2400 Buford Drive NE, Lawrenceville, GA 30043
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This is Independent living so in our building there are no care services provided. They do have an assisted living building that provides those services if needed. There are also separate condos for residents to live in. Some activities they have are bingo, an arts and crafts room. They bring in entertainers once a week. We have trivia every other week. Sometimes they even bring in a trivia specialist to do trivia with us. We have poker night. They even have jewelry sales where we can buy/make our own jewelry. There is also a club house with a pool. Before COVID we used to have happy hour where all the residents could socialize. Now they are doing traveling happy hour where the staff comes around with a cart that you could get a drink from. The food is not great, it started out being really good but then the chef got fired and it went down hill. We just got a new chef to help make improvements. Other than the closet space, the rooms are great. My first bedroom had a Juliet balcony, where you could open up the balcony doors and look out, but were not able to step out. Other apartments have a full walk out balcony. They do have full kitchens in side that include a stove/oven, microwave, sink and refrigerator.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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