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What inspires you? At our playful and pet-friendly senior living community in Columbia, MO, our amazing residents direct the show. So whether you feel like a splash in the swimming pool, an energizing workout in the fitness center, or a classic film in the movie theater, make this community yours. The best part? You’ll have a captive audience for your Broadway rehearsal or your new stand-up routine. We’ll take our cues from you.
“The Westbury is such a gorgeous community. The staff were welcoming and the residents were amazingly friendly!”
“he experience was excellent. They are nice people over there. They’ve been very caring and attentive. It has a lovely dining area and a little snack shop. They have a pool, a library, and an exercise room, too. The apartment itself is nice and roomy; it’s absolutely beautiful. I have a balcony. There is covered parking, but you have to pay an extra fee for it. Sometimes they have events where you go on little trips probably in the states something like that. I just think that it’s a kind and warm place to be. It’s a place that I think I’m going to enjoy. All meals are provided, and you get a cleaning service once a week. The linens are also washed once a week. I had one meal there and it was excellent. I also really like that your washer and dryer are in the apartment.”
“I chose The Westbury because it was brand new in November when I moved in, I have a one bedroom apartment that was bigger than other facilities I checked into, and I just really liked the staff members. The staff is really excellent, I lived in a different facility before so I have something to compare them to, they are just super. I would definitely recommend to others.”
-via A Place for Mom