Westerleigh PARC Review
725 - 22nd Street, West Vancouver, British Columbia, V7V 0B3
A gorgeous, bright retirement home in one of the most desirable areas in the world, Westerleigh PARC was built in 2013 to meet the needs of seniors who appreciate the best in life. Offering breathtaking balcony vistas of English Bay and the shoreline on one side, and the mountains on the other, this elevates senior living to new heights. Aside from the beauty outside, there is a list of extraordinary features inside.
There are too many exceptional aspects of this retirement residence to highlight one, but a summary description of Westerleigh PARC would focus on the lifestyle you can live here. Onsite you'll find a movie theatre, greenhouse, wine room, a fitness studio, a bistro, and spa. Chef-prepared meals are a daily given, and there is also a private chauffeur service available. If you want to live well, this is the place to go.
Westerleigh PARC is an ideal destination for Canadians and international clients who only expect the very best in life and want to have an outstanding retirement in one of the most sought-after residential areas in North America. It offers excellent care and service in a stunning location. The base price is surprisingly affordable in a market that is very high end.
More exceptional aspects of this retirement home
- PARC's LivingBalance™ program focuses on optimal wellness, encouraging increased mobility, improved nutrition and strengthening your brain power.
- Well-appointed suites start at studio apartments for under $4,000 per month.
- Proximity to many local services includes medical care, drug stores, a library and the Park Royal Shopping Centre.
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What people say about Westerleigh PARC
My whole family is thrilled at the quality of care and service being offered to my father... We are most grateful to all the staff at Westerleigh PARC.
The staff are excellent here, highly skilled and funny. They bring in the most wonderful people.
I love the exercise class. We exercise probably six to seven days a week. If it’s a beautiful day, we’ll go for a walk afterwards.
I love the area. I think it’s just one of the nicest places I’ve ever seen. I can walk down to the seawall. My advice for people moving in here is, pick the people that you enjoy being with and share the same interests with. You just have to listen and join in.
I love the people here. There is so much common ground – we’ve made connections and have many things to talk about.