2077 S Independence Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA 23456
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We visited The Crossing on Wednesday, 12/07/16, and met with Becky. The place was new. It had great amenities, especially the theater and pub. We were looking for two bedrooms and the living room was a little small but they had washers and dryers in the room which was nice. The one bedroom apartments were very nice. We liked the month to month costs arrangement with no large upfront entrance fees. They have independent and assisted levels but We have on our short listReviewed on A Place For Mom
Independent living rooms have much more room, Assisted living is very limited on space for a couple. Clean, staff seems to be nice. Views are of the street all around! Memory care has alarms that keep going even after the nurse puts in code and this hurt your ears, they need to put a time limit for a few seconds after code is entered, not leave going for several minutes!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This community is inviting when you walk in. The room sizes are good, we live in a 2 bedroom apartment. We are satisfied with room that we have. The food was excellent when we first got here, right now, it has declined because they have changed chefs. We are on the intersection of hospitals, fire departments, and police stations, so there are a lot of sirens that you hear. I would recommend Harmony at Independence Virginia.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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