Edgewood Downs

7799 Southwest Scholls Ferry Road Beaverton OR 97008

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Edgewood Downs is located in Beaverton, OR and offers independent living, encouraging seniors to live life on their terms. As part of Holiday Retirement, we have 48 years of experience serving Seniors. Guests enjoy the chef-prepared meals and purposeful programs offered daily. The services provided at Edgewood Downs enables seniors to live a stress and worry-free life with no long-term commitments. The community prides itself on providing services that are tailored to each individual, ensuring a more personal and comforting experience for seniors. Conveniently located in Beaverton across from the Red Tail Golf Center and Stockpot Broiler Restaurant, Edgewood Downs is close to Washington Square Mall and has easy access to Hwy 217 and I-5.

Pricing at Edgewood Downs

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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Edgewood Downs

3.8 of 5 Average rating
42 Reviews
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(23) A Place For Mom
(19) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Transition made easy

    Staff is always friendly and helpful. Meals are delicious and there are always great choices for activities to do. Atria has made transition here so much easier than we had thought it would be. We are very happy to be here.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Transition made easy

    Staff is always friendly and helpful. Meals are delicious and there are always great choices for activities to do. Atria has made transition here so much easier than we had thought it would be. We are very happy to be here.

  • Edgewood Downs-NO! Creekside Manor-YES!!!

    We were very disappointed. People not super friendly, very few activities to speak of. Food was AWFUL! Consistently ran out of things, forgot to order French fries for fish & chps, served mixed frozen veggies instead, ugh. My husband ordered a BLT as featured for dinner, was served sandwich with 2 heels. Don’t think chef ever cooked homestyle- carrot cake was white cake with raw julienned carrots inside& whipped topping. Often took 2 hours for meal service, she was exhausted after sitting there. Just terrible- Mom lost weight. Moved her to Creekside Manor after 3 months- like night and day. 3 course meal service, in and out in less than half hour if she chooses, now having to watch her consumption as food is so good. Lots of activities, wonderful long-term staff. Like having someone on call 24/7/365.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Edgewood Downs-NO! Creekside Manor-YES!!!

    We were very disappointed. People not super friendly, very few activities to speak of. Food was AWFUL! Consistently ran out of things, forgot to order French fries for fish & chps, served mixed frozen veggies instead, ugh. My husband ordered a BLT as featured for dinner, was served sandwich with 2 heels. Don’t think chef ever cooked homestyle- carrot cake was white cake with raw julienned carrots inside& whipped topping. Often took 2 hours for meal service, she was exhausted after sitting there. Just terrible- Mom lost weight. Moved her to Creekside Manor after 3 months- like night and day. 3 course meal service, in and out in less than half hour if she chooses, now having to watch her consumption as food is so good. Lots of activities, wonderful long-term staff. Like having someone on call 24/7/365.

  • I scheduled my tour on a Wednesday morning -- that's field trip day so between that and doctors appointments, I only saw one resident while I was there. The "alcove" apartment has a very efficient use of space. There are two stories, rather than three, and two elevators, so no rush hour waits at meal time. Although there are no balconies, there are raised beds and ample opportunities to garden. The dahlias and tomatoes grown by the residents were huge! Food is served here, rather than buffet and there are three meals a day, with fruit and drinks available. The main meals are nutritionally sound and residents have ample choices. With the exception of my tour guide, who could not have been nicer, the staff were pleasant enough but did not really engage. There are activities, and residents are driven to Washington Square or across the street to a community pool. Both Edgewood Downs and Rock Creek are owned by the same company and are located on busy streets, making them easy to find but residents will have to walk a few blocks to a residential area to really have a nice walk -- there are walking groups though, so security isn't an issue. Edgewood is next to a school but the backside where buses park is closest to the apartments so noise is not a problem. However, morning and afternoon pickups with traffic and honking might be a turn-off for some. Where this place shines is the age-in-place the a la carte menu of options, that are discounted because the third-party provider is on site, allowing residents to stay much longer than they might otherwise. Like the other places I toured, there are games and activities that could fill a person's days from morning til night, and a well-thought-through library. Both staff and residents stay a little longer here, which strengthen the support structure.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I scheduled my tour on a Wednesday morning -- that's field trip day so between that and doctors appointments, I only saw one resident while I was there. The "alcove" apartment has a very efficient use of space. There are two stories, rather than three, and two elevators, so no rush hour waits at meal time. Although there are no balconies, there are raised beds and ample opportunities to garden. The dahlias and tomatoes grown by the residents were huge! Food is served here, rather than buffet and there are three meals a day, with fruit and drinks available. The main meals are nutritionally sound and residents have ample choices. With the exception of my tour guide, who could not have been nicer, the staff were pleasant enough but did not really engage. There are activities, and residents are driven to Washington Square or across the street to a community pool. Both Edgewood Downs and Rock Creek are owned by the same company and are located on busy streets, making them easy to find but residents will have to walk a few blocks to a residential area to really have a nice walk -- there are walking groups though, so security isn't an issue. Edgewood is next to a school but the backside where buses park is closest to the apartments so noise is not a problem. However, morning and afternoon pickups with traffic and honking might be a turn-off for some. Where this place shines is the age-in-place the a la carte menu of options, that are discounted because the third-party provider is on site, allowing residents to stay much longer than they might otherwise. Like the other places I toured, there are games and activities that could fill a person's days from morning til night, and a well-thought-through library. Both staff and residents stay a little longer here, which strengthen the support structure.

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