CHAPEL HILL, NC – Carolina Meadows, an active, wellness-focused continuing care retirement community (CCRC), has served as an integral part of the Chapel Hill community since 1983. Unique in its approach, Carolina Meadows provides an environment in which senior adults can pursue and enjoy a vibrant, health-focused lifestyle.
Carolina Meadows residents enjoy an experience that is multifaceted, enriching and offers unparalleled access to world-class resources. Residents take their retirement to a new level through dozens of activities offered each day and every month, including inspiring lectures, dancing, fitness, dining, on-site musical performances, games and more. In addition – thanks to the community’s proximity to the Triangle area’s countless cultural, educational and arts institutions – residents take advantage of the many active adventures that occur just minutes away from the Carolina Meadows campus.
While Carolina Meadows has been around for more than 30 years, it continues to improve upon its facilities, services and the value it offers its residents, implementing new programs and amenities upgrades every year.
Recently completed and upcoming projects include:
- Medical Center Renovation (coming soon)
- Dining Area Renovations (2015)
- East Campus Villa Expansion (2013)
- New Operations/Maintenance Building (2012)
- Club Center Activities Building (2006)
Most recently, Carolina Meadows launched a fully redesigned website – CarolinaMeadows.org – featuring unprecedented functionality and cutting-edge design in the CCRC sector. The new website celebrates the flourishing community, serves as a resource for current residents and provides prospective residents an immersive view of Carolina Meadows.
“We’ve found that the most effective websites are ones that provide timely information, frequent updates and an efficient user experience,” said Melissa Kass, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Carolina Meadows. “This website will help us to connect with our audiences on a more regular basis and in a much more effective way.”