1600 Eagle Ridge Dr S, Renton, WA 98055
The Lodge at Eagle Ridge is an assisted living community located just outside of Seattle in Renton, Washington. This residential district is conveniently only about 10 miles from the Seattle Tacoma International Airport, making it incredibly easy for family to visit from anywhere in the world. The nearby city of Seattle offers traditional luxury sightseeing like theater, museums, and restaurants, while the equally close Renton Highlands is filled with natural beauty like vast forests and crystalline lakes.
Founded by a real estate developer, the Lodge at Eagle Ridge is built specifically senior residents. It is a modern, upscale building that is designed for easy accessibility and high levels of comfort. Just like our building, our staff is focused on making life more comfortable and accessible for our residents, providing any and all necessary assistance, including regular safety checks.
As would be expected for a modern community built with seniors in mind, the Lodge at Eagle Ridge has some truly innovative amenities, like:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
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We're looking for a temporary housing solution for my 95-year old mom for two weeks. The Lodge seemed to have everything we need. I would have given 4 stars, but we were told by the director that the minimum stay was 30 days. That is more than what we need. This news was disappointing.
Everyone is friendly it is a nice atmosphere my frustration is they took away the comfortable theater seats and moved the theater upstairs in the activity center the chairs are not comfortable for a 2 hour movie and the atmosphere isn’t as good the food here is about a 3 or 4 star most of it is ok but not always but there are alternates to substitute. I am independent living so don’t use the care team but have seen the frustration of those who do because they have long waits for someone to answer the call button. This is not good if it is an emergency. I have been told they are looking into a better system and I hope that is true. Overall my experience has been good and I would recommend this place
The apartments were fairly spacious, but felt a little "institutional". Also located on a steep hill. So if there's any snow or ice, you're stuck. No transitional or memory care. While the food sounded delicious, their price only includes 2 meals a day, whereas MOST facilities provide 3.
I thought that this place was very clean and well maintained by all the staff and residents. They where very welcoming to my dear friend and I and kept things very professional during our visit. I especially liked the menu they had available as well as the activity log they had for the week. It was just not the right fit of location for him. I would defiantly recommend it to anyone interested in an assisted living.
My tour of The Lodge at Egal Ridge was fine. They were able to answer my questions and show me around the facility. It was a good experience.
It was a good tour but it wasn't right for my mom. The community is a clean place and well run. The residents I saw seemed happy, healthy and involved. It was a really nice place and they didn't have the availability for the size of apartment we wanted.
I am happy with this community. The staff are very caring and attentive. The staff has been helpful. The community gives you a at home feeling here. The other residents make you feel at home. I am happy with meals and the variety. I would recommend other familes to this community and forb the care and the value. This is a great home for me.
This is a nice community, but my mother wasn't very pleased, so she has decided she wants to move. She is pleased with the food. They take a while to fix things. Other then those issues I think it is a nice place. Everybody is friendly and kind. They do offer activities for the residents. It is a nice safe community, my mother just wasn't very happy.
We toured 6 facilities in our hunt for a place for my 95 year old Mother. For our needs the Lodge stood out above all others. The staff is friendly and respond quickly to your needs. Mom is not in need of assisted living yet, however, when she is there is staff to respond. She has just been there three weeks, so far we are happy.
Very helpful and friendly. The property was clean and the staff was friendly
This was a nice place, and was our second choice. They only offered two meals a day though. There was another community that we were considering that offered three meals a day. Had the other place not negotiated their price with us, we would have come here.
The maintenance is pretty bad. It is an older building and the room I had was not nice. There have been some plumbing issues where some of the pipes are showing rust. They have a washing machine and dryer on each floor, but the one on the second floor has not worked for a couple of years. In my place I had a little refrigerator and microwave that's supposed to be plugged in, but one of the circuit breakers went out and it was a big headache getting that addressed, and it has still not been fixed. The people that are working there are pleasant, but the people that are running the place have some work to do.
My loved one lived here for 4 years before we needed to move him due to increased care needs. The Lodge at Eagle Ridge is a wonderful place, and we'd still have him here if we could! It is a beautiful property, and the staff is very friendly, it was like living in a nice hotel. I highly recommend this place!
They are very good at proactively communicating with us, keeping us informed of what is going on. They are always very accommodating and willing to facilitate any requests. Overall everything is going very well with The Lodge at Eagle Ridge and we would highly recommend them.
The common area into which you first enter is very welcoming. Nallely and Danielle are both knowledgeable and able to answer all of our questions. We were encouraged to call with any that we might have. The cafeteria is open all day with salad bar and sandwiches made to order. There is the option of enjoying the grill special of the day between specific hours. The facility has a license that allows them to house couples together when one of them requires assisted living but the other is independent. The apartment we were shown is very small. It would not easily accommodate a wheelchair, but it did have a door to the outside. It is a larger living community. They will make sure that residents have transportation to their home church and Bible studies if they are able to do so. There were some very strong unpleasant odors associated with the area of the building at which we were looking. The hallway was also very long and dark. A large apartment complex is being built right next door to the west of the housing area. What we did really like was the focus of the facility that everyone needs a purpose to enjoy life, and they actively pursue residents to stay involved in activities and healthy nutrition. It is also a gluten-free facility!
Everything has been great here! My loved one is very pleased with how helpful they are! I knew it would be good, but I didn't know it would be this good! She's extremely plased with the staff! The activities are good - they do church outings and sewing activities. For the most part, I haven't heard anything negetive about the food. We really liked this location because it's near my work and home, but we also really liked how comfortable she felt there. The environment is comfortable and the director was exceptional!
mom loves this place but has been asked to leave
I am from out of town but looking for a place for my father. I really liked this place. The staff was friendly. They had cookies at the front desk just like at some hotels. The rooms were large.
Positives - time spent with us and knowledge/friendliness of staff. Jason the Concierge did tour - great job. Distance to NW kidney ctr and VMC good. Costs more in-line w/budget and willing to negotiate. Neg's - phase 2 apts not accredited for AL for 2 more years. Phase 1 general public spaces in need of a decorative lift w/ better lighting. Very dark. No memory care unit. Distance from apts to dining room quite a walk.
Staff member gave me an excellent tour, the apartment was the most spacious that I've seen so far, and they know people currently living there.
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