The Walnut floor plan is one of Fountaingate Gardens’ most sought-after apartment homes. With only seven of these floor plans available, they are bound to be claimed quickly! Two spacious bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a den make The Walnut an excellent choice for someone who likes room for themselves, plus plenty of room for visitors or family guests. Continue reading “The Walnut Residence- A Spacious Haven for Retirement Living in Commack”
Choosing to move to a Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community, or CCRC) like Fountaingate Gardens is an important life decision. By now, you most likely know why you should move to a Life Plan Community, including the many benefits that accompany life at one. So, the most important question then becomes when you should take the next step.
If you’re considering Fountaingate Gardens in your future, the time to consider making your reservation deposit is now. Making a deposit now provides you plenty of choice and plenty of time to get ready. Because Fountaingate Gardens is still in the pre-construction phase, you will have plenty of time to rightsize and prepare to move on your schedule. Continue reading “Why Should I Make a Deposit?”
The Lily apartment home at Fountaingate Gardens is every bit as elegant as its namesake—and an excellent option for someone looking for the perfect place to entertain. A bonus of this particular floor plan is the addition of a half bath. It keeps your master bath private, perfect for people who love to entertain, but also value privacy.
As you enter the Lily apartment home, your guest bath and laundry area is nestled out of sight. Take a few more steps inside, and you will find yourself in the open-concept living area, with three oversized windows looking out to the spacious terrace. Inside and outside, you’ll experience the natural light, cool breezes and quiet ambiance of the pond and gardens below. Continue reading “The Lily Apartment Home – Perfect for Entertaining!”
You may have seen that The New York State Department of Health approved Fountaingate Gardens to begin accepting reservations.But, what does that mean for you and other Long Island seniors?
The approval means a few things. It means that the state of New York has thoroughly reviewed the contracts and plans for Fountaingate Gardens, and has confidence in the proposed senior living community. Their approval brings the vision for Fountaingate Gardens another step closer to creating an extraordinary Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community or CCRC) in the heart of Long Island. For you, it means that you can now make your reservation for your future residence and exciting lifestyle in the location YOU want! Continue reading “Fountaingate Gardens’ Residency Agreement Approval: What Does It Mean for Me?”
Choosing to make Fountaingate Gardens, a proposed Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community, or CCRC) your home is a great decision. From the impressive services and amenities, to the beautiful campus, to local attractions, to sponsorship by Gurwin, to the focus on successful aging, there is no shortage of reasons to choose Fountaingate Gardens for your active retirement lifestyle.
Imagine spending your day out and about on the Fountaingate Gardens campus, meeting up with friends, grabbing a cup of coffee at the Bistro, attending a lecture or doing a little shopping. When you’ve done all there is to do at this proposed community, a relaxing evening may be the next item on your to-do list. That’s where The Maple, just one of Fountaingate Gardens’ numerous apartment home floor plans, comes into play. This one bedroom, one bath apartment home will have just the right amount of space for you to live comfortably in your new community. Continue reading “The Maple Floor Plan – A Sweet Space to Make Your Home”
Gurwin’s Independent Living community approved by the State of New York, taking next step toward construction
Commack, NY – Fountaingate Gardens, the proposed Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community or CCRC) in Commack, moved closer to bringing a much-needed community to Long Island seniors when it received approvals from the New York State Department of Health on June 22, 2017 to begin accepting reservations.
This approval comes after a string of successes for Fountaingate Gardens, including unanimous zoning approvals from the Huntington Town Board and the Suffolk County Planning Commission as well as approvals for the height variance needed to construct the residential buildings as planned. This latest approval for residency will allow the project to begin taking 10 percent deposits from future residents to reserve a specific residence and lock-in the entrance fee.
You can now reserve your new apartment home at Long Island’s newest senior living community– Fountaingate Gardens! The team at Fountaingate Gardens, the proposed Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community, or CCRC), is currently helping early depositor members of the Charter Club to choose their new apartment homes. And there is still time for you to enjoy the same benefits these members enjoy.
Depositors are now able to select their ideal floor plan – from options like the two bedroom with den Tulip, to the spacious one bedroom with den options like the Holly, or any of the 12 other options like the Birch, Willow, Lilac, and more!
In the ever-changing digital world, there is always something new to learn, and new to experience.
At Fountaingate Gardens, we believe that continuing one’s education throughout life is an important and energizing journey, which is why we’ve partnered with SeniorNet-an international, non-profit organization that offers older adults computer education and access to technology-to host a class for our Charter Club members. The Charter Club is an exclusive group of Fountaingate Garden depositors with priority access to events, programs and news who are first in line for selecting their new apartment home.
SeniorNet, founded in 1986, is known for their quality curriculum and innovative teaching methods. The classes are for those 50 years of age and older, and are mostly taught by seniors, although sometimes, high school and college-aged students teach classes as well. There are SeniorNet learning centers all over the country, but Fountaingate Gardens teamed up with the local Huntington Learning Center in Long Island to organize this special 8-week course for early depositors at the Fountaingate Gardens Information Center.
Rosemary Oetiker, a Fountaingate Gardens Charter Club member and volunteer with the SeniorNet , helped facilitate the event, while also serving in her volunteer role as a coach in the classroom. As a coach, Rosemary assists the teacher and the participants in the class.
“If someone is behind or needs help, I am there to walk them through it at their pace, so everyone gets the same experience and learns the same skills,” explains Rosemary.
Courses at SeniorNet range from introductory classes for beginners to more advanced classes for experienced computer users. The atmosphere is stress-free with the opportunity for each person to learn at their own pace with the help of knowledgeable teachers and coaches. At the Fountaingate Gardens event, the class topics ranged from how to access and surf the internet, how to create documents and send email, and how to navigate websites to buy, bank or research, to name a few. These topics were a great range for the class, whose members had different levels of prior experience.
Rosemary is glad that she has been able to share her experience volunteering at SeniorNet with her future home, Fountaingate Gardens.
“SeniorNet is an important program,” Rosemary says. “If someone were on the fence about attending one of our classes, I would tell them not to worry because it is a friendly, relaxed environment where they will make new friends and quickly gain confidence in their abilities.”
Not only was SeniorNet a wonderful learning opportunity and social event for the Fountaingate Gardens depositors who attended, but it also provided an opportunity to meet their future neighbors. SeniorNet and Fountaingate Gardens are working on ongoing programs right now; call today for more information or to sign up!
To learn more about the Charter Club and associated events, call the Fountaingate Gardens team today at 631-715-2693.
When you decide that Fountaingate Gardens will be your new home, you will have the choice of many different floor plans that will enable you to create a unique living space.
The Rose, a one bedroom with den apartment home is perhaps our most versatile floor plan. With ample space and all the desired features of a modern, comfortable residence, the Rose will blossom into a home that is just right for you.
“I think the Rose floor plan is one of the best one-and-a-half bath floor plans we offer,” said Erica Grant, marketing coordinator at Fountaingate Gardens. “It has a bright, airy and spacious feel, and is ideally located in the Terrace Home building.” Continue reading “Let Your Life Blossom in the Rose Apartment Home”
For many people, a house just isn’t a home without a pet. Pets are a wonderful addition to any home, and can bring many benefits to the lives of those who share their space. Because we know many people just can’t live without their furry friends, we are pleased to announce that Fountaingate Gardens will be a pet-friendly community.
Pets fill our lives with companionship, affection, entertainment and purpose. That special bond we cultivate with our pets is more than simply emotional; a pet can be helpful at any point in our lives, because they can help us to structure our lives in a healthy way. They need to be fed, walked and played with, which can encourage us take the time to exercise, eat healthy meals and relax alongside our pets. Continue reading “FAQ: Will My Pets be Welcome at Fountaingate Gardens?”