The Elden of Bradford Review
3131 8th Line, Bradford, Ontario, L3Z 4H2
One of several new developments in the city of Bradford, this project promises to be a leading-edge development for seniors in the area. The Elden of Bradford will offer superior independent living closer to home for people who may have felt the need to move to Newmarket or even further into the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
While meals and housekeeping will be part of the services here, the Elden of Bradford will be focused on creating a vibrant community, as seen in higher quality seniors’ communities throughout the GTA.
This will appeal to people with progressive ideas about what a seniors’ retirement community ought to be like. Independently run, this community will be able to respond flexibly to the needs of residents. This community promises to be something special, for discerning seniors and families in the area.
We love it that the developers invited Bradford seniors and residents to open information sessions where they were encouraged to provide feedback and guide changes in the development of the community. There’s an experimental aspect to this community that promises to make it open-ended in an ongoing basis, ideal for Bradford residents who are similarly progressive-minded.
More about this community
- Services in this community will include shuttle service, gourmet dining, a pool, spa and more.
- Three meals a day will be served onsite.
- Safety and security onsite will include an emergency response system, front desk concierge, 24 hour staff onsite with exterior monitoring, pull cords in suites, safety pendants (if needed), and full fire alarm system with 24 hour monitoring.
- Care will include nursing on-site, doctor visits and medication administration (if needed).
- Accessibility will include grab bars and other design features.
Photos of The Elden of Bradford
What people say about this community
High quality independent senior living has been needed for a long time in the city of Bradford.
I already like it. I like the fact that they listen to what seniors want. Sure, I enjoy life and I'm lucky, I am still driving, but I look forward to having a local option.