a host of resort-like amenities and care services.
In terms of senior care they provide a variety of care options – from independent living, to skilled nursing and memory care. There is always a licensed nurse on staff 24/7, and you can personalize their service to fit your needs (i.e. basic check-ins, physical therapy, ADL assistance).
Many of the residents love how social Vi at The Glen can be. There’s plenty of common areas to meet other senior residents or join a club/hobby group.
The facility itself is beautiful and spacious, and their website even lets you take a virtual tour.
Amenities are on-par with a 5-star resort. Some of the favorites are the 5,000 sq. ft. putting green, movie theater, on-site salon, executive chef fine dining, and 24-hour concierge service.
Pricing can be a bit expensive though. As a luxury senior living facility there it includes an entry fee + monthly rent/fees.
Starting Entrance Fee: $365,200
Starting Monthly Fee: $4,680/mo.
Vi at The Glen
LUXURY SENIOR CARE,
Designed for people 55+ and in good health, but like the benefits of an exclusive retirement community.
Regular assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs) within a traditional senior apartment.
SKILLED NURSING CARE
Like a nursing home, skilled nursing facility (or SNF) has “skilled” nurses for chronic disease or disabilities.
DEMENTIA & MEMORY CARE
Personalized care for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Equipped with safeguards for wanderings.
Additional: Physical Rehab, Wound Management, Occupational & Speech Therapy
Vi at The Glen Costs
** Estimated $5,500 per month.
|Entrance Fee||Monthly Fee|
|One Bedroom||$365,200 – 481,400||$4,680 – 5,150|
|Two Bedroom||$512,400 – 700,900||$5,370 – 6,200|
|Two Bedroom + Den||$782,300 – 955,900||$6,470 – 7,090|
|Villa||$879,800 – 1,048,300||$7,060 – 7,280|
|Amenities||May Increase 1-3%||–|
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Is the entrance fee mandatory?
Residents pay a one-time entrance fee. It’s common for continuing care retirement community (CCRC) and helps keep the longterm monthly fee affordable.
What does continuing care mean?
A CCRC (or Life Plan Community) means residents have access to upgraded care – from independent living to assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and other care services at little to no additional costs.